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THE SUNDAY. OEEGONIAN, POETLAND. 'APRIL' 23, 1905.
Easter Sunday in the City Churches
Special Music, Devotionals, Communions and Exercisesby Children.
"Shall Vi'e Know Each Other at the
Rcsnrrection"? Rev. J. Whltcomb
Brougfcer, "White Temple.
"The Power of ChrlsVs Resurrection."
Rev. P. B. Meyer, oi loadoa, at Plrst
"Modern Knowledge airi Belief in Im
mortality," Rev. George Croswell Cres
sey, 3. D., at First Unitarian.--
"The Present Tense of the Resurrec
tion," Rev. TV'. E. Randall, Central
Baptist (East Side).
"The Historic Christ," Rev. J. T.
Ghormley, Central Christian (East Side).
White Temple, corner Twelfthand Tay
lor streets. Her. J. Whitcomb Brougher,
30. D., pastor "One Accord" prayer meeting-,
10:15 A. M.; morning service -with
sermon on "Shall "We Know Each Other at
the Resurrection?" 10:30 o'clock; baptism,
at opening'; Bible school, 12:10 P. M.; serv
ices at 7:30, -with sermon on "If I "Were
Elected Mayor"; Gospel service for -women,
S:30 P. M.
Iinmanuel Baptist Church, Second and
Meade streets. Mead M. Bledsoe, pastor
Preaching, 10:30 A. M.; Bible school, 12 3L;
B. T. P. TJ. meeting, 6:30 P. M.
Bible Spiritual Society.
Setling-Hirscb building 11 A. M. and at
7:45 P. M., lecture by Abigail Scott Dunl
First, corner Park and Columbia streets.
Rev. E. S. Muckley, -pastor 10:30 A. M.,
Easter sermon on "The Place of Suffering
in the Doctrine of. the Resurection'.,; En
deavor, :30 P. M.; services at 7:30 P. M,
subject, "What All the World's a-Seek-.
Advent Christian Church, 230 Harrison
street. Rev. Charles Heffendon, pastor
Sunday school, 10 A. M.; preaching, 11 A.
M.; service, 7:30 P. M., -with sermon.
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Scot
tish Rite Cathedral, Morrison and Lowns
dale streets Services, 11 A. M. and 8 P.
subject, "'Everlasting Punishment"; Sun
day, school at close of morning service;
Wednesday evening meeting, S o'clock.
Second Church of Christ, Scientist, Au
ditorium building. Third, between Taylor
and Salmon streets Sunday services, 11
A. M. and S P. M., subject, "Everlasting
Punishment"; Sunday school, 11 A. M., in
the reading rooms; Wednesday meeting at
S P. M.
First. Park and Madison streets, Rev.
E. L. House, D. D., pastor Sermon at 10:30
A. M. by Rev. F. B. Meyer, of London;
service in the evening, with sermon on
"The Power of Christ's Resurrection," at
7:30; Y. P. S. C. E., 6:30 P. M.; Sunday
school, 12:15 P. M Special music
Pilgrim Chapel, Second street, near Lin
coln, William H. Bronson, superintendent
Sunday school, 9:30 A. M.
Divine Truth Center.
Divine Truth Chapel, corner Eleventh
and Montgomery streets, Tbaddeus M.
Mlnard, pastor Services at 11 A. M.
S. Mark's Church, Nineteenth and Qulm
by streets, Rev. J. E. H. Simpson, rector
Holy communion, 8 A. M; holy communion
and sermon at 11 o'clock; Sunday school
at 10 A. M.; evening prayer at 7:30.
St. Stephen's, Tliirteenth and Clay
streets. Rev. H. M. Ramsey, priest in
charge Holy communion, 7:30 A. M-;
morning service and holy communion, 11
o'clock, with ordination of Rev. H. M.
Ramsey by Bishop of Oregon; Sunday
school, 9:45 A. M.
Chapel of the Transfiguration. Sixth
street, near Oak, Rev. W. R. Powell, chap
lainService, sermon and holy communion,
11 A. M.: Sunday school, 9:45 A. M.
Trinity Chapel, Nineteenth street, near
Washington, Dr. A. A. Morrison, rector
Holy communion, 8 A. M.; morning serv
ice, 10:30; evening service, 7:30 o'clock; Sun
day school, 12 M.
