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THE SUNDAY OREGOXTAN. PORTLAND, OCTOBER 31, 1913.
YISITIKG SUNDAY SCHOOL DELEGATES OCCUPY PULPITS TODAY
Efficiency and Fellowship Are Aims of Workers Who Will End Conference in Portland Wednesday Clarkson Clothier One of Distinguished Visitors Interesting: Addresses Are Given.
i FFICIENCY and fellowship are
aims of the missionaries.
Church workers and pastors who
are attending the third conference of
the American Sunday School Union
which will continue until late Wed
nesday afternoon. The conference
opened In the Toungr "Women's Chris
tian Association on Thursday with the
superintendent. Rev. E. R. Martin, pre
siding. One of the features of the
opening days was the Scripture leader
ship of the Rev. A. L. Hutchison.
Two of the most distinguished men
present are Clarkson Clothier, vice
president of the American Sunday
School Association, and Rev. G. P. Wil
liams, L. E., secretary of missions, both
Today several of the visiting mis
sionaries will occupy the pulpits of
various churches in the city.
One of the speakers on Friday waa
Rev. II. O. T. Burkwall, of the British
and . Foreign Bible Society, of Canton,
China. He gave an interesting account
of the work in the Orient.
Mr. Clothier gave one of the helpful
a-ddresses of the conference. This is
hit, first visit to Portland, and he is
delighted with the spirit of en
The American Sunday School Union
was established a-s a state society in
1S17 and as a National society in 1824.
Jts aim is to have a Sunday school in
every community, to distribute help
ful literature and to care adequately
for the otherwise unreached.
The programme for the rest of the
conference f ol lows:
Monday 9:30 A. M-, devotions; 10. 'A
Clear Aim in Sunday School Work" (From
the new Teacher Training Book): 11, BiWe
lecture; "Hebrews," Dr. Hutchison; 12,
luncheon, tearoom. V. W. C A.; 2, devo
tions, Daniel Dupertuis, Centra lia. Wash. ;
2:30, "The Man and His Task." Rev. George
. Peacock, Biackfoot, Idaho; 3, "Mo
tives, Preparation and Rewards In Fishing
for Men." hov. It. Elmer Smith, D. D
Fortland ; 3:3i, address. Dr. George B.
Pratt, Portland ; 4,, round table: The Mis
sionary as a Christian," Mr. Pepper; "The
, Missionary as a Student, Mr. Smith; ''The
Missionary as a Soul Winner," Mr. Tif
fany; "The Mifsiouary in His Home and
Community," Mr. Allen; "The Missionary;
His Means of Travel." Mr. Dupertuis.
Tuesday 9:30 A. M., devotions; 10. "In
spiration for Sunday School Workers (From
the new Teacher Training Book ) ; 1 !,
Bible lecture: "Hebrews," Dr. Hutchison;
12, luncheon, tearoom Y. W. C. A.; 2. praise
service, Mr. Hillis; 2::H), address, John H.
Kudd, ti-state boys secretary Y. M. C. A.,
Portland : 3, "Shall Our Schools Adopt the
Constitution?" Mr. BJxby; 3:30, "Sunday
School Conventions for Our Schools, Mr.
Jtohrbrough ; 4, round table, Our Sunday
Schools": "How 1 Find Needy Places," Mr.
Dupertuis; "How I Get a Crowd," Mr. Blx
by; "My Message (in the First Meeting),"
Mr. Peacock; Introducing Our Literature."
Mr. Smith; "How 1 Get Reports," Mr.
Evening S. illustrated lecture. "The Man
of Nazareth," Mr. Martin.
Wednesday 0:30 A. M.. devotions; 10,
open ; hour; 11. Bible lecture, "Hebrews,"
Dr. Hutchison; IS. luncheon, tearoom Y.
W. C. A.: IT, praise service. Mr. Smith;
2:'-i0. "Keeping Our Work Before the Peo
ple." Mr, Crymes; 3, 'DistributIn$; Books
and Tracts," Mr. Dupertuis; 3:30, "Com
bating isms,," Mr. G. W. Rohrbough. Al
bany, or. ; 4. round table, "Evangelistic
Meetings." "When and Where," Mr. Allen;
"With Whom I stay," Mr. Pepper; "Getting
Help." Mr. Crymes; "Pastoral Work," Mr.
Hlllls; "What 1 Preach," Mr. Tiffany: "Es
tablishing New Converts." Mr. Rohrbough.
The Portland Christian announces for
the First Christian Church:
A workers" together committe has been,
formed, whose duties are many and varied.
The committee organized by electing Miss
Harriet Moorenouse, chairman, and Miss
Jeah McCune, secretary. The other mem
bers of the committee are: B. C. Darnall,
Frank Nase, H. M. Haller, A. H. Averill.
F. C. Eelbold, G. H. Grombacher, G. F.
Alexander, F. W. Beach, A. E. Meserve. R.
C. powell, J. F. Faust, Carl B. Brown. C.
J. Wlnchell. R. E. Brlstow. G. E. Baker.
D. R Norton. E. S. Muekley. F. G. Kin.;, i
O. M." Murphy, Mra. Gus C. Moser, Dr. W.
. Flack, Dr. A. E. Kidd. Carl M. Uttle, J.
