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THE SUNDAY OREG ON JAN, PORTLAND, OCTOBER 1, 190o.
Sunday Services' in the
-Advent Christian Church. Second street,
between Hall and Lincoln. Charles Haf
fenden, pastor Sunday school, 10:30 A.
M.; preaching, 11:30 A. M-; praise meeting
at 7:80 P. M., followed by preaching.
First, the White Temple, corner Twelfth
and Taylor streets. Rev. J. Whltcomb
Brougher, pastor Morning '-WQ ship, 10:30
o'clock; sermon by the pastor oa the sub
ject, "People Upon Whom We Depend."
This day will be observed as annual
church and rally day, All members are
urged to be present and refejster. The
Lord's Supper will be observed. Bible
school rally, 12:10 P. it. Bright opening
programme, -w4th good music by orches
tra and 101118. B. T. P. TJ. rally and
service, 6:80 P. M., Mis Daisy Stltes
leaders Popular evening service, 7:30
b'.ddc'k. Dr. Brougher will, preach a spe
cial s6rmon to young men on the subject,
"What's Under Your Hat?" and will be
assisted in the service by members of the
Alert Bible Club o young men. Service
will be opened with baptism. Special mu
sic by Temple Quartet, and solo by Miss
Grace Mildred Barrows, of Seattle.
The Immanuel Baptist Church, second
and Meade streets Preaching atv10:30 by
the pastor, subject, "Battlements SAround
the Home"; Lord's Supper observed?, indi
vidual communion cups Introduced; Bible
school at 12 M.; B. Y. P. U., 6:30 P. M.;
preaching. 7:30 P. M., by the pastor;
St. Lawrence Church, Third and Sher
man streets, .Rev. J. C. Hughes, rector
Masses. 1 and 9 A. M.; high mass, 10:30
A. M.; vespers and benediction, 7:30 P. M.
First. Park and Columbia streets, E. S.
Muckley. minister Preaching at 10:30 A.
M. on "The Authority of Right Over
Wrong," and at 7:30 P. M. on "Saving the
Whole Man"; Bible school, 12:15 P. M.,
G. E. Stewart, superintendcrft; Endeavor
meeting, 6:30 P. M.
First Church of Christ. Scientist, Scot
tish Rite Cathedral, Morrison and Lowns
dale streets Service, 11 A. M.; subject of
sermon, "Are Sin, Disease and Death
Real?" Sunday school at close of morn
First, Madisort and Park streets. E. L.
House D. D., pastor Service, "The cer
tainty of Christianity." 10:30 A. M.; 7:30
P. union service at First Presbyterian
Church, Rev. W. J. Dawson, preacher.
' Divine Truth Center.
. Divine Truth Chapel, hall 201, Allsky
building. Third and Morrison streets
Service at 11 A. M.; Thaddcus M. MInard,
St. Matthew's, First and -Caruthers
streets. Rev. W. A, M. Breck. in charge
Harvest home celebration. 11 A. M.; spe
cial music has been proviaea; sunaay
school 9:45 A. M.
Trinity, Nineteenth and Everett streets,
Rev. Dr. A. A. Morrison, rector 8 A. M.,
holy communion: 9 A. M., Sunday school;
11 A. M.. morning service and sermon;
7:30 P. M.. the people's service, consisting
of organ recital, special singing, anthems,
solos and congregational. Seats free;
everybody welcome. Dr, Morrison will
St. Mark's, Nineteenth and Quimby
streets. Rev. J. E. H. Simpson, rector
E A. M., holy communion; 10 A. M.. Sun
day school; 11 A. M. morning prayer and
litany; 7:30 P. M., evening prayer.
- St. Stephen's Chapel, Thirteenth and
CJay streets. Rev. H. M. Ramsey, priest-in-rtnriTr
HoK- communion at 7:30: Sun
day school, 9:15; morning service and holy j
communlbn at II o'clock; evening sonic j
at 7:30; on Fridays, litany service at i
P. M. I
Evangelical Association. j
'First -German Church, corner Tenthand
Clay streets, Theo Schauer, pastor Wor
ship and sermon, 10:45 A. M. and 7:45 P.
M.; Sunday school, 9:30 A. M.. J. C. Luck
el, superintendent: Y. P. A., 7 P. M.
St James' English Lutheran Church,
West '.Park and Jefferson streets. J. A.
Leas,' pastor Services at 11 A. M., con
ducted by Rev. W. L Eck, of Vancouver;
Sunday school at 10 A. M.; Luther League
at 7 P. M.; no evening service.
Norwegian Lutheran Church. 45 Four
teenth street North, "Rev. J. M. Nervlg,
pastor Services at 11 A. M. and 8 P. M.;
Sunday school. 9:45 A. M.; Young People's
Society, Tuesday and Saturday evenings,
in the basement; the Ladies' Aid Society
- will meet next Wednesday afternoon with
Mrs. S. Aune, 7SS East Taylor; tako
Mount Tabor car.
' t .Methodist.
Tirst,JMi E. Church. South 171 Second
street. ' Rev Emery H. Mowre. pastor
Sunday school. 10 A. M.; preaching, 11 A.
Ley- Rev. Scarrltt, of Scarrltt Bible
' Training School: Epworth League. 7 P.
M led, by Miss Blrks; preaching, 8 o'clock
by Rev. Mr. Scarrltt.
Epworth Methodist Episcopal Church,
corner Twenty-third and Irving streets,
Henry T. Atkinson, pastor Sunday school,
10 A. M.: morning services 11 A. M.: "A
Report From Conference," Epworth
League. 6:30; rally service of Epworth
League and church, 7:30 P. M.
Graqe M. E. Church, corner of Twelfth
and Taylor streets Quarterly meeting
love feast at 9:30 A. M., led by the presid
ing elder; 10:30 public worship and com
munion service, conducted by Dr. Clarence
True Wilson; 12:15 annual Sunday school
rally day exercises; 2:30 P. M. grand praise
service led by new chorus choir and mu
sical service by the quartet and choir di
rected by Professor William M. Wilder.