St. Matthew's, corner First and Caruth
ers streets, Rev. W. A. M. Breck, in
charge Easter services and sermon, 11 A.
M.; Sunday school, 9:45 P. M-; services and
sermon, 7:45 P. M.
Ascension Chapel, Portland Heights,
Rev. H. M. Ramsey, in charge Evening
prayer. 4 P. M.; Sunday school, 3 P. M.
All Saints', Twenty-second and Reed
Easter services at 10:30 and 7:30. Dr. Hope
will preach at both services.
. Evangelical Association.
First German Church, corner Tenth and
Clay streets, Theo. Schauer, pastor Wor
ship and sermon, 10:45 A. M.; service at
7:30 P. M.: Sunday school, 3:30 A. M.; serv
ices held in Calvary Presbyterian Church.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day
6aints, Allsky building, hall 400, corner
Third and Morrison streets Services -at
11:30 A M. and 8P.1I.
St. James English Lutheran . Church,
corner West Park and Jeff erson streets,
J. A Leas, pastor Easter service " and
communion, conducted by the pastor, at 11
A. M.; Sunday school. 10 A-'.M.; Easter
talk to children, 7P.M.
Norwegian Lutheran Church, 45 Four
teenth street North, Rev. J. M. Nervig,
pastor Services, U A. M. and 8 P. M.;
Sunday school, 9:45 A M.
Grace Metho'dist Episcopal Ghurch,
corner Twelfth and Taylor streets,
Rev. Clarence True Wilson, D. D., pas
tor 9:30 A. M, class meeting; 10:30 A.
.M., special Easter sermon. 6:30 P. M,
Epworth League. 12:15jP. M., Sunday
jSchool. 7:30 P. M, sermon on "Why I
Am a Methodist.'
Epworth Church, Twenty-third and
Irving street, Rev. Henry T. Atkinson,
pastor Sunday School, 10 A. M.; ser
mon on "Easter Thoughts" at 11 A. M.;
Epworth League at 6:80 P. M.; sermon,
7;4G P. M.
Taylor-Street Methodist Church, Dr.
Francis Burgette Short, pastor 9:30 A.
M.; classes, 10:30, Easter service and
sermon on "With What Bodies"; 12:15
P. M Sunday School; 7:30, evening ser
vice, with sermon by Marion Law
rence. Methodist South.
First Methodist Episcopal Church,
South. 1736 Second street, Rev E. H.
Mowre, pastor services at 11 A. ML,
Easter sermon, "Immortality"; Sunday
School at 10 A. M.; Epworth League at
7 P. M; services, SP.M.
" Millennial Dawn.
Millenial Dawn G, A. R. Hall,' north
east corner Second and Morrison streets
Services at 2:30 P. M.
Church of Christ Mission, corner Fre
mont anil Union avenues Sunday ser
vices a-t 2:30 and 7:30 P. M.
-United Evangelical Mission, Ruth's
Hall, Savier street, between Twenty
lirst and Twenty-second streets, H. J.
HolzapfeL pastor Sunday School. 9:30
A. M.; preaching service, 3.0:30 A. M;
preaching, .7:30 P. M.
People's Christian. XJunion.
P. C. U. Hall, 234 Morrison street
11 A M-, address on "How to Know
How"; 12:15 P. M., study class In Xife
Problems; 7:45 P. M., concert by Union
orchestra; 8:15 P. M., science lecture by
LMr. Coulter on "Dreams and Visions."
Eleventh and Clay streets, Rev. W.
S. Gilbert, pastor Easter services,
10:30 A. M.; preaching at 7:30 P. MJ
First United Presbyterian, Sixth and
Montgomery streets. Rev. A. W. "Wil
son, pastor Communion, 11 A. M;
Sunday School, 12:20 P. M.; - evening
sermon by pastor at 7:30 o'clock.
First Cumberland," corner Twelfth
and East Taylor streets, Rev. E. Nel
son Allen 10:30 A. M, sermon; 12 M-,
Sunday School; 3:30 P. M, Junior En
deavor; 6 P. M., Senior Endeavor.
2few Thought Society.
New Thought' Society, Hall No. 300,
Allsky building Lecture at 8 P.M.
First Spiritual Society, Artisans'
Hall, Ablngton building Children's
progressive lyceum, 12:30"P. M; confer
ence at 11 A. M.; lectures at 2:20 P. M.
and 7:45 P. M. by Colonel C A. Reed.
