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TITO t SUNDAY OREGOXIAX, -PORTLAXD,' NOVEMBER 5, 1916. "
DR. STANSFIELD TO PRESENT HIS FIRST SERMON HERE TODAY
Day Will Be in Nature of "Home-Coming" at First -Methodist Episcopal Church at Twelfth and Taylor Streets Topic This Morning Is "Profitableness of Godliness."
DR. JOSHUA STANSFIELD. the new
pastor of the First Methodist
Episcopal Church at Twelfth and
Taylor streets, will preach his first
sermon in Portland in his pulpit this
morning. His topic will be "The Profi
tableness of Godliness." Dr. Stansfield
arrived on Friday morning from In
dianapolis and was welcomed at the
depot by a large delegation of his
church members. He Is a man of fine
personality, magnetic, alert, dignified
and kindly in manner and has a splen
did reputation as a pastor and orator.
Dr. Stansfield made many friends
among the Grand Army men of his
former home city and they wrote to the
G. A. R. here asking them to show spe
cial honors to the pastor. As a result
the local G. A. It corps will attend the
First Methodist Church tonight to
welcome Dr. Stansfield. The topic will
Tte "Thinking Straight." Those who
wish a seat will in ail probability go
early,' as a large attendance is antici
pated. Rev. Walter Airheart, the assistant
pastor, who has ably conducted the
services since the pulpit has been
awaiting Dr. Stansfield, went as far as
Oregon City on Friday to welcome his
pastor and during the day conducted
him over the building and extended him
The new Methodist pastor states tht
In conducting his work he will go
straight ahead and do the work he
, finds to do. He Invites all whose
names are on the church roll to at
tend the morning and evening services.
Friends of the church will be welcome
and the day will be one of a "home
The children are getting special con
sideration, not only in the Sunday
schools, but in many of the churches.
The Rev. John H. Boyd, pastor of the
First Presbyterian Church, and the Rev.
"William G. Eliot. Jr., pastor of the ISnl
. tarian Church, are among the pastors
who have arranged to preach special
sermons for the little people.
Dean McCollister. of St. Stephen's
Episcopal Pro-Cathedral. has inau
gurated a kindergarten which is held
Sunday mornings during the 11 o'clock
eervice time, and this gives the moth
ers a chance to enjoy the sermon and
eervice while the babies are in charge
of & kinderartner. Of course, the Sun
day schools are doing splendid work.
The teachers are studying the grad
ed work more diligently than ever. I
The Sunday School Workers' Union
has been one of the greatest factors
tor good in the city. It has trained
teachers and has shown them how to
make the lessons interesting. As a
result the children look forward to
their Sunday school lessons and re
member them far better than they did
in the days when they were taught by
The Jewish children will start at
tending the school of Temple Beth
Israel today at 10 o'clock in the build
ing formerly occupied by the Portland
The Presbyterian Church has been
fortunate in securing as educational
director James F. Ewing, who was
principal of Portland Academy, and
has for some time been superintend
ent of the Bible school.
"What Did Jesus Say?" is the gen
eral theme for a series of sermons an
nounced for November and December
by Rev. W. G. Eliot, Jr., of the Church
of Our Father. The topics for the
Sunday mornings of November are as
follows: November 5, "What Did Jesus
Say?"; November 12, "What Did Jesus
Say About Civilization?"; November 19,
"What Did Jesus Say About Proper
ty?"; November 26, "What Did Jesus
Say About Marriage?"
Mr. Eliot will continue the chil
dren's sermons begun six weeks ago,
with arrangements whereby the young
er children may leave the churchroom
during the opening service. The sub
jects for November are announced as
follows: November 5. "The Nail Holes";
November 12, "The Boy and the Boot";
November 19, "The Gun and the Avia
tor"; November 26, "The Story of a
The Sunday evening open forum at
the Church of Our Father is attract
ing an increasing number of intelli
gent people who find the free discus
sion of public questions interesting
and profitable. This Sunday evening
the question is: "What Shall We Do
About Mexico?" After the 10-minute
opening arguments by A. F. Flegel
and W. F. Woodward, any one present
hiay speak on the question for five
minutes, and the meeting closes at
9:16 P. M.