A question-drawer by Dr. Wilson is al
ways a feature of the night service, and
Professor Wentz will Interpret the service
for the deaf.
Taylor - Street Methodist Episcopal
Church, corner of Third and Taylor
streets Preaching at 10:30 by Dr. D. L.
Radcffhd at 7:30 by Dr. W. K. MarshaU.
of St. Paul; Sunday school at 12:15 and
Epworth League at 6:30.
v Missionary Alliance.
Services .at the Christian and Missionary
Alliance, Sixth and Main streets Sunday
morning, October 1. at 10:30. farewell ser
mon by Rev. J. H. Allen, formerly of
Berea Mission. .
Calvary Presbyterian Church, corner
Eleventh and Clay streets. Rev. W. S.
Gilbert, pastor Services 10:30 A. M. and'
T m in the moraine the usual quar
terly communion service will be held; sub
ject of sermon,- "The Prince or feace,"
being the fourth of the series of Isalh;
evening, "Streams in the Desert"; H. V.
Meet at 1C2 Second street Sunday S P.
M., Rev. J. W. Wells in charge Subject:
"Gambling in the Necessaries of Lire.
First Bible Spiritual Society Dedication
services, morning 11 o'clock; lecture by J,
C. Ferrcl at 7:45 P. M., followed with
spirit messages by Mrs. Ladd Finnlcan.
Note new address, Rlngler's Hall, 309 At
der streeet. between Fifth and Sixth.
The First Spiritual Society mee.ts In
Artisans Hall, Third street near Wash
ington street At 11 A. M.: conference at
2 P. -ST.; Young People's Musical and
Dramatic Club free to all at 7:4o P. M.
lecture by the pastor, N. F. Ravin.
Theosophy and the new psychology will
be the subject of a lecture given at the
Theosophical rooms Sunday evening at
the Allsky building, hall 300.
.First, Yamhill and Sevonth streets. Rev.
George Croswell Cressey, D. D" pastor
Service, with discourse on "Wanted, a
Religion," 11 A. M.; Sunday school, 12:20
Volunteers of America.-
Volunteers of America, 267 Ankeny
street Holiness meeting Sunday 8P.1L,
by Captain Crawford; street demonstra
tion -1 and 7:30 P. M.; plain .talks 8 P. M.;
Y. M. C. A. v
Auditorium, 67 Fourth street Sunday
3:30 P. M., address by Dr. E. L. House,
on "The World's Masterpiece"; Associa
tion Glee Club, will furnish music for the
occasion; all men welcome; scats free.
Christian Catholic Church in Zlon, Alls
ky building, Morrison, near Third, John
Alexander Dowle, first aDostlo; Rev.
Charles A. Hoy, cider In charge 2 P. M.
Bible -study; 3 P. M., open hearted con
fession; 7 P. M. on street, foot of Hall,
chalk talk with colored crayons on 'Tow
er of Example"; 7:20 P. M., hall, "What
Is Gained by Selling One's Birthright for
a Mess of Sensual Pottage?"
G.'A. R. Hall, northeast corner Second
and Monroe streets Services at 2:30 P. M.
Second Church of Christ. Scientist, Au
ditorium building, Third, between Taylor
and Salmon streets Sunday services, ll
A. M. and 8 P. M., subject, "Are Sin,
Disease and Death Real?"; Sunday school,
11 JC M. In the reading-rooms; Wednesday
Second Baptist, East Seventh and An
keny street?, Rev. Stanton C. Lapham,
pastor The subject of tho morning ser
mon at 10:30 will be, "The Ark of the Cow
enant"; Bible school at noon Young Peo
ple's Union at 6:45; the theme of the even
ing at 7:45 will be "The Knowledgo of
Salvation"; J. F. Bamford, musical direc
tor and organist; midweek prayer-meeting
Bethany Baptist Church, Sellwood Sun
day school, 11 A. M.; preaching. at noon
by Rev. George A. Learn, at 7:45 P. M.,
by Rev. John Bentzion.
University Park Baptist Church Sun
day school at 10 A. M.; preaching at 11 A.
M. by Rev. John Bentrlen, at 7:45 P. M.
by Rev. E. A. Leonard.
Central Baptist, corner Eas Twentieth
and Ankeny Rev. W. T. Jordan, of Den
ver, will preach both morning and
' Rodney-Avenue, corner Rodney avenue
and Knott street, E. M. Patterson, min
isterTheme at 11 A. M.. "Faith That
Conquers." and at 7:30 P. M. "The Ever
lasting Gospel." Sunday school at 10 A.
M. Christian Endeavor. 6:30 P. M.
Central, East Twentieth and Salmon-
Rev. J. F. Ghormlcy. D. D., wll speak
at 11 A. M. on the theme. "The Trans
mission of Power"; special services in the
evening, at which Mrs. Anna Hale Evans
will speak; Sunday school 10 A. M.;
Junior Endeavor, 3:30 P. M.; Senior En
deavor. 6:30 P. M.; Mrs. McPherson Gale,
chorister; mjss Java ityan, organist.
Church of God.
The Church of God holds regular serv
ices at the chapel. 430 Hawthorne avenue;
Sunday services, 2:30 and 7:S0 P. M.r Sun
day school, 1 P. M.; prayer meeting,
Wedeneday, 7;30 P. M.;0 all are Invited.
CL T. Neal, pastor.
University Park Congregational Church,
Artisan Temple. Portsmputh Rev. D. B.
Gray, pastor; 11 A. M., "How Shall the
Weight of Condemnation From Which
Men Suffer la Their Sins and Failures Be
Lifted From the Human Heart?" Sun
day school at 10 A. M.
Laurel wood Congregational Church-
Preaching by Rev. C. F. Clapp at 7:30
St. Johns Congregational Preaching In
the Tabernacle this morning at 11 A. M.
and in the evening at 7:30 by Rev. E. S
McClure; Sunday school at 10 A. M.