F. Woodard, Mrs. A. J. Fanno, M. B. Meach
am. The committee will meet at tho close
of the Sunday morning service in the Sun
day school room.
The newly-elected officers of the Sister
hood are: President. Mrs. Gus C. Moser;
v t.-e-presidents. Mrs. Frank Nase, Mrs. Kate
Jtanlz, Mrs. Frank Moore, Mrs. C. W. Mad
dux: secretary. Mrs. G. Everett Baker;
treasurer. Mrs. Will F. Powell; superintend
ent of the cradle roll. Miss Georgia Parker.
The Sisterhood Is starting up on a year of
great work under these officers.
All yountf people are invited to the Hal
loween party, which tho Endeavorers will
pive on Tuesday evening. November 2. in
the church parlors. It will be a masquer
ade purtv and a royal pood time Is guaran
teed. No one will be admitted who is not
Our Endeavorers have started an Endeav
or Society at the Chinese Christian Mission.
The organization was effected Friday even
ing. October 2'2, by four of the members
of our society, meeting with eight young
Chinese people. The constitution was read,
discussed and adopted. The following of
1 leers were elected: President. Louie Dip;
vice-preside nt. DaUy Luck; secretary. Fan
nie Lee ; treasurer, Lra Bong. The society
will meet every Sunday evening from tJ:30
to t oolock.
The subjects of" the sermons at the
First Christian Church this morning
will be "All Things Are Yours," and in
the evening, "Greatness in the King
dom." George Darsie, the pastor, will
"Homecoming' day will be observed
by the First Christian Church, Sunday,
November 7. ' An effort is being made
to have all the members of the church
nt the services on that day. It will
be a "family gathering. The Sunday
school and the Christian Endeavor So
ciety will observe the day. Special
programmes and sermons will feature
the day's services.
At the evening service of "Homecom
ing day," Rev. George Dnrsie will begin
a series of sermons on the Bible as
November 7. "What the Bible Is For";
November 14. "Why the Bible Is True";
November 21. "Why the Bible Is Suf
ficient" ; November 28, "How All Can
Vnderstand the Bible"; December 5,
"Hov the Bible Comforts"; December
12. "Why the Bible will Never pass
Sunday. November 21, is the day set
aside by the Pope for prayers and of
ferings for the sufferers in Poland,
When Archbishop Christie returns he
will give out the plans for the observ
ance of the day. The archbishop was
called East recently on account of the
illness of his sister.
lirv. 11. C Jennings, head of the
Methodist Bok Concern, who addressed
the open air Methodist meeting last
Sunday. also addressed the Methodist
Ministerial A sswociation at the First
Church lust Monday. Later In the day
he was-the guest of Robert H. Hughes,
editor of the Pacific Christian Advocate,
on a tour of the Columbia River High
way. ReY. George Mains, also of the
Book Concern, was ti guest. He gave
the important address at the Minister
ial meeting, which was received with
Among the growing activities of the
Christian Universalis Church at Broad
way and Kast Twenty-fourth street
h. large place must be giver for the
work with children and youths. A
.1 unior Christian Union has been
launched under the direction of Mrs.
. D. Corby. The young people are
greatly interested in the study, which
takes the fo-m of a trip around the
world, visiting the various missionary
stations iu foreign lands. Robert Bar
bour is the president, and has a capa
ble corps ot' assistants..
A woman's quartet is one of the new
delights in the services, and is greatly
enjoyed. The personnel is Miss Ziska
Ayres. Mrs. J. H. Barbour. Miss Leon a
Mourton and Miss Williams, who is
A merry Halloween party was en
joyed by .the young folks Saturday,
with Dr. and Mrs. Corby as hosts.
Novel games and good Units made the
hours pass quickly. ' " "
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Left to Illdhf (Standing:) G. W. RohrbuSh, Albany. Or.; Rev. W. hi. Smith,
Mrdfordi Rev. V. p. Allen. McMlnnvllle, J. e. Crimea. La tirande; E. V.
Hllln. Rev. F n. F-ladley, H. O. T. Burkwtll, Canton, China I A. S. Bixby.
Mlddlcton, Idaho) I. Dupertula, Centralla, Wut.g Rev. S. Karl DnBoln. A.
Uupertnla. Rev. K, J. Tiffany, Lraliton, Idaho ; Rev. II. E Cox. .Portland.
(Seated Rev. Ci. W. Pepper, Seattlei Charlotte Rllaabeth Martin. Ilansh
ter of Superintendent Martini Rev. G. D. Peacock, Blackfoot, Idaho; Rev.
A. L.. Hutchlnon, Clarkson Clothier. Philadelphia! Rev. K. R. Martin. Su
perintendent Vpper Coast Dlatricti Dr. (ieorse P. Wllllama, Philadelphia;
Mra. Martin, Mra. I V. Dickey. Rev. A. A. Hurd. Insert Dr. Wllllama.
Secretary, and Clarkaon Clothier, Vlce-prealdent, American Sunday School
Presbyterian Church Secre
tary to Start Work.
Richard Randall Xakes Charge of
Office Many ISeiv Plana BelnK
Laid for Seaaon.