Plans have been made for a union
Thanksgiving service November 30. in
the Unitarian Church. The Temple
Beth Israel and the Universalists will
Join with the Unitarians.
Rev. John H. Boyd to Give
"Ancient Rome and Modern Amer
A Comparative Study of
Morals," Is Subject Announced.
AT the First Presbyterian Church,
Twelfth and Alder streets, at 7:30
o'clock, the pastor. Rev. John H. Boyd,
D. D., will preach a pre-election sermon.
He has chosen for his subject "Ancient
Rome and Modern America, a Compari
tive Study of Morals." With election
day only 48 hours away, this sermon
will be of interest to Portland voters.
No seats will be reserved for the even
ing service. Dr. Boyd will also be in
his pulpit at 10:30 A. M.
A new departure for larger and more
efficient work among young people of
the congregation and city is being
launched in the First Presbyterian
Church under the leadership of James
F. Ewing who has accepted the invita
tion of the pastor and session to be
come educational director of young
people's work. Mr. Ewing has been
superintendent of the Sunday school in
this church for 11 years and has been
remarkably successful in building up
one of the greatest Bible schools in
the country. In addition to the already
large work in the Sunday school. Mr.
Ewing will carry out the purpose of
Dr. Boyd to have a church alive to
Bible study and conversant with all
civic reforms and moral questions of
A week-night series of courses will
be established, including readings and
discussions on current topics of public
interest, current history, the drama,
current political . questions and other
instructive and useful lines of study.
In connection with these serious
studies, an informal social life will be
had and a Winter of extraordinary in
terest and helpfulness is assured to
the young people under fhe leadership
of Mr. Ewing.
The work of Mr. Ewing as instructor
and leader is well known in Portland
through his long connection with the
Portland Academy and his affiliation
with Dr. Boyd in the work of the
First Church promises large develop
ment in the educational and cultural
department of this church.
This week promises to be unusually
active among the organizations of the
First Congregational Church. On Mon
dav night in the church parlors the
Brotherhood will hold .its regular
monthly dinner, followed by an address
by Dr. E. E. DeCou, of the University
of Oregon, whose theme will be, "Ulti
mate World Peace and the World War."
This is of timely interest to all men
of the church and congregation and an
unusual number ia expected to be pres
ent. On Tuesday, at 10 A. M. the Woman's
League will nave an all-day meeting in
the parlors of the church. Sewing will
be done for the Albertina Kerr Baby
Home. Luncheon will be served at
On Thursday Mesdames F. Eggert
and A- Staiger will entertain the mem
bers of the silver circle in the church
The Guild will also meet on Thurs
day, this being at the home of Mrs.
Sturm. 1358 East Nineteenth street.
Mrs. Sturm will be assisted by Mrs.
William Dolan and Mrs. -J. C. Bortle.
A number of "Oregon dry" songs will
be sung in Sunday schools today in
connection with the campaign against
the brewers' amendment. Some of the
prose poems are by R. P. Hutton.
WARRENTON, Or.. Nov. 4. (Special.)
Warrenton and Hammond Sunday
schools will meet at 10 A. M., Sunday
and Clatsop Plains, at 10:30 A. M. Rev.
Alfred Bates will preach at Clatsop
Plains at 11:30 A. M. and at Warrenton
at 7:30 P. M. The girls' chorus will
sing at the latter service. The social
at Clatsop Plains Church on Tuesday
was a success.
Beth Israel Sunday School
in New Quarters Today.
Portland A en demy Roll dinar Will
Hobhc Jewish and Otker Children
Who Attend Bib I- Study Classes.
BEGINNING today at 10 o'clock, the
Sunday school of the Temple Beth
Israel will meet in the Portland, Acad
emy building. The school has grown
so rapidly that it was found necessary
to have more room. Not only Jewish
children and young people of high
school age are Interested, but many
others attend the Bible study classes.