Sunnyside Congregational Church, cor.
ner of East Taylor and East Thirty-
fourth streets. Rev. J. J. Staub, pastor
.aiorning service at 11 o ciock wiui ser
mon on "Filled With All the Fullness of
God"; communion and admission of mem
bers in connection with this service.
Evening service at 7:30, with sermon on
"When Life Is Worth Living." Sunday
school. 10 A. M.; S. C Pier, superintend
ent; Junior Christian Endeavor. S P. M.;
Miss Edith Roe, superintendent: Senior
Christian Endeavor, 6:15 P. M.; Miss Wol
Congregational, Highland, corner Pres
cott and East Sixth street North, Rev. A.
M. Rockwod, pastor Services Sunday.
October 1S05, 10 A. L; tho Sunday
school observes Rally day with class re
unions, presentation of banners and roll
call of classes: 11:15, preaching service,
with sermon for boys and girls; subject,
"The Shout That Breaks Down the
Walls"; 3 P. M., tho Junior Endeavor So
ciety will' resume its meetings; 7:30 P. M.',
evening service; sermon by the pastor.
subject, "Is Heaven Concerned in Our
Effort to Do Right?"
Hassalo-Street Congregational, East
Seventh street North and Hassalo, Rev.
Charles E. Chase, pastor Service with
sermon at 10:S0 A. M.; Sunday school at
12; Christian Endeavor at 6 P. M.
Mississippi-Avenue Congregational, cor
ner Mississippi avenue and Fremont
street. William L. Upshaw, pastor Sun
day school. 10 A. M.; M. E. Thompson, su
perintendent; morning worship, 11 A. M.;
subject, "The Eye of tho Soul": Y. P. S
C. E., 6:45; subject, "The Joys of-Church
Membership," led by Miss Laura Monskl
of Hannibal, Mo.; evening worship, 7:45
subject, "The Great Alternative." Special
music by the choir.
St Johns Memorial, Sellwood, Rev. W.
R. Powell. In charge Service and holy
communion, 10:45 A. M.; Sunday Bchool
St. Paul's Church. Woodmere, C L.
Parker, lay missionary Service and ser
mon at 3 P. M. every Sunday.
Good- Shepherd, Sellwood street and
Vancouver avenue, Alblna, Rev. John
Dawson, rector; Sunday school. 10 A. M.
holy communion and sermon, 11 A. M;
evening prayer and sermon. 7:30 P. M.
St. David's Episcopal, East Twelfth and
Belmont streets, "Rev. George B. Van Wa
ters, D. D rector Holy communion, 8 A.
M.; Sunday school, 9:45 A. M.; holy com
munlon and sermon, 11 A. M.; evening.
7:30 P. M.
Services in Woodard Hall. Montavilla,
as follows: Sabbath school. 10 A. 3d.
preaching by Elder Will S. Pender at 11
A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Subject of morning
ojscourse, "in biooq of Christ: Who and
How Does It Cleanser
Freo Methodist Church, corner of East
Ninth and Mill streets Preaching at 11
jv. jo., xouowea bj alove feast. John
Centenary, corner -East Pine and Ninth
streets. William H. Heppe. D. D pastor-
Sermon and worship at 10:30 A, M.. theme.
"imperial visions and Princely Service,
At 7:45 P. M. Professor T. Yamada, of
Japan, will speak. Morning class, 9:30;
Sunday school. 12:15; Juniors, 4:00; Ep
worth League devotional, 6:30 P. M.
Trinity, East Tenth and Grant streets.
Rev. Harold Oberg, pastor Preaching
both morning and evening; Sunday school
at 10 A. M.; Epworth League. 6:30 P. M.
St. Johns Methodist Episcopal Church.
F. 1 Young, pastor Sunday school, 10
A. M.: 1 preachlnc service. 11 A. M.; Ep
worth league, 7 P. M.; preaching service.
8 P. M.
University Park Methodist Episcopal
Church will open the new conference year
In Its new church, with services as fol
lows Preaching, 11 A. M. and 8 P. M., by
the pastor. Rev. T). A. Watters, subject
morning sermon, "In tho Beginning";
evening, "Fractions and tho Fractional
Man";- Sunday school. 10 A. M., W. J.
Peddicord, superintendent; class meeting,
12:15 P. M., P. J. Sharp, leader; Junior
league, 3 P. M., Mrs. E. Bowman, super
intendent: intermediate league, 4 P. M.,
Mrs. E. E. Everts, superintendent; senior
league, 7 P. M.f Miss Grace Gilliam, presi
dent; good music, freo pews, all welcome.
Sunnyside Methodist Episcopal Church.
on Yamhill, between xmrty-nrxn ana
Thirty-sixth streets, take Sunnyside car.
Parsonage, IBS East Thirty-fifth street,
T. B. Ford, pastor. At homo every fore
noon and Thursday afternoon. Services
Sunday, as follows: 10 A. M., Sunday
school, C. A. Gatzka, superintendent; 11
A. sermon by tho pastor; 12:10, class
meeting. J. B. Kelly, lesder; 30 P. M.,
Junior League and children s class, Miss
Mary Shaver, leader; 6:30 P. M.. Epworth
League devotional meeting. Hugh C.
Krum, president; 7:30 P. M., preaching
service. Dr. Ford opens his second year
in this church, and all members and
friends are expected to bo in attendance.
Strangers will be cordially welcomed by
tho pastor and people.
Norwegian Synod, corner East 10th and
Grant streets, O. Hagocs, pastor Servies
at 11 A. M. and at 8 P. M.; Sunday school
at 3:30 A. M, Y. P. 8. C E. Thursday
Betanla Danish Lutheran Church, cor
ner of Union ave. and-Morris street, Gud-
mund Grill. pastorSunday morning serv
ice and confirmation. 11 A. M.; evening
services with communion, 7:30 P. M.;
Wednesday, Ladles', Society. 2 P. M.t with
Mrs. Nordberg, Laurelwood Park.
