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TIIE SUNDAY OREGONTAN, PORTLAND, APRIE 18, 19T5. "
"PEACE SUNDAY'' IS HERE; DAY IS SET ASIDE FOR PRAYER
Methodist Ministers Will Co-operate With University of Oregon in Interdenominational Conference During Summer School This Year Programme for Thirtieth Sunday School Convention.
Peace. I leave with you. my peace I give
unto you; not as the world glveth. rive I
unto you. Let not your heart be troubled,
neither let it be afraid.
TODAT will be observed as "Peace
Sunday" in many of the Portland
churches. For the occasion spe
cial prayers for peace will be said,
music chosen for its appropriateness
will be rendered, and sermons on the
general topic of the day will be given.
The most important events of the
past week were probably the meeting
of the Methodist ministers of Portland,
on Monday, and the semi-annual con
ference of the Presbytery held In West
minster Church on Tuesday and Wed
nesday. At the former meeting Dr.
C. O. McCuloch took up the administra
tion of affairs and Dr. Ford retired
as president. Dr. Frank L. Loveland's
address on "Efficiency" was one of the
best messages that has ever been given
at a ministerial gathering here. Dr.
Loveland's church has Just completed a
campaign for efficiency. The under
taking was successful, so the remarks
of the leader of the campaign carried
The Methodist ministers will co-operate
with the University of Oregon In
an interdenominational conference dur
ing the Summer school this year. In
a letter to the local association, Joseph
Schafer, director of the Summer school,
Activity Is Eneouuglx.
"Since the original conception of ttte
conference, nothing has been more en
couraging to President Campbell and
me than the action taken by the Port
land Methodist Ministers' meeting. We
feel that this action, when it is brought
to the attention of the body of minis
ters of your church will produce the
result so ardently desired by you, and
by ua, of interesting all of them in
the interdenominational conference
Moreover, it will help other denomina
tions to evaluate properly the signifi
cance of the movement which the con
Now in regard to the representation
we are delighted to learn of the pos
sibility of securing the co-operation of
your distinguished Bishop K. J. Cooke
and we will write him at once asking
his assistance. Yau are aware, doubt
less, that Dr. Loveland has already
promised to deliver an address. We
are sending a special invitation to Dr.
Avison and President Carl G. Doney,
urging them to be present. We are ask
ing Bishop Coolie to serve as chairman
on one of the five days of the confer
ence." The Sunday School workers of Mult
nomah County are looking forward
eagerly to the coming State Sunday
School Convention to be held in the
First Presbyterian Church, April 28-i9.
The executive committee of the County
Association met this last week and
completed the final details for the en
tertainment of the delegates from out
side of the city. J. V. Guthrie is chair
man of the entertainment committee,
and C. L. Weaver of the reception com
mittee. Pageant Set fr April 20.
The arrangements are also complete
for the Sunday School pageant to be
given on Thursday evening, April 29,
in the Eleventh street playhouse. About
500 Sunday School workers will appear
on the stage. They will show the de
velopment of religious education from
the start, demonstrating the modern
Sunday School in all of its departments
and close with a grand tableau "Mak
ing Oregon Dry."
The complete programme for the
thirtieth annual State Convention Ore
gon State Sunday School Association
First Session, Wednesday Afternoon, April 8.
1:00 Registration and assignment of dele
gates. 2:00 Opening song service. Harold F.
, Humbert, Eugene, leader; B. Lee Paget
state president, presiding.
3:20 Convocation prayer. Rev. Charles T.
Kurd ot Convention Church.
2:30 Address, "A Sunday School Mess
age." W. C. Pearce, international secretary,
of Chicago. ,
3:10 President's message, B. Lee Paget.
3:2ft Address. "The Church and the Home
Throusrh Visitation." Charles R. Fisher, geu
eral secretary California. San Francisco.
4:00 Special Music, solo by Harold F.
Humbert, convention leader.