There are primary and high school de
partments, and in the new quarters
there will be plenty of room for all
A list of the honor pupils of the Sun
day school is here given:
Lionel Brown Rose Brown
Roy Cohen Gustana Blair
Eutent, Gettleman Bernard Verntekoff
Helen Kerm Margaret Uevlth.
Herbert Hochfeld Leah hpellman
Ruth Bromberger JaneTllzer
Amalie Hirsch I.eo Samuel!
Lucille Gevurtz Mildred Karo
Annaleah Harris Beatrice Klopper
Mona Wood. Milton KonecKe
Fern Wood Beatrice Levy
Florence Weinstein William Sinth
Bessie Sohn Edward Shank
Alvln Brunn Norton Simon
Marvin Cone Maurice Simonds
Fred Cooper Arthur Stenger
Mollle Gelier -Sonia-
Bernard Kline ,
David Jonah Wise
Social Canvass Is Begun by
Fourth Presbyterian Folk.
Members, Divided In Teams. Spend
Sunday Afternoon Calling on Oth
ers In Community.
THE Fourth Presbyterian Church
had its first "Social Canvass" last
Sunday afternoon, when 28 members of
the church went out in teams of two
each to call on other members of the
church, as well as on the people of the
community. Sixty-five calls were made
in which, besides friendly chats, the
interests of the cburqh were presented.
The canvassers returned highly elated
over the good time experienced, and
promised to call later in the week on
families not found at home. Two other
teams, unable to go out Sunday, are
doing their calling during the week.
The canvass was made at this par
ticular time preparatory to a change
in the church's Sunday programme.
Beginning today, the evening service
will be discontinued, and in its place
a vesper service will be held at 4:30
P. M. It is thought this new hour will
be a great improvement for the Win
ter, as families can spend the even
ings at home, and yet enjoy the pleas
ure and "helpfulness of a second service.
The pastor. Rev. H. G. Hanson, will
begin a series of 13 sermons from
Biblical geography. The themes are as
November K Blthynla - "Closed Doors."
November 12 Macedonia "Open Doors."
November Jtt Kadesh Barnea "Destinies."
Novemoer 20 Babel "Confusion."
December 3 Ba1ylon "Exiled From God."
December 10 Sinai "Olvine; of the Law."
December 17 Bethel "Meeting- With God."
December 24 Bethlehem "Good News."
December 31 Tarmel "God or Bel."
January 7. 1017 Emmanus "A Vision of
January 14 Gethsemane siurrertns;.
January 21 Peniel "Wrestllne; With God.
January 28 Jerusalem "The City of God."
The revival at the Church of God,
Failing street and Union avenue, is In
creasing in interest : and attendance.
The charts or illustrated sermons which
hang on the walls of the chapel at'
tract the attention of all who go to
hear Evangelist Masters. There are
meetings daily at 2:30 P. M. except Sat
urdays and each evening at 7:45. The
meetings will continue indefinitely. The
subject' Sunday morning at 11 o'clock
will be: "Love in Deed and in Truth,
Sunday afternoon, "The Christian Rest,"
and Sunday evening. Am I My Broth
er's Keeper" (An illustrated temper
ance sermon.) All are cordially In
vited to attend these meetings.
Dr. J. F. Winblgler. who has oceu
pied the pulpit of the White Temple
Church recently, will preach again to
day, with the morning topic, "A Great
Chapter." and the evening. "How God
Forgives." The Temple quartet will
render the anthem. "The King of Love,
by Gaul, and as the morning offertory,
"There Is a Hill." by Gounod. In the
evening the anthem. "The Sun Goes
Down," by Spicker, and offertory, "The
Homeland, by Sullivan.
Dr. B. F. Austin, pastor of the Cen
tral Spiritualist Church. Los Angeles,
editor of "Reason" Magazine and for
16 years president of Alma College,
is In the city under a month's engage
ment with the First Spiritualist
Church. Sixth and Montgomery streets,
where he will speak Sunday at S P. M,
and 8 P. M.