St. Paul's German Lutheran Churcn,
corner East Twelfth and Clinton streets
Morning service. 10:30 A. M.; quarterly
meeting,; 3 P. M.; evening service, tin if.
M.; Sunday school, 9:30 A. M.
First Cumberland, corner Twolfth and
East Tavlor streets. Rev. E. Nelson Al
len, pastor 100 A. M., communion and
reception of members; 12 ii., faunaay
school: 6:30 P. M.. Christian Endeavor;
7:S0 P. M., preaching. Miss Linehan will
Piedmont Church, corner cievciana ave-
nuo and Jarrett streets. Rev. L. Myron
Boozer, pastor The pastor will preach at
11 A. M. and 7:45 -Pi M.; sabbatn scnooi
at 10 A. M.
Arbor Lodge Chapel, corner Curtis and
Bryant streets Sabbath school at 3 i.
M.; sermon at 4 P. M.
Second Chrch. corner Farjro and
Kerby streets. Rev. J. Bowersox. pas
tor 11 A. M., preaching on - in His
Imasre." and 7:30 P. M.. "He Saved
Ofhers." Sundav school at 10 A. m.
Junior Endeavor, 5 P. M-; jC LC. E.
at 7 P. M. -
At Ockley Green Sunday school at
2:30 P. M., and preaching at 3:30 by
Rev. A. A. Winter.
The United Evangelical Church, cor
ncr of John and Iyanhoo streots, St.
John. B. E Mcvlcker. pastor Subject.
II A. II.. "Discouraged by Others Often
Cause Defeat;" 7:45 P. M-, "Tho Con
ception of Repentance;" Sunday school.
10 A. M.; Junior K. L C. E, 2:30 P.
M.; Senior K. L- C E., 6:45 P. M.
First Church, corner East Tenth and
Sherman streets, A. A. Winter, pastor
10 A. M.. Sunday school; 11 A. M..
sermon " "WTiat Attracts People, to
Church;" 6:30 P. M., K. L. C- E.meet
lng, C. A. Stover, leader; 7:30, preach
' First Church, East Couch and East
Eighth streets, W. F. Small, pastor
11 A. M., sermon on "A War and No
Treaty of Peace;" 7:45 P. M-. "Sim
plicity;" 10 A. M-, "Sunday school.
OFFICERS AS SWITCHMEN
Railway Managers Compelled
Strlko to 3Iako Up Trains.
CHICAGO, Sept. SO. Railroad officials
worked as switchmen today in the yards
of the Grand Trunk road, where the yard
men struck last night. Division Supcrin.
tendent.F. W. Egan. Assistant Superin
tendent W. E. Costcllo. Yardmaster M. J.
Conron and others assisted a handful of
nonunion switchmen to make up trains
and throw switches. There is little llkeli
hood that the trouble will bo extended.
The- strikers, less than E0 In number, will
send a committee to Superintendent Egan
In an effort to secure a settlement.
Twin City Printers to Strlko.
ST. PAUL, Minn., Sept. SO. All indica
tions today point to a strike of union
printers in all tho Job-printing shops of
ol fam ana .Minneapolis on -Monday,
whlsh Is tho date fixed by the Typograph
leal Union for enforcing its demand for an
Uncle Sam Settles With Drivers.
, NEW YORK. Sept 30. The strike of the
drivers employed on United States mall
wagons in this city, which has been in
progress for several weeks, was settled
today. Tho drivers will get all they de
MOROCCO NOW HARMLESS
Issues Between Franco and Germany
BERLIN, Sept. 30. Special.) Thc'solu
tlon of the differences between Germany
and France over tho Moroccan question
has been arrived at so as to avoid com
plications at the coming conference of the
powers. The policy of policing the
Moroccan frontier, it is declared, has
been withdrawn by both Germany and
France, as also has the ono concerning a
stato oank under international control.
The significance of withdrawing these
two disturbing elements from tho forth
coming International conferenco is that
the conference will develop into nothing
more than a meeting to Indorse the new
prorramme mapped out by the two irov
emments for future supervision of Moroc
MAMMOTH BOY IS DEAD
Stomach Could Xot Keep Up "With
Growth of Body.
DENVER, Sept. 30. (Special.) Because
of too rapid growth, Bcrthold Welnhagen.
Jr., of Milwaukee, died Wednesday at the
Metropolo Hotel. The boy was but 14
years old, and was six feet ono Inch In
height So rapidly did he grow that his
stomach was not able to assimilate
enough food to nourish his body. Tho
young man" was the son of Bcrthold Wein
Jiagcn, a wealthy resident of Milwaukee.
ana iuc ooy, aia laiae., inuiaer ana suier
were on their way to New Zealand for
the benefit of his health. Funeral services
were held last evening and tho body was
Eminent specialists In all parts of the
country sought to help him without suc
cess, and they all were puzzled by his
rapid growth. In tho last year he had
grown two feet one inch, and his stomach.
It seemed, could not do the work it was
called upon to perform. He wag very thin
and probably was the tallest boy of his
ago m the country
WIPING 'OUT THE DEFICIT
Xatlonal Receipts Have Cut Short-
ago In Two.
report of tho Government receipts and ex
penditures, which will bo Issued next
Monday, will show a remarkable Increase
In the receipts In customs and Internal
revenue. For September, 1S04. the cus
toms receipts amounted to 5233060. and
ior mo inreo monins or tho fiscal year
S65.13L7S4. For the month limt plAilnriln
receipts from customs were $27,244,145, and
ior me inree months 57a,uli,577. being an
Increase of 54,014.753 for the month and
,&ai.4iu ior mo tnreo months; Last year
. this time the deficit amounts tn ?i7
S54.258. as against $9,623,565 for the quarter
enaing. ioaay. .During the last three
months tho Internal revenue rrriinti
show a gala over last year of $2,431,379.