Bible Spiritual Society, A. O. TJ.'W.
Hall, SolJlng-Hlrsch building Morning
services at 11 A. M.; evening services
at 7:45; lecture by G. C. Love
Ministers and Mediums' Spiritualistic
Association, Willamette Hall, .170
Second .street C. H. Piggottv president;
services at 8 P. M.
Portland. New Church Society, Swe
ttenborgian. chapel 328 Sixth street
Sunday School, 10:30 A. M.; lay-service,
Army barracks, 128 First street
Holiness meeting, 11 A. M.; Junior meet
ing, 1:30 P. M.; free and easy hours, S
P. M,; young people's special entertain
ment end social in evening.
First Unitarian, Tamhlll and Seventh
streets. Rev. George Croswell Cressey, D.
D., pastor Easter services, with discourse
on "Modem Knowledge and Belief In Im
mortality," 11 A. M.; Sunday school, 12:30
P. M; William G. Eliot Fraternity at 7
First, East Tenth and Sherman, Rev.
A. A. Winter, pastor Services by pastor.
11 A. M.; Young People's meeting, 7 P.M.;
evening, 8 P. M.; Bishop Hell will preach.
A, M. E. Zlon Church, Thirteenth and
Main streets, Rev. G. E. Jackson, pastor
Volunteers of America.
Barracks, 287 Ankeny street Sunday
school, 1:30 P. M.; afternoon service at 3
P. M; preaching at 8 P. M.
Y. M. O. A.
Marquaxn Theater Rev. F. B. Meyer, of
London, speaks to men only, 3 P. M.;
doors open 2:30;' boys meeting, audito
rium, 3:30 P. M.
Christian Catholic Apostolic Church in
Zlon, Rev. John Alexander Dowle, gen
eral overseer; Rev. Charles A. Hoy, elder
In charge, Allsky Hall. No. 201 second
floor, corner Third and Morrison streets
Services, 3 P. M.; subject, "Reasons for
Rejoicing Over the Resurrection of
Christ"; sermon at 7:30 P. M.; Gospel
Xew Thought Society.
New Thought Society, Hall No. 300,
Allsky building Lecture at 7:30 P. M. by
Dr. T. W. Butler, on "The Easter Idea,
Central Church, Woodmen-of the World
building, East Sixth and East Alder
streets, William E. Randall, minister
Service, with sermon on "The Present
Tense of the Resurrection," 10:45 A. M.;
Bible school, 12 M.; services, 7:45 P. M.;
subject, "The Good of the Bad"; Profes
sor W. F. Werschkul, musical director;
Miss Ruth Shogren, organist.
Second Baptist Church, Seventh and
East Ankeny, Rev. S. C Lapham. pastor
Easter service, 10:30 A. M-, with sermon
on "The Ethics of the Resurrection";
Bible school, 12 M; Young People's Union,
6:30 P. M.; sermon at 7:30 P. M. on "The
Resurrection That Is in Christ."
Bethany Baptist, Sellwood Sunday
school at 11 A. M. ; preaching by Mr. A. L.
Johnston at noon and Mrs. P. G. Adams at
7:30 P. M.; B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 P. M.
Calvary Baptist Church, East Eighth
and Grant streets, A. Lawrence Black,
pastor Bible school, 10 A M.; preaching,
"How to Read the Bible." 11 A. M.;
German preaching service, 2 to 4 P. M.;
Young People's meeting, 6:30 P. M.; even
ing service, 7:30f
University Park Sunday school, 10 A.
M.; Easter services at 11 A. M.; at 7:30
P. M. Rev. John Bentzlen will preach.
Church of God. -
First Church of God chapel, 430 Haw
thorne avenue, G. T. Neal, pastor Sun
day school at 1 P. M.; services at 2:30
P. M. and 7:30 P. M.
Highland Congregational Church,
corner Prescott and East Sixth streets
North, Rev. A. M Rockwood, pastor
Easter exercises by Sunday school. 11
A. M.; Junior Endeavor, 3 P. M;
preaching, 7:30 P. M., on "The Founda
tion of an Immortal Hope."
corner Mississippi avenue and Fre
mont, Rev. C M. Smythe, pastor Sun
day school, 10 A. M.; morning service,
12 o'clock, -with sermon by Rev. Mr.