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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH AM) AEW PASTOR. REV. JOSHUA STA.VSK1ELI). I
Co-operation With Press Re
sults in Good Publicity.
Epsleopallaa Convention Credits
Courtesies - Shown Newspaper
Men for Results Obtained.
TH E Episcopal Church deserves
credit for co-operation it gave the
press at the convention in St. Louis.
As a result it had splendid publicity.
Other organizations and bodies might
well take note from the system used.
Following is an extract from the re
port of Mr. Stetson, of New York, who
represented the committee on press and
The committee on press and publicity, de
veloping a policy whirh resulted from the
experiment made in New York in 1013, has
established cordial relations of co-operation
and help with the newspapers of the United
For weeks before the gathering of the
convention It sent out matter descriptive of
the convention and Its purposes. Eight spe.
clal articles of this kind were mimeographed
and sent to 000 newspapers in all parts of
the United States, and also to church period
icals in this country and In Ensland and
Canada. This matter was printed by at least
iu papers ana prominently displayed. it
was handled on a news basis, as it con
tained no expression of opinion and was
given only to the presentation of facts.
In addition, an Illustrated article was for
warded to 100 publications.
There are present at this convention
corespondents whose dispatches reach hun
dreds of newspapers throughout the coun
try. The Associated Press, which- serves
more than 000 newspapers alone. Is rep
resented here by a special staff of corre
spondents. Through syndicates controlled
by large dallies of St. Louis. Chicago and
other leading cities, many more Journals
are served. xnere are reporting tnis con
vention representatives of 1! newspapers
covering a territory extending from New
xora to tirieans ana several nunorea
miles beyond &t. Louis.
To facilitate the work of the correspond
ents the committee established a press
room which veteran newspaper writers pres
ent aeciai-e to oe the equal or any they.
have ever seen at a convention. Deeke.'
table, typewriters and books of reference
were placed at their disposal. The man
agement of the pressroom Is In the hands
of a clergyman of the church, assisted
by two experienced Journalists especially
engaged by the committee.
io tne newspaper men. the committee
has supplied carbon copies of all important
resolution and issued digests of reports of
all committees, besides at regular Intervals
making oral announcements to them of
all Important news developments. No ef
fort has been made to censor or to In
fluence the reports of the newspapers In
any way. on request, those In charge of
the bureau have explained technical termi
and reference. The aim of this bureau of
the committee is to supply news accurately
and promptly without comment.
The committee have had conferences with
the members of the fourth estate present
aa to the relations between religion antl
news, and nave gatnered much technical
Information which should prove uf great
value in planning future work. It has
PASTORS AVHO ARE CONDUCTING SPECIAL MEETINGS IN
HIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH.
REV. C. F". MIELR, OK PORTLAND, AND REV. A. MACKINTOSH, OK
Rev. A. .Mackintosh, of Seattle, is In Portland at present conducting
revival meetings in the Highland Baptist Church, of which tho Rev.
C. F. Mieir is pastor. Mr. Mackintosh is pastor of the Gatewood
Baptist Church and a well-known preacher. He will be here for the
next two weeks. He is the organizer of the Railway Men's Missions.
The church is located at East Sixth, and Alberta streets and the
meetings are open to the public
found as a result of Its experience at this
convenrlun that the newspapers are willing
and even eager to print church news which
is presented to them in attractive and com
This opens up new and great possibilities
for publicity, for no such plan aa this has
been conducted by other faiths, although,
several have unorganized means of coni
munlca'ing with the press. The possibility
of having a Judiciously managed tystem
of publicity conducted from a central
bureau Is worthy of careful consideration.
It would be possible if the means could
be provided to conduct a work which could
keep the public, the various provinces and
diocese In touch with the activities of the
Protestant Episcopal Church during the
The committee feels that this publicity
work. conservatively and carefully con
ducted and yet with spiritual zeal, could be
made a valuable auxiliary to the preaching
ml!"lon of the church.
The committer, therefore, asks to be con
tinued to care for the next convention and I
also to consider the possibility of a per- ,
manent scheme of publicity.