4:10 Address, "The Place of the Child,"
Rev. I. W. Williamson, Vancouver, B. C.
4:60 Appointment of committees, an
nouncements and adjournment.
Second Session, Wednesday Evening.
7:30 Service of song-, led bv Mr. Hum
bert; prayer, Mr. Paget, presiding.
8:00 Words of welcome, Hon. H. R.
Albee. Maylor of Portland: Professor James
T. Ewlng. superintendent First Presbyterian
Sunday school. Response to welcome, Hon.
B. L. Eddy, state vice-president, Roseburg.
SzlG Special music, offering.
8:25 Address. "The Meaning of the Mod
ern Sunday School Movement, W. C. Pearce,
:15 Announcements, benediction.
Third Session, Thursday Morning.
S:.-,0 to 10:00 Three simultaneous con
ference sessions, all in Convention Church.
Teacher Training. Mrs. M. A. Danen
tower. presiding. "Recruiting the Class.'
Rev. E. w. Warrington; "The Class tn Bes-
Ion." Rev. j. D. Sprlngston; "Graduation
Service," Mrs. H. N. Smith: "From the In
ternational View Point." W. C. Pearce.
Sunday School Administration, Professor
V. K. Billington, presiding; Spokane. "Open
ing and Closing Service." IT. K. Hail, Port
land; "Music and Special Days," H. C. Ep
- pipy, Salem: "The Workers' Conference,"
Charles R. Fisher, San Francisco; discussion
Sunday School Missions. George N. Taylor,
presiding. "What Missions Accomplish."
Rev. M. A. Parounagian. Salem: "How to
Interest the Class." Mrs. A. W. Delong,
Portland; "Offerings and Volunteers," Rev.
John R. Matthews, Seattle.
Adult Department, L. S. Hopflcld, presid
ing. "The Class and Social Service," Dr. J.
t. Sprlngston; "Workable Missionary Plans,"
Mrs. Clara O. Esson; "Numerical Increase,"
Rev. John !L Matthews; "Activities Sum
marized." W. C. Pearce.
f: Closing of each session.
:20 Fellowship banquet, all invited.
Plates BO cents. Special guests of honor:
Oovernor James B. Withycombe and our
speakers from outside the state. Toasts and
good social time. A. A. Morse, toastmaster.
Convention Church banquet hall.
8:00 Thursday evening at the Eleventh
strMt playhouse, grand Sunday school
pageant, presented by the Sunday schools of
.Portland, under the auspices of the Mult
nomah County Association. Direct,! bv
Mrs. M. A- Danenhower, assisted by George
I.. Baker. Tickets can be secured in ad
vance at state office, and will be on sale
at registration room.
Fifth Session, Friday Morning, April 30.
S:50 to 10:00 Three conference sessions in
Temperance and Good Citizenship, Zenas
A. Olson, presiding. "The Sunday School
ana ft. ury uregon," ij. L. Eddy; "Combat
ing the tse of Tobacco." Rev. Charles W
Hayes; "Impressive Instruction." Professor
F. F.. Blllington: discussion period.
F.vangrliem. Rev. E. W. Warrington, pre
siding, wpiniti! or roui winning," K, R.
MHrtln: "The Kvangelistic Teacher." I. W.
Williamson; "The Value of a Special De
cision Day," Rev. W. F. Oloeckner; dlscus
Home and Visitation, Mrs. John McDon
ald, presiding. "Winning the Home," Rev.
J. S. Cole; "Home Department and Family
Alt .r," Dr. J. V. Milliean; "Preliminary
isitation 1'ians. unaries tt. Fisher; dis
3o:05 Ten minutes of song, all in audi
torium. 10:15 "The Biblo Hour," Rev. W. W.
Toungson, D. J.
l:.-3 Address, "Bible School Possibil
ities." Professor F. K. Billington.
11:25 Address, "Geographical Realism,"
Mrs. M. A. Danenhower.
3 2 :00 Adjournment.
Sixth Session, Friday Afternoon.