Cleveland 'Peace Delegate
WASHINGTON. Sent M rRrwMol v-cvr-
President Graver Cleveland will go to Tho
b5uo i ujju oi me representatives or
tho United States Government at the sec
ond pcaco conferenco- called by the Czar,
K ne will accept tho honor. Whllo a for
mal invitation from Russia to tho United
States has not been received. President
Koosevclt Is already considering the per
sonnel "of the representatives of this Gov
ernment. There will bo five.
In addition to Mr. Cleveland, the otlior
ncrsons considered In this mnnivtlnn nr
General Horace Porter, Joseph H. Choate,
President Nicholas Murray Butler, of Co
lumbia University; Brigadier-General
William A. Crorler. United Rtntt irmr-
Captain A. T. Mahan. U. S. N.. retired,
find 'fieneml Hivirra vt varl 77 R x
No time has been set far the meetlns-.
but it probably will be held early next
Appoints an Old Friend.
ME DORA. N. D.. Sept SO. S. M. Ferris
of Medora has received a personal lett r
from President Roosevelt statins that ho
has been 'appointed register of tho Dickin
son Land Office. Mr. Ferris and his
brother. Joseph, wero tho first men
Roosevelt became acquainted with hero
on his first hunting trip to the Bad Lands
22 years ago this' month, Joe taking Mr.
Roosevelt on their trip, upon which he
killed his first buffalo. The brothers per
suaded Mr. Roosevelt to go Into the stock
Queer Marriage Law of Greece.
WASHINGTON", Sept SO. George Hor
ton, American. Consul at Athens, has sent
tho State Department a warning to
Americans marrying Greeks without be
ing sure that the ceremony Is performed
by a reliable Greek priest He says that
the desertion of American wives and fam
ilies by Greek husbands .who return to
Greece and remarry without obtaining a
divorce, which seems to-be permissible In
Greece unless the precaution above noted
is observed, is of too frequent occurrence
AN EXPERT IN MATRIMONY
Youngest American Grandmother
3Iarries a Third Time.
KANSAS CrrT. Sept. 3D. After three
unsuccessful attempts to obtain a di
vorce. H. W. Lawson, formerly a hotel
proprietor hero, now of Scdalia, Mo..
obtained a decrco here a few days ago.
and immediately thereafter married
Mrs. Laura B. Mllllcc. Mrs. Milllce has
attained much fame through the coun
try for tho reason that she Is the
youngest American grandmother of
whom there Is any record. She was
married at 1i, became a mother at 15,
and a grandmother at 31. Her grand
child Is now 3 years old. Mrs. MUlice
has been thrico married and twice dl
ADMITTED KILLING CUSTER
Chief Italn-in-thc-Facc, Dying, Made
KEOKUK. Iowa. Sept. 30. Special.;
The long dispute as to who fired the
shot that killed General Custer on Juno
25, 1S76, has been solved by the signed
confession made by Chief Rain-In-The-
Face, who died recently at Little Eagle,
S. D., In which ho says:
, "I killed him. I was so close that I
saw the powder that blackened his face.'
Ho positively denle'd killing Tom Cus
ter, 'saying ho did not see him. The con
fesslon was made to Mary C. Collins, sup
erintendent of missions at Standing Rock
Agency, who wrote" a letter containing
the confession to relatives In Keokuk, re
ceived here today.-
TUNNEL UNDER HUDSON
Hole Knocked Through Between Xcw
York and Jersey.
NEW YORK. SepU 3d Special.) In the
presence of tho engineers and directors,
W. G. Oakman, president of the Hudson
Company, split an old brick bulkhead
with a hydraulic jack this afternoon and
thus completed tho first Manhattan-Jer-
sey tunnel system. The six-Inch gap thus
made in tho wall was soon enlarged by
the workmen on the other side, who then
crawled through tho breach and entered
New Tork City. They made the first pas
sage under the river through a tunnel
which was begun 23 years ago and a ban
doned until recently.
The tunnel consists of twin tubes. The
company hopes to be running trains on
the system between Manhattan and Jer
sey City in 13 months.
THE DAY'S DEATH RECORD
Theodore AV. Hccrmance.
NEW YORK. Sept 30. The death of
Theodore Woolsej- Heermance, director
of the American School at Athens, was
announced today In a cablegram re
celved from Professor Wheeler, of Co
lumbia University. Dr. Heermance has
been 111 for somo weeks of typhoid
fever. He was 30 years old.
S. M. Prevost, Railroad Official.
PHILADELPHIA. Sept 30. Sutherland
M. Prevost. third vice-president of the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company, died ttf-
nlght at his home here, of a complication
of kidney and heart trouble, aged SO years.
He began his railroad career in 1S& as a
rod man in the engineer corps which con
structed tho Philadelphia & Erie railroad.
Telephones for Xorth Shore Towns,
ASTORIA. Or., Sept 30. A deputation
of prominent merchants, mlllmen, and
canners will meet a representative of the
Pacific States Telephone Company in this
city on Monday to make arrangements
for the construction of a line connecting
Epilepsy or Fits
By the remarkable discovery r an eralaeat
rpeclalut, this anral malady is perraa
acBtly baalthed from the tjttem, "
FREE, A FULL 16-OUNCE BOTTLE
It would amaze nanr ncople when they
read oX- ftat aad distressing accidents, to
know how' many of these ara due to Epilepsy
or Fits. Only a few weeks ago Philadel-
phla. papers told of tho casa of & young- man
ot tbat city wno tell rroxn a pier at Atlantic
City and was drowned. Spectator supposed
it to be a case, of suicide, but at the inquest
the I net was brought out that the- victim
was subject to Epileptic Fits, and it was
undoubtedly one. of these- attacks Jhat had
caused him. to fall to his death. Tha suc
cess of a dramatic performance- was marred
not iocs: ago because the leaning iaay was
seized with an epileptic flt durlec the play.