THE new assistant. Richard E. Ran
dall, will be In his office at the
First Presbyterian Church. 454 Alder
street, beginning tomorrow. Mr. Ran
dall's acquaintance in the congregation
already is broad and he enters the
work under every promise of large
success. Many new plans are in prep
aration, to be launched during the sea
son, the first among them being the
reorganization of the First Presbyteri
an Chorus, which operated with such
success the past Winter.
The final sermon in a series of re
markable interest on "The Facts of
Life" will be preached on Sunday even
ing by Rev. John H. Boyd. D. D., at
7 :B0 o'clock, from the pulpit of the
First Presbyterian Church, corner
Twelfth and Alder streets. This ser
mon is a study of "The Fact of Death
and Earth's Incompleteness," and will
show the entrance of death and its
meaning in nature, its original neces
sity and kindliness, its shadow and
horror to man, and finally tne ena ot
its reign and the triumph of life.
It is requested that the congregation
be prompt in coming at 7:30 o'clock,
so that the interest of the servce need
not suffer from interruption. Joseph
P. Mulder will sing a tenor solo. "Call-
est Thou Thus. O Master?' and tne
quartet will sing Morses Deautiiui
anthem. "I beheld, and Lo: Tne morn
ing service is at 10:30 o clock, and tne
pastor will preach a sermon which is
of special interest to those who are out
in the actual world of today, and are
finding the pathway of right living
very narrow and difficult. The publit
it invited to hear Dr. Boyd on "Christ's
Challenge to Every Man's Life."
Rev. W. O. Shank to Discuss
City Problems in Sermons.
East Side Baptist Church Pastor An
nounces New Serica of Themea.
REV. W. O. SHANK, pastor of the
East Side Baptist Church, will
preach a series of sermons on Sunday
nights during November on the eco
nomical and social questions pertaining
to Portland and its citizens.
The following subjects will be used
in the series of sermons:
November 7 "Can a Young Man Suc
ceed in Portland?"
November 14 "Can a Young Woman
tfAi,A i : .t in Portland?"
--r.vmber 21 "How Can Portland
sz.lv. n Unemployed Problem?"
November 28 "After the Saloon Goes.
At the Baptist state convention, held
recently at Eugene. Mr. Shank was
chosen chairman of a social service
...MnmKsinn 10 enlist the churches in
tho nrnctical side of Christianity.
Those addresses will be free to all.
The East Side Baptist Church is one
nf the most progressive in the city.
Dr. Shank is up to date in his ideas
nd a. leader.' He has frequently Deen
aDDolnted on important committees
among the state Baptists.
Central Christian Church
Has Last Services Today.
New Orsanization to Be Operated on
No-Debt Basla and Many Activities
TODAY the Central Christian Church
will hold its last services in the
building at Kast Twentieth and Salmon
streets. After today the i-ast sKie
Christian Church will be formed. The
old organization will be discontinued.
The church was heavily in debt some
time ago and lost its building. The Rev.
A. L. Crlm, pastor, in speaking of plans
for the future, said: "We will endeavor
to keep, out of debt. A heavy weight
such as wc had taK.es. all courage from
The Sisterhood of the new church
plans a baaaar for the near future to
start raising funds. Elaborate plans
for this event are being made.
Sunday school class No. 3. Loyal
Workers of the Central Christian
Church, met recently with Mrs. R. H.
Bennett. Comforters were tied for
the bazaar which will be held about
November 13. The next meeting will
be with Mrs. Cassell. New York Apart
ments, on East Seventh and Belmonv
At the meeting of the Brotherhood of
the First Congregational Church to be
held Monday night Rev. M. J. ienenga,
formerly president of Northland Col
lege. Northland, Wis., will, deliver an
address on "Christian Education and
Community Enlightenment Through
Self-Supporting Student Industries."
Mr. Fenenga has had success in the de
velopment of student industries in con
nection with college work. His own
history and the history of his success
ful administration of Northland College
is interesting. Hartridge G. Whipp will
sing, and Paul A. Cowgill. secretary of
the Portland Realty Board, will enter
tain the men with a sleight-of-hand
The church services at the Mount
Tabor Methodist Church will be in
charge of Chester A. Lyon Sunday
evening. He will tell of the work he is
doing for boys on his farm located at
Lebanon, Or. Lantern slides will be
used to illustrate the lecture.
District Epworth Cabinet
Reports on Work.
Ily la Arranged for December 2 at
Mount Xabor Methodist Episcopal
THE District Cabinet of the Epworth
League met at the Y. M. C. A. Mon
day night. Members from the cabinets
of University Park, Woodlawn and
Mount Tabor were present. The re
ports of the ofTicers show that the
leagues are in good shape. The treas
urers reported a total up to date of
Mo. 50 in the treasury.
The district rally will be held De
cember 3 at the Mount Tabor Methodist
Episcopal Church. The contest for the
banner will be final and the winner will
be entitled to hold the banner. The
average will be obtained by averaging
the percentage present and also the ex
act number. Each league contesting
must send Mr. Chilson. corresponding
secretary, the membership by or on No
The chapters are looking forward to
an especially beneficial week beginning
November 7. "Win My Chum" week
means much time and effort if it is to
be successful. Trinity. X. niversitv Park
Sellwood and Mount Tabor are doing
considerable work. Mount Tabor wi
have only three nights the first of the
week, but these meetings will be led
by speakers from the city.