Upshaw; Young People's meeting, 6:30
P. M.; preaching, 7:30 P. M.
Hassalo-Street Congregational, East
Seventh street North and Hassalo
street. Rev. Charles E. Chase, pastor
Easter services, with sermon, at 10:30;
Sunday school. 12 M.; Christian En
deavor, 6:30 P. M.; no evening service.
Surmystd Congregational, corner
East Taylor and East Thirty-fourth
streets. Rev. J. J. Staub, pastor Morn
ing service, 11 o'clock, with sermon
and children's sermon; Sunday school,
10 A. Ml; evening service, 7:30 o'clock,
University Park Congregational
Churcli 3:30 jP. M., Easter sermon by
Rev. D. B. Gray, in Artisan's Temple.
Laurelwood Congregational Church,
Rev. C MacPherson, pastor Preach
ing at 7:S0 P. M.; Sunday school at Z
P. M.; Y. P. S. a E., 6:30 P. M.
St. Johns Congregational Church, in
Bickner Hall 3:30 P. M. preaching;
Sunday schoo at 2:30 P. M.
First English Church, corner East Sixth
and Market streets. Rev. G. W. Plumer,
pastor Worship and sermon, 11 A. M.
"The Walk to Emmaus." and 8 P. M.;
Sunday school. 10 A. M.; Allalnce. 3 P.
M.; Young People's Alliance, 7 P. M.
Rodney-Avenue, corner of Rodney
avenue and Knott street, Albyn Es-son,-
minister Sermon on "Resurrec
tion, 11 A. M; Sunday school, 9:45' A
M.; Young People's Society of Chris
tian Endeavor, 6:30 P. M.; Illustrated
sermon, 7:30 P. M.
Central, East Twentieth and Salmon
streets. Rev. J. F. Ghonnley, D. D',
pastor Preaching, 10:45 A. M.; sub
ject, "The Historic Christ"; Sunday
school. 12 M.; Junior Endeavor, 3:20 P.
M; Senior Endeavor. 6:30 P. M;
Easter sermon, "The Resurrection of
Christ; A Fact or Fable," 7:30 P. M.
Woodlawn Christian Church Serv
ice, with sermon. 11 A. M; Sunday
school, 10 A M.; Y. P. S. O. E., at 6:30
P. Mi; preaching at 7:30 P. M.
St. David's Episcopal, -East Twelfth
and Belmont, Rev. George B. Van
Waters, D. D., rector Holy commun
ion, 7 A. M.; matins, 11 A M.; special
service for Knights Templar, 7:30
Good Shepherd, Sellwood and Van
couver avenue. Rev. John Dawson,
rector Holy communion, 8 A. M;
morning prayer, 11; evening prayer
and sermon, 7:30; Sunday school, 10
St, John's Memorial, Sellwood. Rev.
W. R. Powell in charge Holy com
munion, 9:S0 A. M.; Sunday school, 11
A M; evening service and sermon,
St. Paul's Church, Woodmerei Rev.
W. R- Powell in charge Sermon at 4
St, Andrewfef, Peninsular, Rev. John
Dawson, rector Afternoon service, at
Church of our Savior, Woodstock
Sunday school. 2:30 P. M.; prayer and
sermon, 3:30 P. M.
Friends Church, corner East Thirty
fifth and Bast Main streets. Edward D.
Smith, pastor Preaching at 11 A. M.;
Sunday school at 10 A. M.; Christian En
deaver at 6:S0 P. M.; evangelistic service,
7:30 P. M.
Beth an ia Danish Lutheran Church, cor
ner Union avenue and Morris streets,
Gudmund Grill, pastor Sunday service, 11
A. M. and 8 P. M.; Sunday school, 12:15.
Our Savior's Norwegian Synod Church,
corner East Tenth and Grant streets, O.
Hagoes, pastor High mass, 11 A. M. and
2 P. M.; Sunday school, 9:30 A. M.; com
munion, 7:S0 P. M.
St. Paul's German Lutheran, East
Twelfth and Clinton streets. Rev. A.
Krause, pastor Easter service and holy
communion, 10:30 A M.; confession, 10 A.
M.; evening service, 7:30 o'clock; Sunday
school, 9:30 A. M. x 1
Central Methodist Church, corner Rus
sell and Kerby streets, Alblna, Rev. F. L.