1:80 Service of song and praUe, Mr.
1 :50 Address, "The Center of Attraction,"
Charles R Fisher.
2:20 Address ttopic to be selected), W.
3 :00 i.nec1al music.
3:10 Election ot officers arid business
3:80 A surprise.
8:4I Introductions and special messages.
4:00 Three sectional -schools of methods.
Elementary. Regular session of the Port
land Graded TTnlon of Sunday School Work
ers. Mrs. F. R. Cook, president, presiding.
Secondary or teen age, I. W. Williamson,
presiding. "The Graded Lessons for the Teen
Years." Professor F. E. Billington; "Class
Soclale and Social Service." Mrs. J. E. Fer
guson; "Week Day Work With My Class."
I. B. Rhodes: "The Teen Age for Jesus
ChrlBt." Rev. R. E. Jope.
Adult Department, L. S. Hopfleld, presid
ing. "Objectives and How Reached." Dr.
J. D. Springston; "Teaching and Directing
a Big Class," Mrs. A. L. Ford Warren, M.
r. ; "Bible Class Federation," Charles R.
Fisher; "Standards of Service," W. C.
S:20 Closing -of each section.
Seventh Session, Friday Krenlng.
T:30 Final song service with Mr. Hum
8 :0O Address, "New Demands on the
Sunday School Work," I. W. Williamson.
Special music and offering.
:85 Address. "What the Future Expects
of the Adult Class Movement." W. C.
Pearce, International superintendent.
Closing words. Rev. Jshn H. Boyd,
D. D.. pastor of Convention Church. Ad
HAMMOND. Or., April 17. (Spe
cial.) Rev. Alfred Bates will preach
here this morning and evening. The
revival meetings just closed have
added a large number of members to
the Methodist Church at Warrenton.
The Rev. I C. Elliott will preach In
Warrenton tonight. The Hammond
Ladies' Aid Society recently put con
crete blocks under the church and
built a kitchen for the use of the so
Rev. John H. Boyd to Be in
Own Pulpit Today. .
Interest High In Kevrly Oraranlr.ed
Men's Club of First Presbyterian
REV. JOHN H. BOYD, D. D., will be
in his pulpit at the First Presby
terian Church both morning and even
ing with strong sermons, and special
music. At 7:30 P. M. he will answer the
big question of the hour, "What's
Wrong With the World?" A special in
vitation is given to all who do not
regularly attend church, and to those
who have found a bad break in the
machinery of the world and are with
out means or knowledge to remedy
At the meeting of the current events
class. Chaplain F. K. Howard will speak
on "Commercialized Amusements,
Especially the Dancehall." The hour is
immediately after the morning service.
The pastor s hundred, a newly organ
ized club of men in the First Presbyter
ian Church, will meet with Dr. Boyd In
the church parlors on Tuesday night
for an hour of business and sociability.
Reports of mutual experiences will be
heard and new committees in various
lines will be appointed.
Dr. Boyd has several plans which are
to be laid before the men. Great' inter
est and enthusiasm are evident in this
new organization, which is composed
only of volunteer applicants, pledged
to definite service.
The second lecture by Professor Ewer,
of Reed College, on "Present-Day Phil
osophies," will be given in the chapel
of the First Presbyterian Church on
Monday night. The subject to be pre
sented this week is the philosophy of
Herbert Spencer, "Evolution, the Phil
osophy of Universal Development."
These lectures are purely for the infor
mation of the public, and are expo
sitions of the beliefs and theories of
world-famous thinkers, who have dif
fered widely in their teaching.
Professor Ewer is well known in
Portland as a thorough student of phil
osophy and a crowded house gathered
to hear his address on "Haeckle." last
The League of St. James Lutheran
Church meets for luncheon in the club
rooms at 6 o'clock tonight. -The mem
bers of the league and their friends
are invited. They will have charge of
the evening services.
The Brotherhood of St. James' Eng
lish Lutheran Church will give an en
tertainment, "The Deestrict Skule."
