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THE SUXDAY OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND, APRIL 12, 1908.
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FAMOUS FEAST OF JEWS
rASSOVEIt WILL BK OIISI-UVKU
erlcr in Monies ami s iiimogues
of Portland Will He Held on
Wednesday and Thursday.
At fundonn uu Wednesday there will
oi'iimiMn tlie' most ruinous religious feast
tliMt the world bus ever known, the cele
bration of the Passover. The Jews all
over the world will observe t he feast
with the Intoning of ihe ritual of that
occasion and the Patella! meal. This
Paschal meal, famous the world over, is
the great religious feast whieh Jesu Is
supposed to have been celebrating whn
taken by the Roman legionaries. The
Passover Is celebrated for one week aa
a season when only unleavened bread i.s
eaten In memory of the hasty provisions
made in the hurried flight- from Egypt.
It Is essentially the feast of freedom and
is called the "Watchnight of the internal."
The feast Is prescribed in the lth
chapter of Kxodils and was a national
feast of the Israelites until the destruc
tion of the Temple on Mount Zion.
On the occasion of the Passoer pilgrims
flocked to the Holy, City from near and
far. bringing from Htranse lamis the de
votion of a people and renewing; at each
recurrence of the feast the hope thut
next year the Messiah would arise to
lead them back to their happiness.
Amongst the Jews the Passover is the
trnie for the rccominii of the Messiah,
for the reappearance of Elijah and the
proclamation of the millennium. Even now
a seat is left at the table of the Paschal
feat for the entertainment of Elijah
should he com.
The observance here In Portland S3
well as all over the world will be by ihe
ritual prayers In the synagogues, the
ceieoranon or tlie Paschal meal and the
eating of unleavened bread. At Temple
Beth Israel the Wednesday night service
commences at o'clock and the Thurs
day morning service at 10:30 o'clock. The
sermon on Thursday morning will be
The Walchnlght and the Watchers."
while the music will be the special holi
day service under the leadership of Mrs.
Rose Bloch Bauer. Strangers of all
creeds will he welcome.
CHRISTENS MANY BABIES
Itcv. Jrnkin Lloyd Jones Completes
Trip Through West.
CHICAGO. April 11. t Special.) Rev.
Jenkln Uoyd Jones is back in town from
a baby-t'hristenlng, address-delivering,
trip extending over 7470 miles. The head
of the Abraham Lincoln center left Chi
cago March 1 and arrived home Friday.
He delivered 43 addresses in 40 days, and
declared tonight that he was ridiculously
free from fatigue.
"I christened four babies on my jour
ney. The mothers were Chicago girls.
One mother. Mrs. Dole, of Portland, who
was Miss Miriam Dryer, of Chicago, had
saved up three babies, waiting for me. I
christened Mrs. Dole. 1 married her. she
was a member of my confirmation class
and now I've christened three of her children."
GOLD BURIED 26 YEARS
HOISEMOVEBS MAKE FIND 01
$1120 IX COIX.
Man Distrustful of Banks Hides His
Money In -Ground Flood Comes
and It Is Lost Till Now.
PKNDT.ETON. Or.. "April 11. (Spe
cial.) After having been buried and
lost for 26 years a tin box containing
$1120 In gold coin was unearthed last
Wednesday afternoon by housemovers.
Jim Jacobs, an aged resident of this
vicinity, is the man who buried the
money in his yard, being distrustful
The biggest flood ever seen by white
men in the Umatilla River occurred 26
years ago before the levee was con
structed and the entire town was in
undated. When the waters went down
Jacobs could not find his money.
When the house was being moved
Wednesday, Tom Johnson, a young
laborer, found the box. He said
nothing about It at the time, but pro
ceeded to buy champagne by the case
for hfs friends that night and. while
under the influence of liquor, boasted
that he had found that amount of
money. He now denies having found
it. but as he blew in at least $2-?0
that night and has had more money
recently than he was ever known to
RECEIVES NEWS IN VISION
have had before the officers and Mr.
Jacobs are satisfied that he did find it.
DECKHAND IS MISSING
iay Jiave i alien uveroourtt Klver MRS. JOHN ItOACH STRATON'
Being Dragged. HAS KEMARKABLE DKEAM.