John Chouteau, a well-known cowboy, of
vlnlta. I. T. can probably fumlihea tne
most thrlUInjr experience on record. In th
Sprtasr of 1803 while on bis pony,, he sud
denly g-are a piercing yell and fell, his feet
still ' In the stirrups. At once his startlea
pony started to run, but another cowboy
made a magnificent throw of his lasso.
caught the pony and saved Chouteau s- lire.
The latter has been warned not to ride, as
he had suffered from epileptic attacks since
infancy, sometimes having- three or four a
week. Directly alter tho accident a Irlena
Induced Chouteau to tako Dr. Fred E.
Grant's cure for Epilepsy. Under date of
August 2S. 1003, Chouteau writes: 1 have
never had an attaclc since. X weighed 140
pounds when I began the treatment, now I
weigh In mr shirt sleeves ISO pounds, am
etout and healthy, sleep well and eat all I
can get." Chouteau Is "permanently cured.
Dr. Grant is a renowned physician of Kan
sas City. Mo., who has made a llfo study of
fse causes and cures of Epilepsy or Fits.
The result is a remedy, a purely vegetable
compound, which he emphatically states wilt
surely and permanently euro fits In all their
forms, no matter what their cause. To con
vlnce everyone of this fact, he asks every
person In the United States suffering with
Epilepsy or Fits to send their name and ad
dress to Dr. Fred E. Grant, 831 New Ridge
building. Kansas City. Mo., aad receive "lree
a large bottle of this wonderful remedy, not
a samplo bottle, but a large, full lu-oz.
all north shore towns with the company's
line, employing the existing cablo to this
city. Tho local company is ready to tako
up work, the construction In caso no ar
rangements can be made with tho Pacific
States Company. Considering the Im
portance of location and tho amount of
business dope annually, this Is the larg
est territory in tho Northwest without
A farewell banquet was tendered In
Paris last night under the auspices of
the American Chamber of Commerce, and
the American colony to John Iv. uowdy.
tho retiring American Consul-Qcneral,
who sails for New iork Monday.
AT THE HOTELS.
The Portland W. J. Surre. Now Britain.
Or.; H. Karm. L- Klein. San Francisco: Mrs.
Everaole. Miss Nollaln. Seattle: T. T. Fisher,
G. CSalch and wife. H. E. Nash. New York:
J. A. Lamb. Long Beach; E. T. Llttell. -New
York; T. Foster. Oakland; s. L. ueiiman,
Louisville. Ky.: W. H. Barstow. Boston; J
8. Snow. Syracuse; E. S. Husted and wife.
Del Norte; J. Bartholemew, New York; E.
Schmidt ana wife. Berkeley, CaL: w. w.
Hafer. Council Bluffs: J. A. M. Robb and
wlffc. San Francisco; M. H. Well, New York;
Dr. G. W. McLaughlin, Seattle: 11. Thomas
J. WoodsSan Francisco; Mrs. j. Woods, J.
B. Kantmnn. San Francisco: Mrs. B. Camp
bell. St. Paul; M. Magnets, Chicago; F. Stur-
glss, Xew York; It. ilulr. san Francisco; it.
W; Foster. New York; W. J. Hattleid. St.
Loul; L. T. Anderson. North Dakota; J.
Coo Co and wire. Birmingham. Ala.; a. k.
Trurastlne and wife. Cincinnati. O.; W. C
Frve. Washington. D. C: 1L E. Lewis. San
Francisco; H. F. Ganong. New York; S. S.
Rockwood. Elgin. Or,; J. M. Sllberberg. Day
ton. O.; D. Hanna. Seattle; O. W. Nelson and
wife. Butte: W. J. Darwin, London. Eng.;
P. G. Keene. Dayton, O.; H. M. Webster.
San Francisco; K. Kimball. C. Smith. Texas;
L. Jorkowskt L. Robinson. ew York; r.
R. Scyord. wife and son. New Zealand; P.
P. Dlggs and wife. Centralla. Mo.; Mrs.
C. E. Hort. Miss O M. Sherwood. Los An
geles; Mrs. G. H. Wendllnj. Mrs. T. E. Ev
ans. F. wendling. u. u. ueary ana wire.
F. S. McNamara and wire. San Francisco
S. T. Smith. Los Angeles; E. Glahm. New
York; F. l warren, vvarrenton, ur.; i. 21,
Steams and wife, city.
Tho rerkln H. S. Brewer, Wlnslow. Arlr.:
W. P. 13 rower. Three Oaks; A. J. Browor,
Connersville; J. A. Cooncrt. Hattle II. Coonert,
C Coonert. Dauas; r. it. uavin. ork
J. C. Wolfe. Baker City: J. Brooks. Falrnort
J. H. Warren and wife, Wallace; E. J. Splk.
Echo; C. E.-Richards ana wire. Great Falls
D-t McDonald and wire. Llccmore; D. W
Carmlchael and wire.. Mrs. M. Robb. Sacra
xnento: T. H. Jones. Salt Lake: M. F. Lewis
and 'wife. Spangle; J. P. Konenon, Center-
vine: Mrs. M. is. iiurcner. -Nortn Yakima; T.
M. Medley. Cottage Grove: L. II. Wyant. B.
S. Wyant, Ashland; Mtas Dora Moody,. MIs
Edith Husband. Liberal; Mrs. A. Baker. Mrs.
M. EL Chappeu. Goldendale; A.jAUey, F.
w. rower, rtome; j iruae, Aninony;
E. Bennett. A. Schaflold. Seattle: R. Burns,
Walla Walla: C P. Collins and wife. Mil
ton; W. E. Kinney, Spokane; Rosco Raney,
Tekoa; Mrs. F. Foster and son. it. mser.
Roy Riser, walla, w alia; A. aiesman and wire,
Spokane: M. F. Dickson. Bridal Veil; W,
E. C. Bedell and wife. 'Rltxrlile: J. R. Msy
E. L. Ho Kin, Seattle; A. J. Shran. Antelope
E. Haines. L. E. Sullivan. Cranheart; T. D,
Wilson aad wife. Tacoana: W. T. Hogg. West
lake; W. C Anient and wife, J. C Powell.