Rev. Alexander Beers Re
turns From Chicago Visit.
Trip to Oeneral Board Meetings of
Free Methodist Church (really
Enjoyed, He Says.
REV. ALEXANDER BEERS, after an
absence of three weeks at Chicago,
where he has been attending the gen
eral board meeting; of the Free Meth
odist Church, returned with Mrs. Beers
yesterday. He said on his return: "I
enjoyed the trip greatly, but the best
part of it is to get back to Portland
and resume my work. In which 1 am
finding so much pleasure."
Rev. Mr. Beers has chosen for hie
morning subject. "The Eternal Riches
of Christ." In the evening he will con-
duct a special evangelistic service. Mrs.
Adelaide L. Beers will have charge of
the Young People's meeting, com
mencing at 6:45.
Donald L. MacPhee will sing at both j
these services. Tne pastor has planned
a special aggressive campaign during i
the v inter months.
The women of the Lincoln Methodist
Episcopal Church received in honor of
their new pastor. Rev. Mr. Morse, and
Mrs. Morse, at the church. East Fifty
second and Lincoln streets, on Friday
There was a short programme, con
sisting of vocal and instrumental music
and reodings. Dr. Hansen, the new
Sunday school superintendent, gave an
address of welcome, and the Rev. Mr.
Kerr, a former pastor, followed with a
few remarks. After a general good
time, coffee and cake were servea.
The children's chorus of Forbes Pres
byterian Church will sing at the 11
o'clock service this morning.
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Westminster Church to Hear
Pastoral Supply Report.
Kev. I.. K. ; rimes Will Preach To
day d Rev. Thomas $. Anderson
Next Sunday Meetings Are t ailed
for cVovember 8 and 13.
Church has not yet procured a
minister to succeed the Rev. Henry
Marcotte. but on Monday evening. No
vember 13. at 8 o'clock, there will be a
called meeting of church and con
gregation to act on the report and
recommendation of the committee on
pastoral supply, and to transact such
other business as may come before it
at that time.
On the evening of Wednesday. No
vember 8, at 8 o'clock, in the audi
torium of the church. an Illustrated
lecture on "The Ancient Temple of
Baalbeck" will be given by H. C.
Campbell. This is under the auspices
of the industrial branch of the Wom
an's Missionary Society. A cordial in
vitation is extended to the members of
this congregation and community, and
to the general public.
Westminster people again will wel
come in their pulpit today the Rev. L.
K. Grimes, a former pastor of the Cen
tral Presbyterian Church.
On the following Sunday the services
will be conducted by the Rev. Thomas
S. Anderson, of Atkinson Memorial
Church, both morning and evening.
The communion of the Lord's Supper
will be observed at the morning
First Birthday of Church Is
Farewell for Pastor.
Uev. A. 1 Crlm Leaves Kaat Side
Christian Church for ha race at
l:ngene. and Kev. 11. A. Sawyer
EAST SIDE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
will be 1 year 014 today and the
celebration of the anniversary will also
be the farewell service of the pastor,
the Rev. A. U Crlm, who resigned re
cently and who will soon take charge
of the First Christian Church at Eu
gene. This church 4s one of the largest In
the denomination. Dr. Criro has bu.14
up a large congregation and all debts
have been paid. He leaves the congre
After & brief visit to his old home
In Indiana Dr. Crlm will go to Eugene.
The Rev. R. H. Sawyer will assume the
pastorate of the East Side Church. He
was called from Vancouver, where he
has been supplying.
The Portland Ministers Association
will have an unusual treat next Mon
day morning, when Rv. C. F. Win
blgler. of Lca Angeles. Is to speak be
fore them on the theme, "Different
Cults and Their Teachings; How to
Meet Them and Help the Church." Dr.
Winblgler has been a pastor in Wash
ington, D. C. but has come to Los An
geles to make his future home while
he is engaged in the work of helping
the churches on the Coast. He is an
expert in his line, having given yearn
of study to the theme he Is to present.