Wednesday night In the clubrooms of
the church. The first part of the pro
gramme will consist of musical num
bers of a high class.
Dr. A. C. Gaebelein to
Preach at White Temple.
Vlaltlngr Minister to Conduct Series)
of Services Throughout Week on
DR. W. B. HINSON will preach in
Vacouver. B. C, today and in his
absence Dr. A. C. Gaebelein will preach
in the White Temple. In the morning
his topic will be "The Acquired Glories
of Christ" and in the evening, "The
Way Into the Kingdom." Dr. Gaebelein
also begins his series of meetings,
which will bo the religious event of
Dr. Gaebelein comes with the Indorse
ment of such men as Ford C. Ottman,
D. D., Stanford, Conn.; W. B. Riley, D.
D., Minneapolis, Minn.: Mark Mat
thews, D. D., Seattle, Wash.; R. A. Tor-
rey, D. D., Los Angeles; James M. Gray,
D. D., Chicago, 111.; C. I. Scofield. D. D.,
Long Island. N. Y.; L. W. Munhall, D.
Dr. Gaebelein will speak every after
noon and evening during the week, with
topics as follows:
Monday, April 19, 3 P. M. "The
Three-Fold Work of Christ." His past
work. 7:45, "What Shall Be the End
of These Things."
Tuesday. April 20 3 P. M., "The
Three-Fold Work of Christ." His pres
ent work. 7:45, "The Future Work of
Wednesday, April 21 3 P. M.,' "The
Gospel of Matthew." 7:45, "The Great
Thursday, April 22 3 P. M., "The
Gospel of Matthew." The seven par
ables of the kingdom and their great
messages. 7:45 P. M., "The History of
the Church in the Light of Revelation
II and III."
Friday, April 23 3 P. M.. "The Mas
terpiece of God." 7:45 P. M "What
About the Millennium?" Will there be
a golden age? How and when will it
In the musical programme for the
White Temple services Molly Iadine
Pierce will assist the choir by playing
several numbers on the violin. The
Temple quartet will sing "Te Deum in
F (Kotchmar), at the morning serv
ice and a trio consisting of Pauline
Miller Chapman. Norman A. Hoose and
Hartrldge G. Whipp will sing "Praise
Ye," from "Attilla ' by verm.
In the evening the quartet will sing
the Anthem, "My Faith -Looks Up to
Thee" (Schnecker), with a violin obll
gato by Miss Molly Nadine Pierce. Mrs.
Chapman will sing "Hosanna" as an of
fertory. Mrs. "Virginia F. Hutchinson
will sing 'The Lord Is Risen" (Sulli
The revival meeting at the Sellwood
Nazarene Tabernacle, East Ninth street
and Spokane avenue, with Evangelists
Lewis and Mathews in charge, have
attracted wide interest. There will
be three services today. The meetings
will continue Indefinitely. The Rev.
H. C. Baker will continue the services
every evening except Saturday. Evan
gelist Sangdon will preach during the
week on several occasions.
Mrs. P. H. Bodkin, general field sea
retary of the Western division of the
Methodist Home Missionary Society,
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CHURCH 3IB AD WOMEN
ACTIVE IX AFFAIRS OF
Rev. C. O. McCulloch is the
newly elected president of the
Methodist Ministers' Association.
Rev. Frank L. Laveland, pastor
of the First Methodist Church,
gave an eloquent address on "Ef
ficiency." He was the principal
speaker at the Methodist Minis
ters Association meeting on
Mrs. C. Hansen is president of
the Searchers' class of Rose City
Park Methodist Church.
Dr. A. A. Morrison, rector of
Trinity Episcopal Church, will
hold an elaborate and Impressive
"peace" service this morning.
Rev. Charles A, Phipps, general
secretary of the Oregon State
Sunday School Association, will
be one of the speakers at the
state Sunday school convention
on April 28.