Young, pastor Easter services, 10:30;
Sunday school. 12 if. ; evening services,
7:30: Epworth League service, 6:30 P. M.
Trinity, corner East Tenth and Grant
streets. Rev. Harold Obergv pastor
Easter services at 11 A with sermon
by Rev. James L. McComb; Sunday
Tales of the Street and Town
TOM WILLIAMS, once a kingpin
"gam" of Portland, knows "what's
the matter with gambling In this
town." Williams, who made his first
stake as a Columbia River fisherman, and
later Joined Fortune's sordid priesthood
as a "dealer," to encounter the ups and
downs of the game in Portland, and at
last to be Tom-Worded out for the count
In this county, departed for Olympla some
months ago and opened a little game over
there during the late session.
A well-known Portlander tells of having
encountered him at the Washington capi
tal, and relates the interview as follows;
" "What the matter with gambling in
Portland? I asked Tom.
"He squinted from under his hat brim
for a moment and replied:
" You.know and I know that a gambler
Is an outlaw. He's engaged in an un
lawful business, and he Is In d n big
luck if he's allowed to sneak off on some
side- street and open up a quiet game
and keep it quiet. But when he gets to
struttin out on the street corners in
fancy togs, throwln' out his chest and
tryin' to run politics, why people ain't
a-golng to stand for It. And that's what's
the matter with jramblliur in Portland.' "
CHARLIE TERRY, well known along
Railroad Row a few years ago, and
who is now traveling out of Spokane for
a wholesale house there, tells the follow
ing on E. L. Rayburn, city ticket agent of
the Northern Pacific:
"One time Rayburn got a number of
cards with the words:
" 'One hundred, questions courteously
answered,' printed to Insert In vacant
places on his ticket case, to make it look
symmetrical, or neat and complete, you
know. The cards also bore his name and
office address. Somehow a few must
have got scattered around, for one day a
middle-aged woman came in and laid one
down on the counter.
" I picked this up on the street,' said
she. Is this the place where you answer
" 'Sure,' says Rayburn, smiling politely.
What can I do for you, Madame?'
" 'Well,' says she, 'I've got a list here
which I've made out.'
"And she banded over several sheets
of paper. The first question was:
" 'Shall we go back on the farm?
"This was followed with: 'Is Henry
coming home Christmas?'
" 'Will Jim do well In his new busi
ness?' " 'What is the best thing to do with my
" 'Will Mary ever be happy with Jim?
"And a lot more like that.
"Rayburn was somewhat nonplussed,
but finally got out of It by clipping the
string of fortune-teller ads. from a paper
and handing It to the woman. She took
It with a disgusted look and went out.
muttering that she knew 'It was a fake
before she came in.' "
V& you will go over to the hotel," be
1 gan Dr. Macrum, "and ask Allan
Wright If the Examiner continues to
publish a daily list of people who will not
stop at the Portland during the Fair, ho
"You know George Francis Train, Jr.?
He travels for a Coast house, and he's
something of a "block off the old chip.'
Well, the other day he came up to the
desk where Wright was standing, and
holding out a newspaper, said quite ex
citedly; " 'Deuce of a note! That's a deuce of
a note! Blamed outrage.. I say!'
" 'What Is?' Inquired Wright.
" 'Why, the San Francisco Examiner's
publishing lists of people that will not
stay at the Portland Hotel during the
Fair. You ought to sue 'em It's an out
" 'I should say so. Let's see it.
"Train handed over the paper, pointing
to the 'list' at the same time. It was
the usual daily announcement of deaths
In San Francisco!"
PEAKING of Rayburn and his hun
k3 dred questions reminds me of a
funny happening years ago when ticket
agents did lots of shanghaiing," said an
other ex-railroad man. "In those days,
If you wanted to go East over the North
ern Pacific, you'd be liable to find your
self going by way of Texas and New
Orleans. Agents had to get the-business.