Grant's Pass; I. Jessey, Victoria; H. J. Mur
ray, Tacoma; C W. Shurte. Arlington; G. H.
Buggers, and wife. Colfax; J. T. Miller. Gold
Hill; F. J. Butler. PlattevlHe; A. P. Horth
and wire. Grant s iasa; Airs. a. j. JJwyer,
Tho Imperial W. F. Nelson. W. J. Warren
Seattle; C. H. Soule and wife, Nome: O. J.
Kinr, Skamokawa; J. Norton. Mt Marian
J. C. Clinton. Astoria; T3. Borthem. Chicago
J. Knlcht. Salem: H. H. 8 coo re. San Fran
clico; R. G. Hutchlns. Chicago: H. II. Web
ber, EL J. Hamburg. Eagle Cliff; L. S. Sew-
H. J. Davis. 'Sparta: J. Crltchler. D. Crltch-
ler. Victoria; A. G. King and wife. Grass
Valley; Mra. Williams and children. Grant
County; D. Dahlman, Castle Rock; L A.
Manning. Ealem; Mrs. A. Herd. Seattle; Sarah
Rose. MyrUe Point; Mr. and Mrs. Gay, iilio
Nellie Marvin. Corvallls; Bertha Collins. Dal-
W.'P. Ely, Kelso; May C," Merman, Pendle-"
ton; J. O. Williams, ana wue. J. 1 DUiiara,
Seattle; W. A. Long and wife, Vancouver;
Mrs. R- M. Wright. Mrs. F. C Avary. Stev
enson; M. J. Dowllng, Olivia: F. E. Alley,
A. P. Fllkerson. CL F. Fisher.- Roseburg; Mrs.
W. O. Wilkinson, Bermuda: Mrs. L B. Stem
lneU, Forest Grove: J. C Wilson, Leland; A.
RIelend. Ottawa: W. J. Kilmer. Spokane: F.
E. Ramsey, city: Lucille Crate, Elisabeth Mc-
Arthur. The Dalles; G. sidiu. Spokane: iJ. a.
Cooper. Tho Dalles: M. E. Kinsley. Eugene;
W. F. Howatt. San Francleco: H. B. Tblelan
and wife. F. D. Thlelan, Salem; W. N. Bn
Tho St. Charles W, L. McCab. Flrwoodf
H. O. Splcer. Astoria: A. Olson. Spirit Lake
Ev Gardiner. A. G. Anderson. Chinook: C D.
Havens; H- Pelght and wife. J. S. Coble and
wife, R. Casady. L. Casady. J. O. H: Nel
son. Ellensberg; Wheat on. Gilliam.
Pasco: Margaret Holcomb. North xaklma
Maud Mitchell. Ellensberg: A. N. Carey. A.
Thompeon. J. R. Rcasell. Hamilton: J. Carey.
Hamilton; J. Johnson: F. Jones; E. Hartrlg.
Bulirrog; imtMe inaczoum: w. itickman. sa
lem: W. Weatbr: W. W. Parrett. Sherwood;
G. B. Brlstow and family; E. J. Bryant and
Family. Mill City: W. B. Anderson. Astoria:
C. C. 8 w arts; A. 3L Quick. Tillamook; J. W
Douglass. Essie Creek: F. W. To boy and
bany: G. L. Jermlngs. Vancouver: A. Barr,
Latoureu; II. Darnuies, Giimore. Idaho: G.
A. Coin. Hubbard: E. J. Rea. Portland: J.
Chandler: H. West. Scappoose: J. M. Rogers
and wire: W. H. Grass and wife. Walla
Walla: Mrs. W. C. Jackson: R. M. Fowlo,
HIrlle; C Helsler, Durnr; J. J. Leonard and
wire. Albany; il. ii. Heacock. Gressam; W.
A. Wlest: C M. La Foilett and wire. Am
boy: C Pltchford and wire. Vancouver; X
Dethman. St. Helens: b. TrimDie; j. ronaey
J. M. Kerr. McJIInnvllle: J. A. Jones. Ta
coma: W. H. GoodeiL Champoest: Clara Erion.
Orient; S. R, Samueloon and family. Scap
poose: Mrs. J. W lizon. Kainier; Miss Mae Ac
ton: CL W. Massey. Amity: X. McDonald,
Newberg: J. L. Chandler; G. A. Myera. Ar-
usxtoa; G. e. ucn: -U. Ij. ciarx. acuta send
.. f I
IF! FAIL TO CURE AMY
J. treat imiore it irotsoas xjccp uimus
or Attaches t Some.
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PPLEiSE SEND THIS TO
Varicocele and Hydrocele Cured Without .the Use of the Knife or
Caustics by Our Simple Combined Treatment, Internal
Medicines and External Applications.
PLAIN TALK TO MEN
There are thousands of men in the Northwest who would come in
and see us if they were sure that they could get a cure. Thej, how
ever, have tried so many different remedies without effect that they
haye become skeptical. TVe have been telling you for the past 15
years in the Portland papers that if you are doubtful of our ability,
you can deposit the price of a cure in the banks, to be returned to
you if we were unable to effect a cure. By this method wo have reached
thousands. Once, in a long wTiile we are unable to cure, and then re
turn the. fee, as per letter below:
Srfokane, January 30. 05.
Received of Dr. W. Norton Davis & Co., one deposit check, value 550.
belnjr placed In the hands of tho company for a euro E. It. VAN L.EUVEN.
Then, again; some men are so grateful to U3 for having cured tlnsm
that they allow us to publish tholr names, so that others who have tne
same troublo may get relief.
UNDERSTAND, HOWEVER, THAT THIS IS ONLY DONE BY
YOUR OWN PERMISSION.
Although we have cured men In every toivn and village in "Washing
ton, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and British Columbia, stil we are unable to
use their recommendations, as that would betray confidence.
Grand Forks. B. C, June 24, '05.