Miss Maxine Hembree'ls promi
nent in church and musical cir
cles. She entertained Trinity M.
E. choir recently.
was a visitor in Portland during the
week. She was honored guest at a re
ception held in the First Methodist
Episcopal Church. Mrs. tsodKln is also
a National vice-president of her society
and is a successful worker. She has
13 states, with 19 conferences, to over
see. From Portland she goes to Puget
Sound and then to Montana and prob
ably will go to San Francisco again
during the Summer. Her home is in
A novel entertainment was given by
the junior department of the Rose City
Park Methodist Sunday School Friday
night. It was "Parents' day." The
parents and others Interested in the
department were invited. A regular
opening service was given, following
which the different classes demon
strated certain features of the work
that they are doing, the object being
to show to the parents the work that
the Junior department is doing in or
der to secure their co-operation. The
department is superintended by Mrs.
J. Earl Else.
The following programme of ad
dresses will be given at the Portland
Methodist Ministerial Association:
April 19. B. J. Moadley, "Dante"; April
2. T. R. Ford, "Nationalization of Sectional
Questions ; May 1J, A. . uramer, Metnoa
lsm and Germans"; May 17. W. W. Young
son. "The Social Ufe of Christ"; May 24,
Adna W. Leonard, "The Church and the
Unemployed": May St, Mrs. Lrfla Ci. Bald
win, "The Oregon State Industrial School
for Women"; June 14, Bishop R. J. Cooke,
"A Glimpse at the Manuscripts"; June 21,
A. R. Maclean. "A Twentieth Century Study
of John Wesley"; June 28. Frank James,
"The Church and Motion Pictures. "
The Meteors, a boys" club organized
by F. J. Schnell, of the Mount Tabor
Methodist Episcopal cnurcn, nas elect
ed the following officers: President.
Erwln Miller; vice-president. Mark
Miller; secretary, Maurice Botkin;
treasurer, Joy Chase. Any boy who is
a member of the Sunday Bchool and is
between the age of 10 and 15 years is
eligible for membership. Under the
leadership of Mr. Schnell teams will be
organized to take part in various
athletic activities, and a good time gen
erally is the ambition of all concerned.
Tommorrow at noonT at Ellers Re
cital Hall, Dr. Perry Joseph Grejn will
deliver the third of a series of lec
tures upon "Prosperity to the Business
Men and Women of Portland." Subject:
"The Attitude of Mind Toward Money."
"The Yesterdays of America" is the
title of a play to be given Friday
evening, April 3. at the East Side
Baptist Church. East Twentieth and
Ankeny streets. Various characters
and scenes will be shown, depicting
historical events in . the history of
America, such as the landing of Colum
bus, the arrival at the Pacific Coast of
Lewis and Clark. One act is an old
fashioned quilting party. The play
will be varied throughout by' musical
numbers. humorous selections and
short narrative and descriptive
sketches. It is being given by the
Alpha class of young women and the
Pathfinders class of young men.
The Hidatsas is a new Indian club.
organized under the leadership of Mrs,
S r v.. - I " " I
Glenn Q. Townsend, and meeting every
two weeks in the clubrooms of the
First Presbyterian Church. All boys
and girls between the ages of 9 and
15 are eligible for membership. The
next meeting will be Friday at 3:15,
and. after the study hour and business
meeting, Frank Schwartztrauber, of the
Y. M. C. A., will lead the club in a
TACT AND HELPFULNESS
jNTEED OF PASTOR'S WIFE
Mrs. Frank L. Loveland Says Minister's Mate Must Be Helper in Church,
but Must Not 'Try to Run Things."
BY EDITH KNIGHT HOLMES.
"To be tactful and kind, thoughtful
of others, sisterly and a helper, but
not necesarily a leader these are the
requisites for a minister's wife."