This ha3 been an exceptionally busy
week In the various leagues, for they
have planned some form of Halloween
party. The usual gypsies, goblins and
spirits are helping to make the even
ing enjoyable. University Park. Sell
wood. Trinity. Epworth. Woodlawn,
Centenary and others are especially
The Bethany Chapter of the Epworth
Church held a business meeting and so
cial at Miss Dorothy Larsen's home,
who is the fourth vice-president. Their
meeting was marked by the fact that
quite a number who are not members
of the league were there. They have
formed a girls' sewing club and are
planning to do practical work. They
want to know the names of two or
three families who need clothes and
food and they will help them.
They have decided that the prize li
brary will be helpful, so have gone Into
the contest with energy and are send
ing warning to all other leagues.
song3. readings, games and finally re
freshments helped to make the evening
a pleasant one.
The Japanese young people have
asked for fraternal privileges in the or
ganlzed bpworth League.
Central Church will be the scene of
a literary and musical programme. The
Presidents Association has appointed
committee to complete the plans.
Miss Willard. Mr. Scott and Mr. Gill
have chosen November Id for the date.
The nst vice-presidents met at the
home of Carrol Day. Tuesday night.
Any first vice-presidents who are hav
ing difficulty at home sihould attend
these meetincrs. where the problems are
discussed. These meetings are held
every fourth Tuesday at Mr. Day's.
The institute committee took charge
of the league sjrvice at Epworth Sun
day night. The meeting was well at
tended and about 12 desire to attend
institute at Salem. Mr. Schnell talked
on the spiritual advantage. Mr. Gill the
social side and Mr. Scott the educa
tional. The committee will be working
at home for three weeks.
The usual monthly business and so
cial meetings of the federated Bible
classes of the First United Brethren
Church. East Fifteenth and East Mor
rison street, met at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. O. Zeigler. 1074 East Bel
mont street. October 26.
The speaker of the evening. E. H.
Rosenthal, organizer of the Christian
Peace Association, was listened to with
marked attention on the subject. "Ob
jects and Motives of the Association."
Mr. Rosenthal is a forceful speaker
and makes a strong plea for his cause
A number of visitors were present be
sides the regular attendants of the
Dr. Frank Loveland to Give
Sermon of Series Tonight.
Review to Be Made of "Hamlet" at
. Evening Service While Addresses
on Ancient Lyrics of Church
Will Be Thursday Klsht Feature.
ON Sunday nights Dr. Frank L. Love
land is delivering a series whlc.i
he terms "Preaching by PulDitless
Preachers: pr, Some Sermons by Great
Souls." . The third in this series will
be given tonight at 7:30. and the sub
ject will be "Shakespeare's Weak
Soul; or. Hamlet, the Crownless Dane."
These reviews of great books, given in
nis own language and his own inter
pretation, are growing in interest, as
is shown by the increased attendance
In the morning Dr. Loveland will
preach on "The Law of Spiritual Prog
ress." Taking the place of the regular mid
week prayer meeting. Dr. Loveland
has inaugurated a series of addresses;
on "Ancient Lyrics, Carols and Hymns
of the Church," which he is giving
every Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
The lecture is followed by a social half
hour, at which refreshments are served.
The first in the series wae given last
Thursday evening, and the refresh
ments were served by tne Ladies' Ala
Society. More than 300 were in attend
ance. The subjects for the remaining
Thursday evenings, together with the
November 4 "The Hymns of the
Reformation"; the Bereans.
November 11 "Some Old English
Hymns"; finance commission.
November 19 "Hymnology of tho
November 25 "Royal Music of the
. December 2 "Some Hymns by Great
Poets"; the "J. O. C.s."
December 9 "Some Hymns by Great
Women"; the Builders.
December 16 "The Hymns Our
At this last service 12 mothers,
dressed in white, will be the hostesses.
A "hymnal chorus" of 16 voices will
assist in illustrating the above themes.
The annual Sunday school meeting of
the church was held last Wednesday
evening. The banquet was served by
the Ladles' Aid at 6:30 o'clock. D.
Loveland presided. After the reports
of the officers, it was decided to adopt
the graded system for the Sunday
school and this will be carried out
when the new temple is ready for oc
cupancy. Officers were elected as fol
lows: Superintendent. Professor C. A.
Rice. Asistants as follows: In charge
of teachers. C. D. Minton; grades. Misa
Jessie Skinner: music, R. A. Prudden;
visitors, A. King Wilson and Mrs. I. N
Garman; records. B. A. Green; cradle
roll. Mrs. J. H. Watson; beginners. Mrs.
J. R Greenfield; primary, Mrs. H. T.
Greene; Junior. Mrs. C. D. Minton;
senior. Mrs. E. S. Miller: home 1epart
ment Mrs. C. F. Strahley; recording
secretary. Miss Winnifred Bassett; en
rollment secretary. Miss Adeline Smith:
corresponding secretary. Miss Edna
Sperryi treasurer, Edward Britton:
librarian, Helen Witter; organist. Miss
Frank L. Brown. American secretary
of the World's Sunday school conven
tion, will be In this city on Sunday.