Northwest,' after spending six weeks
in the Oregon city last Summer, when
he occupied the pulpit of the White
Temple for Dr.. J. Whitcomb Brough
er, during the latter's vacation.
KELSO. Wash., April 11. (Special.)
Arthur Pseherer. familiarly known as
"Kelso." & deckhand on the steamer
Chester, is missing, and his friends are
apprehensive that he has fallen over
board into the Cowlitz River. Pseherer
was seen by the night watchman of the
steamer Kellogg about 1 o'clock this
morning crossing the deck of the Kellogg
going to his own vessel. Since then no
one has seen him. All his clothes and
effects were left on the Chester. This
afternoon river men are dragging the
Cowlitz in an endeavor to recover the
body, the prevailing impression being
that the missing man fell overboard.
Funeral of Captain Du Bois.
The funeral of Captain Charles E.
Du Bols. Civil War veteran and former
Portland business man. who died at
Astoria, April 8. was held from inn
ley's Chapel yesterday afternoon a.t
The services at the chapel were un
der the auspices of the George Wright
Post G. A. R-, the funeral sermon be
ing delivered by Rev. Henry Barden,
post chaplain. The services at Green
wood Cemetery were conducted by
Harmony Lodge No. 12. A. F. and A. M.
Representatives of the G. A. R. and
M asonic fraternity acted as pallbearers.
Music was furnished by member of
the Women's ielief Corps. The funeral
was largely attended.
Sees Judges in Prize Slory Contest
at Work and Hears Her Hus
band Declared Vielor.
CHICAGO. April 11. (Special.)
Rev. John Roach Straton. formerly
pastor of the Second Baptist Church,
on Morgan and Monroe streets, has
come to believe that perhaps, after all,
there is "something' in dreams," since
he received word that he had won the
first prize for the best article on Port
land, Oregon, offered by the Portland
Commercial Club. At breakfast Wed
nesday morning- at his home in Balti
more, where the former Chicago min
ister is now pastor of the Heventh
Baptist Church, Mrs, Straton told her
husband of a dream she had the night
before. In It she saw several men sit
ting: around a table examining; articles
on Portland. There was considerable
discussion, after which she heard one
of the men say: "The capital prize groes
to John Roach Straton."
Mr. Straton laughed at his wife's
dream, considering it a joke, until later
in the day. when a telegram came,
"tou win the capital prize. Sineer
esfc congratulations. The Portland
Mr. Straton wrote his article on
Portland", "The Zenith City of tho
RIHORN HELD FOR BIGAMY
Wives Compare Notes and Husband's
William P. Rihorn, late of Ohio, Is in
the County Jail because of being a disci
ple of Brigham Young to the extent of
having two wives. He was arrested at
Tillamook, whither he had fled after becoming-
aware of the fact that his Port
land wife had learned of tile existence
of a wife in Ohio. Under the name of
William P. Williams, Rihorn won the
affections and hand of Annie Sanderson.
She chanced to get hold of letters from
the Ohio wife, struck up a correspondence
with that lady and they decided to have
the fickle Don Juan arrested.
The Portland wife first secured Rihorn's
arrest for failing to support her, and
later secured the bigamy charge. Un
able to supply bail In the sum of 11730,
Rihorn went to the County Jail yesterday
forenoon.' He will have a hearing before
Municipal Judge Cameron on Modnay,
Prior to his flight, Rihorn had a realty
office in the Alisky building:.
the table, in front of them. They wtra
taken to the police station, where they
secured their release on ball. Williams
admitted that he was proprietor of th
room. Investigation by the police showed
that he had rented the room only yester
day morning and had stocked the place
with cards and other accessories of the-game.
An attractive and varied collection of
Kastcr Tissue Bells and Tissue Hgs to
select from at Gill's, Third and Alder
Metzger. leweler. optician. '2 Wash.
Itaid .Game on First Street.
Detectives Kay and Smith raided a
gambling-room at the lodging-house at
SOs First street at 10:30 o'clock last night
and arrested W.. E. Williams, James Wil
son and Joseph King, who were found
playing a game of poker and had J 13. 55 on
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