"One day Rayburn got a green-looking
chap who wanted to go to some point in
Kansas. After purchasing a ticket over
the N. P;, he told Rayburn he wanted
cheI, 10 A. M.; Epworth League, 6:30
P. M.; Easter programme at 7:30 P. M.
Ctenary M. E. Church, "Tfinth and
East Pine, William H. Heppe, D. D., pas
torEaster sermon at 10:30 A. M.; 7:20
P. M. Easter-' services by Sunday school;
Epworth League devotional, 6:15 P. M.;
Sunday school, 12:15 P. M.; Junior League,
4 P. M
Patton M. E. Church, Michigan avenue
and Alberta street, Asa Sleeth. pastor
Preaching, 11 A. M; Sunday school at
12:15 P. M.; services at 7:30 P. M. j
Sunnyslde M. E. Church, East Thirty
fifth and Ankeny streets, Rev. F. B. Ford.
D. D.. pastor Sunday school, 10 A. M.;
sermon at 11 A. M.: class meeting, 12:10
P. M1.; men'B meeting, 3 P. M.; union
services, 7:30 P. M.
Mount Tabor Easter service and com
munion, H A. M.; union service at 7:20 by
Rev. J. L. McComb.
Piedmont Church, corner Cleveland ave
nue and Jarrett street. Rev. L. Myron
Boozer, pastor Preaching at 11 A. M. on
"The Message of Easter," and commun
ion; Sunday school, 10 A. M.; preaching
at 7:30 P. M.
First Cumberland Church, corner of
Twelfth and East Taylor streets, Rev. E.
Nelson Allen, pastor Preaching- service,
10:30 A. M.; Sunday school, 12 M.; Junior
Endeavor, 3:30 P. M.; Senior Endeavor,
6:30 P. M.; preaching services, 7:30 P. M.
Arbor Lodge Chapel Sermon at 4 P. M.;
Sunday school at 3 P. M.
Zlon's First German Presbyterian, East
Twenty-eighth and Gllsan streets; Rev.
A. W. Relnhart, pastor Service, 10:45 A,
M., with sermon in German language.
Second United, corner of Fargo and
'Kerby streets, Rev. J. Bowersox, pastor
Preaching, U A.-M-, by Bishop Hell, of
Chicago; Sunday school, 10 A. M.; K. C.
L. B., 6:45 P. M.; no evening service
United Evangelical Church, St, Johns,
B. EL McVlckers, pastor Preaching at 11
A. M., on "Christ's Resurrection"; Sun
day school, 10 A. M.; Junior K. L. C. B.,
2.-30 P. M.; Senior K. L. C. B., 6:45 P. M.;
no evening service.
First Unlted'Evangolical Church, corner
East Tenth and Sherman streets. Rev. T.
R Smith, pastor Sunday school, 10 A.
M.; service, 11 A. M.; Christian En
deavor, 630 P. M.; service, 7:30 P. M.
First Church, East Couch and East
Eighth streets,. Rev. W. F. Small, pastor
Sermon, 11 A. M.; subject. "Immortality."
Sunday school, 12:15 P. M.
Adventlst Church, East Eleventh and
Everett streets, Rev. Mr. Lei and, pastor
Discourse at 7:45 P. M. Sunday on "The
World's. Choice, Creed or Unlversallsm";
song service at 7:30 P. M. s-
At the United Brethren In Christ, First
Church, corner East Fifteenth, and Mor
rleon streets, Rev. H. C. Shaffer, pastor
Bible school at 10 A. M.; Easter pro
gramme by the children at 11 A. M.;
baptism and reception of members at 12
1L; Christian Endeavor at 6:30; sermon
by pastor at 250 P. M.
a stopover at Baker City. Now, as Baker
wag on a competing line and the man had
not yet handed over the money, Rayburn
was a trifle embarrassed. Finally a hap
py thought struck him and. he said:
" 'It's against the rules to issue stop
overs on that kind of ticket, but when
you get to Baker City, Just speak to the
conductor about It. and he might fix you
"The man was satisfied and went away.
Rayburn in imagination saw him some
where out on the plains of Montana, cran
ing his head out of the car window, try
ing to sight Baker City, but consoled him
self with the thought that the man was
fortunate anyhow in having a ticket over
the best road.