November 14. and a big Sunday school
rallv will be held at First Church at
3 o'clock in the afternoon. This will
be participated in by all the Methodi3i
churches of the city.
St. James' Lutheran Church
Reformation Services Will He Held
This Morning Sunday School Will
E FORMATION services will be cele-
Church this morning at 11 o'clock. The
Sunday school will participate in the
The Cdlumbia Central Luther League
was well attended at St- .James' Lu
theran Church last Saturday and Sun
day. The local is making' plans for a
more active campaign during the com
ing year. Miss Mathisen will lead the
meeting on Sunday evening, and the
monthly business and social meeting
will be held at the parsonage on Tues
day, November 9.
The October meeting of the Young
Ladies' Guild of St. James' Lutheran
Church was held at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. H. J. Fisher, on Lovejoy
street, and was entertained by Miss
Lardon. The meeting was well at
tended and plana were made for the
Dr. J. .T. Staub. pastor of the Sunny
side Congregational Church, will take
for his subject tonight "Wrecked."
This is the third in a series of Sunday
night discourses on the general theme,
"The Voyage of Life." Special music
accompanies these sermons. The pub
lie is cordially welcome.
A chorus concert with a programme
of exceptional merit will be given at
the Sunnyslde Congregational Church
Friday, November 5. in which the choir
will be assisted by members of the
Rose Festival and Chautauqua chorus.
Special soloists and other attractions
will make this a great occasion for all
Lloyd R. Carrick, president of the
Portland Christian Endeavor Union,
and several of his associate officers and
workers will conduct a Christian En
deavor conference today from 3 to 5
o'clock at the Third United Brethren
Church. corner East Sixty-seventh
street and Thirty-first avenue South
cast. These workers also will lead the
Christian Endeavor meeting at 6:30
o'clock and conduct the regular evening
service at 7:30 o'clock.
Rev. Archibald Mackintosh, of Se
attle, a converted engineer who drove
the Scottish Fast Mail, but since his
conversion several ye&rs ago has been
successful, as pastor and evans.ellst,
will begin a series of evangelistic meet
ings at the Highland Baptist Church,
commencing next Monday. Come and
hear him sing at the Highland Baptist
Church, corner of Sixth and Alberta
streets. Rev. Charles F. Mieir. pastor.
Mrs. A. W. DeLong, assistant pastor
at the White Temple, will give a series
of Bible talks on "Women of the
Bible," at the Y. W. C. A., beginning
next Thursday, at 10 A. M.. In the
Bible-room, and continuing for six
weeks on each successive Thursday.
All women invited.
Men's Club Forms at Central
S'tw Organisation Electa Officers
and Revises Constitution Used by
IN the Central Presbyterian Church
on Wednesday night, at East Thir
teenth and Pine streets, the Men's Club
was formed, of the men's organizations
In the old Third and Hawthorne Park
Churches, which were combined about
six months ago. The joint congrega
tion is now known as 'the Central
The constitution of the men's club
of the old Third Church was adopted
with slight changes, and the following
officers were elected: Pl-estdent, H. L.
Camp: vice-president, J. G. Bennett;
secretary-treasurer, K. A. Holloway;
associate secretary, Arthur Collis. The
next meeting will be held November
16. At the beginning of the recent
meeting. Rev. L. K. Grimes advised the
club to take up the Big Brotherhood
Mrs. Florence Crawford opens her
work for the Winter tonight at S
o'clock. It is planned to have a "Hal
loweed evening" in the Tyrolean room
of the Hotel Benson, and all "are wel
come to -attend. Mrs. Crawford will
relate her experiences in California
during the Summer. E. P. Rosenthal
will give a short address and Mrs.
Elizabeth Bond will sing. The place
oi tne regular meeting will be an
nounced at this time.
Economic and social questions per
taining to the City of Portland and its
citizens will be discussed , during the
month of November at the East Stde
Baptist Church, Twentieth and East
Ankeny streets, by the pastor. Rev. W.
The following addresses will be given
on Sunday evenings: November 7. "Can
a Toung Man Succeed in Portland?"
November 14. "Can a Young Man Make
Good In Portland?" November 21. "How
Can Portland Solve Her Unemployed
Problem?" . November S3, "After the
Saloon Goes, What?"
A social service commission was or
ganized at the recent Baptist conven
tion in Eugene to enlist the churches In
the practical side of Christianity, and
Rev. Mr. Shank was chosen chairman.
Dr. Howell, who has charge of the
Deaconess Asosciation for the United
States, will be In Portland Sunday, No
vember i. The Epworth League is par
tluularly fortunate, for he has prom
ised to meet with all young people who
are Interested In oeaconess and mission
work, and every cabinet officer should
attend this meeting. This will be an
informal meeting and everyone is
asked to bring the troublesome ques
tions with him for Dr. Howell to dis
"The Charm of the Sacrificial" wil
be Drl Luther R. Dyott's theme in the
First Congregational Church Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock. His special
theme in the evening will be "God'
Strong Man," which is the second ser
mon in the series on the general theme.
"Lndam-iged Goods. There will be
special music rendered by the quartet,
morning and evening. The morning
service is preceded by the Bible school,
which Is held in the church parlors at
9:50 A. M.. with J. L. Bowlby as super
intendent. ""Miss Margaret Bates and
Miss Adele Dyott have charge of the
beginners' and primary departments.