Dear Sir -I should havo written to you beforo, but as I don't need
any more medicine I thought it did not mattes. I am just as well as ever
I was and L wish to thank you for the way you attended my case. My
varicocele and otller troubles arc cured and I am woll satisfied for the
money. 2 remain yours truly, ANGUS M1PHERSON.
DELAY IS DANGEROUS WHERE YOUR HEALTH IS
A personal Interview is desired, but if ypu cannot call, wrlto us, giving
your symptoms in full.
Our home treatment is successful, even in complicated cases. Striatest
confidence observed. Plain envelopes used in all correspondence. Valuable
book for men sent free, sealed.
We Guarantee i Cure in Every Case Ve Undertake cr Charge N& Fee
The leading specialists In the Northwest. Established in Portland In 1SS0.
All correspondence Is sacredly confidential,
. Office hours 0 A. M. to 5 P. M. and 7 to S.
A. M. to 12 M.
DR. W. NORTON DAVIS & CO. !
Offices In Van-Noy Hotel, 52$ Third street, corner Pine, Portland, Or.
A. J. "7116; N. Lanier. Seattle; J. Hansen,
Astoria: L. K. Miller. K. J. Gonderback, R.
M. Anderson. Orient; W. J. Bolllsh. Kurauki;
R. R. Moore. Modlnto. Cal.
Tacoma Hotel, lucoma.
American plan. Rates, 3 and up.
note I Donnelly, Tacoma, Washington.
European plan. Rates 75 cents to $2.30
per day. Freo bu.
DAXLV METEOROrOGICAI. REPORT.
PORTLAND. Sept. 30. Maximum tempera
ture; 62 de?.; minimum. 22. River reading
at 8 A. M.. -1.4 feet; chango In past 24 hours,
fall. U.3 of a foot. Total precipitation. 5
P. M. to 5 P. M., 0.05 of an Inch; total since
September 1. 1905. 2.79 inches; normal, 1.75
Inches; excess. 1.04 Inches. Total sunshine
September 20, 1005, 1 hour and 3 minutes;
possible. 11 hours and 48 minutes. Barom
eter (reduced to sea level) at 5 P. M.. 30.14.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Salt Lake City.
! T I 4(NW
During the last 24 hours light showers
har occurred In Northwestern Oregon.
Drunkenness Is a Disease
Of the nervous system. Medical treat
ment Is necessary to cure It.
Removes the craving for liquor and re-
tlon. No sanitarium treatment required.
Can bo taken with or without tho pa
tient's knowledge. No. 1 Is the secret
remedy. No. 2, voluntary treatment.
J1.C0 per box. Mailed sealed. Booklet
free. Money refunded It It falls.
The O RHINE CO., Inc., Washington. D. C.
Weedard, Clazke Jt Co, Portland
GANGER OR TUMOR
plant makes tho
small on. face.
SOME ONE WITH CANCEBj
Sundays'and holidays, 10
Washington. Northern Idaho and Western
Montana, and moderately heavy rains hav.i
fallen In North Dakota.
It Is slightly warmer tn Western Oregon.
.Northern California. Northern Nevada,
Northern Utah and Southern Idaho.
Tho Indications are Jor fair and warmer
weather in this district Sunday.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 2S
hours ending at midnight. October 1:
Portland and vicinity Fair and warmer.
Western Oregon and Western Washington
Fair and warmer. Northwest winds.
Eastern Oregon. Eastern Washington and
Idaho Fair and warmer.
EDWARD A BEALS.
A Snap For sale In thriving Southern Califor
nia town, a photo studio which has been in
successful operation for oVer 12 years; dolnjj
a lucrative business; equipment, stock, fur
nishings and appointments flrst-class In
every particular. Other business Isterrota
makes It necessary to sell. In order to de-
' vote .entire time to same. Price $2500 (worta
at least $3000). For further particulars ai
dress- M S3. Oregonlan.
Here Is a block near Washington st.. thai
1 one of the best buys anywhere la thU
locality, either to Improve or to let stand
as an investment. Look Into this at onca.
Taft & Co.. 122-3-5-6 Ablngton blk.
E.B. COL WELL
Successor io A. J. FARMER
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER.
281, 283 and 285 Third St., cor. Jeffersoa.
The Big Store
Prices quoted below will save you at least
i 20 per cent:
BestfDry Granulated Sugar (not beet). 100
lb, sacks. $5.10; 10 lbs. Best Dry Granulated
Sugar (not beet), $1; Beet Dry Granulated, per
sack, $5; 1-Ib. can Royal Baking Powder. 40c;
1-lb. can Schilling's Baking Powder, 35c; l ib.
pkg. Ann and Hammer Soda, 5c; Shredded
Wheat Biscuit, per pkg., 10c; 7 lbs. clean whlto
Rice. 25c; 13 bars Royal Savon Soap, 23c
Hard Wheat Flour, per sack. $1; Beet Eastern
Hams, per lb., 14c; Picnic Hams, per lb.. Do;
Shredded Cocoanut. per lb.. 13c; 3-lb pall
beat Lard. 50c: 10-lb. pall best Lard, telr 20-
lb. pall best Lard. $1.00; best Soft-Wheat
Flour, per sack. $1; Java and Mocha Coffee.
f iPfeSJISf, o-'"
1. . ja. 10
rcse Cream, 15c; Tiger Cream (regular 10c).
per can, 5c; English Breakfast Tea (reculat
2Zc, lb., 15c; Fine Gunpowder Tea. (special),
per lb.. 13c: Scotch Oats, per pkg.. 10c; Tar
Soap. 2 bareu 5c: Fels Naptha Soap, per bar.
5c; Postum Cereal, per pkg.. 20c; Soda Craek
era, 10-lb. box. 50c; Leslie's Sterilized Salt
(shaker top), pkg.. 5c East Side deliveries
Tuesdays and Fridays. Woodlawn, North AI-.
blna and Piedmont, Wednesdays.
1'HONE MAIN 483.