This was the opinion of Mrs. Frank
Lafayette LovelAid, wife of the pastor
of the First Methodist Churcbe iven
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"hill hike." These are popular with
the girls as well as the boys, and are
helpful in creating a love of nature
and appreciation of the beautiful
environs of the city. All children in
terested In the study of the Indian and
in visiting his oldtime haunts are wel
come to come to the club meeting Fri
V -o. -v M
one sunny morning during the week
when I went to see her. She didn't
want anything written about her, for
she protested that she did but little
and deserved absolutely no praise.
In contrast to this statement is that
of several of the women of the con
gregation that "irs. Loveland is a "per-
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Wlj rr i r-t P-TM i
feet wonder and that her splendid ex
ample is an Inspiration for all the
"I have always tried to be a helper,
and never a mlllstcne," said Mrs.
Loveland. "but I have been as far us
possible a helper, not a leader. I think
it is a mistake for a minister's wife to
try to Tun things.' She isn t hired
any more than is the wife of any other
professional man. There are so many
splendid and capable women in our
church that I do not need to work as
hard as I might if things were differ
ent." Mrs. Loveland speaks with just pride
of her son and daughter. The former is
Dr. Forest Loveland. a successful
young physician of Topeka. Kan. The
latter. Miss Hazelle Lo Desca Love
land. Is a singer who has attracted
favorable attention in New York. She
s preparing to be a concert singer,
and the critics ore predicting a brill
iant future for her.
"She is to visit us this Summer.
said her mother, and there was an in
fintely happy expression on the sweet
facd of the speaker.
Mrs. Loveland wore a simple white
linen house dress and pretty cap. The
room in which she received me had a
homelike atmosphere. There was re
finement and hospitality and the feel
ing of harmony in the place.
Interest la im Mlsslosia.
"Home missions are my study. 1
have followed th history of the Home
Missionary Society of the. Methodist
Church with keen interest." said Mrs.
Loveland. "and I find them intensely
nterestir.g. The growth, of the work
is m- st encouraging."
A scrapbootc of stippinfirn compiled
by the pastor's wif is one of her
treasures. In it :s found a complete
history of the society, beginning with
a picture of Mrs. Lucy Webb Hayes,
the first president of the society.
The Lovelands were married in Iowa.
They were both interested In educa
tional work. Later he studied law. and
after that prepared for the ministry.
His general knowledge, his wife says,
made him able to think, act and preach
more successfully than if he had never
had these advantages.
Mrs. Loveland is a great admirer of
the scenery in this part of the world.
Early in the morning she frequently
takes a ride up to Council Crest to get
a view of the valley, mountains and
MmI Next to Church.
Of her Interest in educational mat
ters Mrs. Loveland says: "I have a
great sympathy for young people who
are in earnest and are trying to equip
themselves with a better education. 1
think that everyone who has an ambi
tion to learn should have a chance to
do so. Next to my church and my
family I am Interested in the boys and
girls who are struggling for an educa
tion, especially those who are working
asralnst great odds. For them my
heart goes out."
And those who know Mrs. Loveland
say that she has been Instrumental in
giving a helping hand to many. She
is a member of a sisterhood that ac
complishes a vast amount of good
along these lines.
"Mrs. Lovelami'a Interest in home
missions Is exemplified every day in
the many deeds of kindness and help
fulness that she does and in her un
failing aisterliness." This is the tribute
of one who knows her well.
German Zion Church Holds
First Anniversary Today.
Rev. F. W. Vojrt, of Beaverton, to
lie 1 rlool pal Spesker Cirowlh to
THE first anniversary celebration of
German Zlon Congregational Church
will be held today.
The church was organized in April.
1914, with a membership of about 130
Rev. J. H. llopp was called as pastor
and took charge of the church May 1.
Since that time the membership has
increased to more than 200.
The Ladies' Aid Socity has a mem
bership of 73 and is active in church
work. The Young People's Society, the
Boys' and Girls' Club and the Zion'a
Little Hustlers are taking a Pig inter
est in the church. The Sunday school
is making progress, and already has
a. membership Of 260.
At the anniversary today Rev. F. W.