The Bible school orchestra, under the
leadership of Dr. W. O. Spencer, Is one
of the many splendid features of this
school. The Christian Endeavor meet
ing is hld in the church parlors at 6:30
P. M. Strangers in the city are cor
dially invited 'to attend all of these
The Young ' People's Society ' of the
First Congregational Church gave a
most attractive Halloween party in the
parlor of the church Friday evening.
The young people of this society are
most active in the social and religious
life of their church, and make all
young people who are strangers ii.
Portland and who attend their Sunda
evening meetings or their entertain
ments feel welcome.
At the Y. W. C. A. vesper service
Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock Rev.
W. J. Beaven. of the Third Baptist
Church, will be the speaker. The sub
ject. "Home Problems of the Ameri
can Church." will be illustrated with
the stereoptlcon. Miss Edith Young
will sing. Social hour. 5:30.
The all-day meeting of the women's
societies of Mount Tabor Methodist
Episcopal Church will be held at the
home of Mrs. E. Olin Eldridge. 1607
East Stark street. The social hour at
noon will give an opportunity for be
coming acquainted, and all friends In
Sunday Church. Services
(Services of this denomination are held on
Central. East Eleventh and Everett Elder
P. C. Hay-ward, pastor. Sabbath school. 10;
preaching-. 11; prayer meeting. Wednesday
evening, 7:30-8:30; y. P. S.. Friday even
Tabernacle. Weit Side. Knights of Pythiaa
Hall. Eleventh and Alder H. M. St. John.
pautor. Sabbath school. 10; preaching, 11;
lecture, 7:45; Sunday evening special servlcea.
:4j; district prayer meeting. v eanesaay
Montnviaa. East Eighttetu ana liverett J.
F. Beatty, local elder. Sabbath school. 10;
preaching. 10: Y. P. meeting. 4; prayer
meeting, Wednesday. 7:30; Helping i.and
Society. 1:30 Tuesday.
Lents, Ninety-fourth street and 1'lity-
elghth avenue Southeast D. J. Cliltwood,
local elder. Sabbath school. 10; preaching.
11 : prayer meeting. Wednesday evening, to.
SL Johns. Central avenue and narieston
street E. L. Hurlburt. local elder. Sabbaia
school. 10; preaching. 11; prayer meeting.
Wednesday evening, s.
M Ta (.nr Kast Sixteenth ana ueimoni
C. J. Cummlngs, pastor. Sabbath school, lo:
preaching. 11; prayer meeting, vv eanesaay
Alblna Grm.n. SKiamore una Manory
A. C Schweitzer, local elder. Sabbath
school. 10:30: preaching. 11:30: Sunday even
ing special services, s; prayer nieewus.
Wednesday evetlng. 8.
Scandinavian. Tr.irty-nintn avenue "u
Sixty-second mreet Uloer O. E. Sandnes.
pastor. Sabbath scnool. lo; preacning. .
prayer meeting, Wednesday evening, 7:45.
Spiritual Temple, corner sixth and Mont
gomery streets Services Tuesday aiternoon
2:3'l P il.. Tuesday evening at s jm-.
Sunday morning. 11 A. SI. : special music.
Public cordially lnvitea.
ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS.
Meetings In Woodmen of the World Hall.
East Sixih and Alder 1:43. c:nsa talks: 3.
discourse by N. W. Lewton. "The Church's
Mathematics;' 4:po, praise ana testimony
meeting; 7:15. song service; :3U. pudhc lec
ture. "Where Are the Ueud ?" by Norman.
M. Lewton. .
First, White Tempi"!. Twelfth and Taylor
street?. Rev. W. B. Hinson, u. u.. minister
ft:.-.o Rible schoo:. cusses lor au uau. ii.
preaching by Ir. Hinson, theme, "The Great
est Question Men Ever Asked or Ood Ever
Heard; 1. : 1 o. Baptist loung r-eopie umoii.
- .i t nreacn.liff oy ur. runson, memo, a ue
Source That Damns IMvorce."
East Side. Kast -v.enuein ana Auneuy
street Ftev. W. O. Shank, pastor lo. sun
day school; 11. -address by Rev. G. L. Tufts,
superintendent of One Day In Seven Rest
Society and Anti-Cigarette League for the
farltlc L uaBi; o:oJ. x. i. . i. . . . .
preaching by the pastor, theme, "Jesus and
That Woman at Jacob's Well."
Arleta. Rev. W. T. S. Sprlggs. pastor
10, Sundav tchool; 11. preaching by the
pastor, theme. "Men Whom Jesus Can
Trust": 6:0. B. Y. P- C; 7:oO. preaching by
tin. naitor. theme. "Tne Second Covenant.
Calvary, East Eighth and Grant streeta
10. Sunday school; 11 ud i :J0, preacning oy
Rev. A. Lawrence Black, a former pastor;
0:30. B. Y. P. V.
Giencoe. East Forty-fifth and Main streets.
Rev. A. B. Waltz, pastor 0:45, Sunday
school- 11. address by Miss Ruby Weyburn;
tt:3W. B. Y. P. V.: 7:30. preaching by the
pastor, theme. "Beaten Oil
Highland, Alberta and East Sixth street
North. Kev. unanes r. Jicicr, yaoiui u,
Sunday school; 11, preaching by the pastor,
. in Irtral Church " : :3l). B. Y. P. C:
7:30, preaching by the pastor, theme, "The
Reformation of a Thief."