"Some time, later, another agent brought
a couple of men in to make some in
quiries. " 'Say,' cried one of the visitors, 'I know
that man. He sold a friend of mine a
ticket to Topeka, Kan., with a stopover
at Baker City
"Ray burn's heart sank, and he was
about to make some remark in explana
tion, when the visitor relieved him by
" 'But Joe never stopped off there at
all; he fell asleep after passing Spokane
and never woke up until he got way be
yond Baker the conductor forgot to wake
NREFUTED, unlmpeached, the testi
mony that decaying meat has been
ground Into sausage at the South Port
land "nuisance" yet rings in the ears of
the local public'
"I know what 111 say if I go on the
stand," said James M. Neal, manager of
the slaughterhouse, and the heaviest man
in Oregon, rosy-red and purple. "I know
what I'll say. I'll ask Judge Hogue If
I look sickly. Tm out at that slaughter
house all the time and eat of its products.
Say do you think I look sickly?"
"Well," replied Deputy Prosecutor Fitz
gerald, "I'm not deciding whether you
look sickly or like a walking cartoon of
the Beef Trust, but I want to say to you
that there are certain birds that thrive
Mr. Fitzgerald said yesterday that he
would like to see Councilman Zimmerman
trot his slaughterhouse ordinance Into
any court of law and see what would
happen to It LUTE PEASE.
FINE AND IMPRISONMENT
Man "Who Tried to Shoot Policeman
William Edelman was found guilty
of assault and battery on Patrolman
Carlson In the Municipal Court yester
day morning and Deputy City Attorney
Fitzgerald demanded that Judge Hogue
impose the extreme penalty under the
statute. Therefore the defendant was
fined $300 and sentenced to serve a
term of 90 days In Jail.
Edelman has five days in which to
file notice of an appeal, but If he de
cides to take advantage of this privi
lege, he will And a charge of pointing
a deadly weapon at another facing him,
and on this, If found guilty, he can be
fined $500 and sent to jail for 130 days.
It is not believed ho will appeal. He
was committed to the County Jail.
Testimony Introduced by the city
showed that Edelman was sleeping In
a drunken stupor on the grass of the
Plaza block, and that Patrolman Carl
son, In the discharge of his duty, came
along and tapped Edelman on the soles
of his shoes and told him to get up and
move on. Edelman leaped to his feet,
cursing the officer, and finally drew a
revolver from his hip-pocket, thrust Its
muzzle against Carlson's abdomen and
pulled the trigger twice. In self-defense
Carlson clubbed his assailant,
finally subduing him and placing him
under arrest. The weapon was not
On the other hand, testimony of wit
nesses for the defense went to show
that throughout the affair Patrolman
Carlson was abusive, and that he used
more than necessary force. Edelman's
friends. In testifying, said they noted
the brutality of the patrolman from
the outset, and John WIckland, recently
here from Fremont, O., was particular
ly certain Edelman was abused. He
said he called to Carlson to desist.
Several witnesses for both sides were
heard, after which Judge Hogue asked
Deputy City Attorney Fitzgerald what
he thought would.be a proper fine. The
court remarked that the defendant's
record was clear until this trouble, and
.This is Exposition year. We will all be in gala attire this Summer. Don't overlook trie little
one. GO-CART WEEK offers you the chance to get a smart turnout at a low price. The fact
that our buyer overstocked us this season and "that we don't intend to carry over anything is re
sponsible for this exceptional opportunity. Our line is a large and varied one, calculated to please
the most exacting mammas, and we are making slashing reductions in the entire line. This is a
money-saving event that should.be taken advantage of
No. 60 P. C.
Go-Cart with parasol and
cushion, adjustable and
folding, rubber tires;
$8.00 value for $5.95
No. 20 A Rubber tires; folding $ 5.50 value, $ 3.65
N0..57 Adjustable sleeper, rubber tires "... ..I. $6.25 value, $ 4.70
No. 60 G Adjustable sleeper; rubber tires ...,...) $7.00 value, $ '5.40
No. 34 Adjustable sleeper; rubber tires $ 8.00 N value, 6.20
No. 7 Adjustable sleeper; parasol and cushion .$13.50 value, JpXl.'SO
These prices speak for themselves and are more convincing than columns of talk. We shall
be prepared to show the Go-Carts Monday morning.
COME EARLY AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION
defendant's counsel asked for leniency,
saying the case was not serious.
"I do not agree with defendant's
counsel that the case Is not serious,"
said Deputy Fitzgerald. "On the other
hand. I declare It to be very serious,
and it is important at "this time that
this man shall receive the extreme pen
alty provided by law. Patrolman Carl
son was In the discharge of his duty.