Voart. of Beavercreek. will be the prln
clpal speaker at the morning service,
at 10:30. There will bo special music
by the children a choir of the churcn.
Dr. J. J. Staub will preach in the aft
ernoon. A solo will be rendered by
Miss Grace Crowe. Services will be
held at 2. A special programme will
be given by the young people of the
church at 7:30.
Charles Spencer, president of the
New Thoue-ht Young People's tjot-iety.
will lecture tomorrow at 7 P. M. In
Eilers recital hall on "My Life's Call-
At the New Thought Temple of
Truth In the Eilers building. Dr. Perry
.Tosenh Green will lecture this morn
ing and tonight upon the question of
"Uncle Sams Relation to tne unem
ployed and World's Peace." Appro-
nriate musical selections win ne ren
dered by Mrs. Clifford, Harry Parsons
and Mr. Streyffeler.
Owing to the rapid growth of the
First German Congregational Church in
to remodel and enlarge the churc-h.
This was mostly due to tne isrss in
crease in the choir which necessitated
a rearrangement or tne cnurcn, mere
w.. .u.ln Ka rhnl. wnnrtk Kimrlnlia HURT
. rhit.i.h .nrvirni arA hpinfir con
ducted in the basement of the church
while the work Is going on and the
workmen expect to finish by the lat
ter part of the month. The work is
to cost 1600.
A farewell service will be held in the
Third United Presbyterian Church, East
Thirty-seventh street, near Hawthorne
von ne tonieht at 7:45. lr. v. j
Spalding, after two and a half years of
service, will retire from tne active pas
During his ministry the membership
has been increased from 4 7 to more
than 100. and the work of the church
is well organized in all Its departments.
The theme of the farewell sermon Is.
"What I Have Tried to Preach, and
Dr. Spalding, with his family, will
make their home at Cedarhurst, King
County, Washington, a station on Puget
Sound, between Seattle and Tacoma.
St. Rose parish Is growing rapidly
and the church Is doing efficient work.
Father Cornelius Maher Is the priest
in charge and he has a large number
of loyal and devoted workers in his
parish. An evening party will be
given on TueBday at St. Rose Hall.
East Fifty-third street and Alameda.
Cards, dancing and music will be fea
tures. On April 23 the parish will
enjoy a dance at Vincent's Hall. These
social gatherings have proved a great
pleasure and a means of spreading the
spirit of friendliness among the young
and elder people.
Girls who are strangers In the city
or those who are lonely will receive
a cordial welcome at the Young Wom
en's Christian Association today at
4:30 o'clock, when the vesper services
will be held. Mrs. Maude Kenworthy
MacLean will give an address and mu
sic will be provided by Helen White,
Mary Westaway -and Slngard viron-
dahl. Girls of the department of'
household economics will usher and
servo tea after the service.
Florence Crawford will speak tonight
at 8 o'clock In the Tyrolean room of the
nenson. Her sublect will h -THir
Wealth In the Kingdom." Mrs. Eliza-
Detn tiona will sinsr.
The Pacific Christian Advocate con
tains an excellent cut of Rev. R. Elmer
Smith and another of his church, the
Sunnyside Methodist. This church has
gained more than 300 members in the
last six months.
Catholic College Anniver
sary Interests Many Here.
Archbishop Christie and Father
eorge Thompson Among Those to
Attend .atherlng ia Washing,
ton. 1. C
PORTLAND Catholics and many,
prominent Portland educators have
been Interested deeply In the 26th
anniversary of the Catholic College at
Washington. D. C. Archbishop Christie
and Father George Thompson, of tha
Church of the Madeleine, were among;
those fortunate In being able to at
tend the great gathering.
Tho Portland Knights of Columbus
will attend mass and receive com
munion on May 13 in the Immaculate)
In the Holy Rosary Church the chil
dren of the parish will receive com
munion at the 8 o'clock mass today.