Tabernacle. Forty-second and Holgate
streets. W. S. car w:3lt. Sunday school; 11,
Sunday school rally, theme, "Finding the
Book"; :3C. Junior B. Y. P. U. : :43, B. Y.
p l; 7:45. preaching by Rev. Walter Duff,
theme, "A King Sinner."
Grace. Montuvilla, Her. II. T. Cash, pas
tor -43. Sunday school; 11 and 7:30,
ureachlng services; :3u, B. Y. P. U.
ieutB Rev. J. M. Nelson, ' pastor 10, Sun
dav scnool: 11 and 7:3o. preaching by the
pastor; :3. B- Y. P. U.
Sellwood. Eleventh street and Tacorna ave
nue. KeV. X. - - -'- .-u.Junj
school : preaching at 1 1 and 7:30; 6:30, B.
Y p XT
St. Johm, Rev. E. P. Borden, pastor
io Sunday school: 11 and 7 ::iO. preaching
by the paator: d-oO. B. Y. P. U. f
Third Vancouver avenue and Knott
street. Rev. V.'. J. Bctven, iastor 10. Sun
day school: 11 and 7:HU, preachlns by tne
oast.T. :., B. Y. P. V.
University Park. Fiske and Drew streets.
Rev C I Heskett, pastor ti:o0, Sunday
school:" 11 and 7:30. preaching; by tlia pas
tor: :30. B- Y. P. U.
Mount O'tvet. Seventh and Everett streets.
Rev. W. A. Magfett. pastor Services 11 and
S; Sunday chool. i2:.i.
Fl-st German, Fourth and Mil! treets.
Rev. Jacob Kratt. pastor 0:4.". Sunday
school; 11 and 7:3o. preaching by the pastor.
gAcoDd German. Morris and Rodney 9:4.,,
Sunday school , preaching- services, 11 and
S; B. Y. P. IT- 7.
SU Johns, German. Rev. F. Bueermann.
pastor IO. Sunday school; II and 7:30.
prea- htna by the. pastor; B. Y. P. V.
Swedish. Fifteenth nd Hoyt treets. Rev.
F. Linden, pastor Preaching, 10:40 and
7:30- Sunday school, 12 (noon); B. T. P.
Chinese Vlsslon, 3o Bumslde , street
Sunday school, 7. J. G. M alone, superin
tendent. Italian Miss'on, Eat Eighteenth and Tlb
betta streets. Rev. Francesco Sannella. pas
tor 10, Sunday school; 10:30. short sermon
the neighborhood are invited to at
tend. Strangers are especially wel
come. The Good Fellowship Brothers, the
men's Bible class of Mount Tabor Meth
odist Episcopal Church, will entertain
the members and their friends In tho
church parlors on Wednesday evening,
at 8 P. M. A programme will be given
and refreshments served.
On Wednesday night, at a social en
tertainment under the auspices of the
women's societies of Mount Tabor
Methodist Episcopal Church, the fol
lowing programme was given: Pinno
..u. ..uss .Mildred Wright: reading
Miss Koark: vocal solo. Mrs E n'
Wheeler: reading. Miss McGraff; whist
ling solo. Mrs. Edgar Stone: reading
' Lillian Downing; vocal solo. Misa
Horence E. Twidwell.
Dr. Hinson will preach im. mnm;.r
n the White Temnl nn -Th r-.-
est Question Man Ever Asked, or God
Mrs. Hutchinson will sing as an of
fertory "Eye Hath Not Seen." bv Gaul.
At the night service Dr. Hinson will
preach the sixth of the "Home" series
of sermons soon to be published in the
Paciric Baptist, and he will take for
his theme, "The Force That Damns Di
vorce." This sermon will be the in
troduction to the question of divorce,
which will be discussed for the next
two Sunday evenings In the White
In the evening Mrs. Hutchinson will
sing again and a choir will render sev
eral numbers under the direction of
Dr. McMichaol. The ordinance of Be
lievers' Baptism will be administered
at the close of the evening service.
The Bible school, under the super
vision oi .Mr. stone with classes for all.
begins at 9:30 this morning.
The two societies for young people
meet at 6:15 P. M. in the Lower Temple
and the Ladles' parlor. Dr. Hinson will
address both sessions. and Victor
Pendergrass will be leader of the
Dr. Hinson has been called by the,
American Home Missionary Society to
take the position of division evangelist
for the Pacific Slope territory, consist
ing of the 11 states of Kansas. Ne
braska, North Dakota. South Dakota.
Montana. Idaho. Wyoming. California.
Utah. Washington, Oregon. Colorado,
Nevada and Arizona.
The functions of the division evange
list will be to promote evangelistic ac
tivities on the Part of pastors and
churches by personal intercourse, and
especially by conferences on evange
lism: also to keep this work to the
forefront in meetings of state con
ventions and district associations and
through denominational papers; also to
study the need3 of the fields to de
termine where evangelistic measures
are most needed and may be most
hopefully put into effect: to direct
pastors and evangelists, an als? con
duct special meetings himself.
for rngllsh-Bpoaking people: 11. preaching
service; 7. pastor's circle tprayer service);
a, preachinK service.