Men are not allowed to He In drunken
stupors in the public parks of this city,
and the officer was doing right when
he tapped the man's shoe-soles and
asked him to move on.
"This Is a case where Patrolman
Carlson represents law and order and
Edelman a lawless element, having no
regard for authority of any kind These
men who gather and discuss, subjects
In the public parks are set against all
forms of authority, and whenever they
see a policeman, clothed with authority,
they stand ready to resist him. If this
defendant Is given the extreme penalty
he will have respect for law, and his
friends will In future."
Before Judge Hogue passed sentence
Edelman arose and confessed to the
court that he did wrong In attacking
"I was drunk." said Edelman. "I did
not know I had a revolver with me. I
recall nothing of the affair. I do not
blame the policeman, except he should
not have kicked me."
File Incorporation Papers.
The Open-River Transportation Com
pany, the objects of which are to operate
steamboats, scows, lighters and barges be
tween the City of Portland and all points
Formerly New York Furniture Co.
Folding Go-Cart, perfor
ated seat and back; Teg
ular price $3.50, special
on the Columbia. Snake and Willamette
Rivers and tributaries, filed articles of in
corporation in the County Clerk's office
yesterday. The Incorporators are Henry
Hahn, J. A. Smith and A. H. Devers. Cap
ital stock, $100,000.
Articles of incorporation of the Oregon
Amusement Company were filed yesterday
in the office of the County Clerk by A. F.
Lemcke, R. J. Owens and H. M. Fancher.
Capital stock, $10,000. The objects are to
operate a toboggan slide, etc.
Two Wives Granted Divorces.
Judge Frazer yesterday granted a di
vorce to Kate Flouton from Edward Flou
ton, because of cruel treatment. The liti
gants 'were married In Chicago in 1SSS.
Mrs. Flouton testified that she was forced
to leave her husband for fear of her life.
He drank to excess and struck her on sev
eral occasions. He also failed to support
Mabel Davis was divorced from Barclay
Davis, a bartender, by Judge iFrazer yes
terday, and she was allowed to resume her
maiden name, Durham. Mrs. Davis testi
fied that her husband drank to excess, ren
dering him incapable of pursuing his em
ployment, and she was obliged to work for
her living. They -were married at. Van
couver, Wash., February 10, 1201.
Kansas Embezzler Captured.
C M. Paxson, a Deputy Sheriff from
Independence, Kan., arrived in Port
land yesterday to take back with him
Ralph C. Sharp, a young man who Is
wanted in Independence to answer to
a charge of embezzlement. Sharp sold
Ladies' Fancy Reedv
Rocker, Less Than '
All This Week
Can you imagine why a merchant
should offer such an article at such
a price? If you can you know why
It must be a genuine bargain why
he couldn't afford to have It other
wise. For curiosity's sake investi
gate this one.
Have a Reputation of Their Own
No. 62 P. C. -
Folding sleeper,, parasol,
cushion, rubber tires;
value $11, for $8.25
a butcher shop which was mortgaged
last December and decamped without
paying the mortgage or any other of
his debts. His mail was traced to Se
attle and afterwards to Portland.
Sheriff Word was notified and arrested
Sharp a week ago in a lodging-house
at 313 Washington street, and"Then
notified the Sheriff at Independence by
telegraph. Sharp agreed to return with
the officer without requisition papers.
Being a Lord.
"It: i' a great thing to be a Lord," said
the Earl of Durham at the annual dinner
of the Wcarside Golf Club. "It Is a
greater thing to be a Lord Lieutenant.
Once an American friend said to me, I
should like to be a Lord.' I replied. 'Good
heavens, why?' 'Oh. I should like to
know what It feels like.'
"I told my American friend he would
painfully feel what It was like when he
saw his Christmas bills. I have become
accustomed to my proud position, and
seldom feel impressed by being addressed
by my right title, although If I go to
a railway staUon where my title Is un
known and want to take a cab for the
racecourse, and one man offers to take
me for 10 shillings, and another says.
"My Lord. I'll take you for 1 shillings S
pence,' I always accept the title and the
7 shillings 6 pence."
If Baby I Cuttias Teeth.
Be aura anff use tftat old and well-tried reraedr.
Mrs. "Wlnalow'o Soothlne Syrop. for children
teething. It soothes the child, softens the suau.
allays all rain, carta wind eolte and diarrhoea.