In the tiacred Heart parish. St. Ann's
Society and the Young Ladies' Sodality,
will give a card party on Wednesday
St. Rose's parish has planned social
events for Tuesday and Friday nights.
St. Andrew's parish will hold a social
on Tuesday night.
The Catholic Church at Beaverton Is
planning for a dinner at tho church,
hall May 9.
On May 9 a large number of Knight
of Columbus will attend church in Mc
Minnvillo for special entertainment
Tho Btate convention of the Knights
will open the following day.
BROTHER SAVED FROM JAIL
Young Woman's Plea 1 Granted by
NORR1STOWN. Pa., April 10. Charged
with breaking open two slot machines
at Oak Lane station, Louis Stefano, 13
years old. after tne story told by a sis
ter, got his freedom. Juds'e Miller re
manded him to the custody of the sis
ter, under the care of the probation
officer of Montgomery County. The
parents of the boy are both in jail
The sister told the court that rlie was
one of a family of t ight children and
also how hard she found it as a for
eigner to get an education in America.
She said her parents Insisted on the
children working Instead of going to
school and getting an education. "I am
a dressmaker," said Miss Stefuno. "and
have an establishment with a dozen
MAN IS HANDCUFF QUEEN
lilaiicli Vashflr Telia St. IouU l'olice
lie Never Wore lanttJ.
ST. laOUIS, April 12. Blanch Vassal.
28 years old, who says he in a "hand
cuff queen,' in a carnival, was arrett
ed yesterday morning In Union tiuLiort
by Patrolman Venverloh on a charge
of wearing unsuitable attire.
The man was garbed .In women'i
clothing. At Central station he said he
had never worn anything: elrto, and let
ters in hia pot-ket bore out this state
ment He said he was on hia way to
Kant t. Louis to Join the carnival.
Captain O'Brien certified the man and
his clothes to Judse Hoyan in City
Court 1, -where he made the ame expla
nation. Tie was allowed to pro, on
promiHe that ho would not stop this
fcido of Kant tSt. Louts. He promised
"You m UHt chouse ht wfrj me and jour
R LTD YARD KIPLING.
Onn (lie old ciffarbox, jet tn a. Cuba tot.
For thing are running cruwwiyi, and Mas
fcio a nil I r out.
We qnrrH'l about Havmnas we fought
or a good cheroot,
And I know I exacting, and she Bay
1 am a brute.
Open th old cigarbox let rno consider a
In the soft blue of the vapor, musing
on Maesle's face.
Maggl- iu pretty to look at Maggie's a lov
But th- prettiest rheek must mrlnkle. the
truest of loves must pass.
There's peare In a Laranaga, there's calm In
a Uf-nry 'ltv.
But the bct cigar in an hour is finished
and thrown away
Thrown awav fnr another as perfect snd
rip and brown
But I could not throw away Maggla for fear
o talk, u' the town!
Maggie, my wife at 50 gray and dour and
With never another Maggie to purchase for
love or gold!
For Maggie has written a letter to give Tne
my choice between
The w-e little whtinperinr Love and the
great god Nick o Teii.
And I have been servant of Lovb for barely
a t wel vemontu clear,
But I have been I'rU tu of Fartagas a mat
ter of seven ear;
And the gloom of my bachelor days is
flecked with the cheery lls-ht
Of et'jmps that I burned to Friendship and
i'ltasure and Work and Fight.
An I I turn my eyes to the future that M aff
ile and I must prove.
But tho only light on the marshes Is the
WIII-o-tlie-Vhp of Love.
Will U see rne safe through my Journey r
leave me horr"d in the mire?
Since a puff of tobacco can cloud It shall
I follow the fitful fire?
Open the old ctgarbor let me consider
Old friend, and who Is Maggie that Z
should abandon you ?
A minion fl-jrplun Maggies are willing to
bear the yoke:
And a woman Is onlv a woman, bat a good
cigar is a smoke.
UkM me another Cuba; I hold to my flrat-
If Mawete w-ill have no rival, I'll have no
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