RuselviHo vMissinn 3, Sunday school;
3:43, preaching service.
The Young Men's Class H. Y. M. C.) ot
the Highland Baptist Churctt, East Sixth and
Alberta streets met at 0:43 A. M-. Sunday,
All young men are urged to attend.
Goodwill Mission. Fifteenth and Bolss
streets 3, address.
Pro-Cathedral. Fltteenth and Davis
streets. Rev. E. V. O'Mara. Mass. 8, 7:15.
S:30. 9:45; high mass, 11; evening service,
St. Lawrence, Third and Sherman streets.
CHURCH NOTICES DUE THURSDAY
Church notices for Tb Sunday I
Oregonian should be In this offlcs f
by Thursday at s p. M. It Is not T
possible to assure publication of any
notices after that hour.
Rev. J. c. lingl.es Mass, C. 8:0; hisu raa:?a.
i0:o; evening service. 7:3o.
i$t- Patrick's. Nineteenth and Savier
streets. Kjv. fc:. 1 Murphy. Unas. S; hmh
mas. 10:u. evening service. 7::.u.
est- Francis. East Eleventh and Oaic
streets. Hev. J. H. Black. Mas.. S. :
hih mass, lO:M0; evening srvie. 7:o0.
Immaculate Heart of Mary, W illiams gve.
nue and Stnnton. Rev. w. .V. Daly. Mas.
6, S, 9; hitfh mars, 10:30: evtninc sen ice.
Holy Itosary. East Third and Clackamas.
Rev. C. J. Olson, Mass. 0, 7, b. 9; nisi
mass, 11; evening service. 7:30.
The Madeline, East Twenty-fourth and
Siskiyou. Rev. G. V. Thompson. Mass. 7::u.
; high mass, 10:30; evening service, 7:4.
St. Andrew, a', Kat Ninth and Alberta
streets. R-.'V. T. Kiernan. Mass, 8; iiie
mass. 10:30; evening service, 7:30.
Ascension, East kamhill and East Seventy-sixth
Frncican Fathers. Mass, b; hlfh
mass. 10:30; evening service. 7:30.
Blessed Sacrament, Maryland avenue and
B.andena street. Rev. B. V. Kelly. Mass.
S; hi;h mass, 10:30; evening service. 7:30.
Holy Redeemer. Portland boulevard and
Vancouver averue. Rex. K. H. Miller. Mm-,
ft, S; hitch mass 10;3O; evening service. 7 :3o.
St. Ignatius, C2-0 Forty-third street South,
east. Jesuit Fathers. Majs, S; l:iKh masi.
ll:3u: evening service, 7:30.
Holy Cross, 774 Bowdoln street. Rev. .
Raymond. Mass, 8; high mass, 10:30; even
Ing service. 7:30.
St. Stephens, Forty-second and East Tay
lor. Hev. W. Witt. Mass, ti, 8; high mass.
lo:MO; evening service, 7:30.
SU Philip Nert, East sixteenth and Hick
ory. Rev. J. cartwrisht. Mass 8; hlga
mas.--. 10:30; evening service, 7:30.
Sacred Heart. East Eleventh and Center.
Rev. G. RoWL Mass, S; high mass, 10:30;
evening service 7::,0.
St. Agathii. East Fifteenth and Miller.
Rev." J Cummlsky. Ma's, S; high mass,
10:30; evening service. 7:30.
St. Joseph (German). Fifteenth and Couch
strests. Rev. B. Uurrer. Muss, 8; high
mass, 10:3O; evening -ervice. 7:30.
St. Clare's, Capitol Hill, Franciscan
Fathers. tev. Father Modestus Low mass.
7 :30 o'clock; high mass and benediction,
l:"i0 o' clack; sermons at both masses.
St. StaritKlau (Italian. Maryland avenue
and "Willamette boulevard. K;v. F. Mat hew.
Mass. S; high mass, 10:30; evening service.
St. Mlchatl (Italian). Fourth and Mill
streets. Rev. M. Bales tra. Mass, 8; high
mass. 10:30; evening service, 7:30."
tit. Clements, Smith and Newton streets.
Rev. C Smith. Mass, S; high. mass. 10:20;
evening service. 7 :3U.
St. Peters, Lents. Rev. P. Buetgen. Mass
8; high mass, 1':30; evening service. 7:."i0.
" St Charles, Thirty-fourth and Killings
worth. Rev. G. Sniderhorn. Mass. 8; higti
mass, 10:30; evenlmr service. 7 :::.
St Rose's Church. Fifty-third and Ala
meda streets Rev. J. M. O'Farrell, patitt-r.
Masses, f and 10 A. M. ; evening devotion.
7:30 P- M.
First Park and Madison streets Eutner
R Dyott, minister; 9:50 A. M.. Bible school;
rt -30 Y. P- S. C. E. ; Ir. Lyot t's t hemes :
11 A M. "The Charm of the Sacrificial" ;
7:4r. P. M.. "God's Strong Man.'
Pilgrim. Shave.- street and Mission ave-
f C,-nc1iirtd on Pane 1 1. Column
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