A number of Items of importance
will be discussed at the meeting, and
it Is hoped a full representation will
be had at t.iat time. The meeting opens
at 10:30 A. M. November 6.
The Portland Baptist Superinten
dents' and Workers Union met at the
Grace Baptist Church. Mon ta villa.
Wednesday. A large number were
present to enjoy supper and the en
thusiastic meeting which followed
Several members reported on addresses
dealing with Sunday school work
which were given at the Oregon Bap
tist State Convention at Salem last
week. The address of the evening, one
of much Interest and help to thoee
present, was given by W. R. Lltzen
burg on "The Model Sunday School."
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At the vesper service of the Laurel
wood Congregational Church, Forty
fifth avenue and Sixty-fifth street
Southeast, Miss Grace DeGraff wtll
speak of "Peace as I Understand It-"
Miss DeGraff was a delegate to the
recent peace conference at The Hague
and was also a member of the Ford
peace party. Mrs. Oscar Howlett and
Mrs. George W. Snider will sins.
Rector of St. David's Will
Rev, Thomas Jenkins Has Served
Parish One Year Today Hoar of
Early Service. Is Changed.
TODAY Rev. Thomas Jenkins, rector
of St. David's Episcopal Church,
will celebrate his first anniversary as
rector here. At 11 o'clock Rev. Mr.
Jenkins will preach on Psalm 46, verse
4. Tonight the topic will he "The
Church With an American Flavor."
For the Winter the first service of
the day is changed from 7 to S A. M.
On Thursday. November 9. the rector
will address the men's meeting on
Sidelights and Personalities of the
General Convention." Rev. Mr. Jenkins
was a delegate to this gathering and
his remarks will be interesting. He
has just returned from t. Louis.
Piedmont Community Men's Club held
its regular meeting on Tuesday, with
the women as invited guests. Repre
sentatives of Reed College discussed
the important measures to be voted on
at the coming election and the women
of the church served a dinner. This
morning marks the beginning of a
Go-to-church" month in this church.
It will also be a self-denial month with
the people. Special sermons will be de
livered each Sunday morning along the
line of these special features. This
morning the topic will be "Present-Day
Needs of the Church." This evening
at 7:30 o'clock there will be a final
rally on some of the election issues.
The C. E. Society of this church has
tsken on new life and is having an
interesting mission study each Sunday
evening, under the leadership of Mrs.
A. !. Hutchison, the pastor's wife.
Centenary Methodist Church Is to
have a treat in the way of a series of
Dr. T. W. Lane's most able sermons
concerning "The Man of Galilee." The
sermons will be given at the evening
services. 7:30 o'clock. In the church at
East Ninth and East Pine streets. Fol
lowing are the topics: November 5.
"Jesus In the Home"; November 12.
"Jesus in Society": November 19. "Jesus
as a Kriend"; November -6. "Jesus as a
Worker": December 3. "Jesus as a Win
ner of Souls."
Miss Helena Saxton. of the business
department of the V. W. C. A., will
speak at thewesper service, this after
noon at. 4:30 on "Fountain Heads."
Three selections from the oratorio
"Elijah" wtll be given under the di
rection of Mrs. R. F. Feemster "Hear
Sunday Cliurcla Services
Central, Kast Eleventh and Everett streets
P. C. Hay ward, minister. 10. Sabbath
school; 11:15, church arvlce; prayer meeting,
VdneadH . 7 Young People society,
Tabernacle. Weil tiWe. Knirhta of FythUa
Hall. Kiev-nth and Aider H. Li. Thunton.
!HStor. Sabbath school, 10; preaching, 1 1 ;
Blo study, Sunday evening, 7:30; preach
Monta villa. Fart Eightieth and Everett
bt reels J. K. Bwatty. local elder. Sabbath
school. 10; preaching, 1 1 ; Young People s
meet tne. 4 ; prayer meeting. Wednt-sday,
7:30; Helping Hand Society. 1 :3o Tuesday.
tenta. Ninety-fourth street and Fifty
eighth avenue Southeast 1). J. Chit wood,
local elder. tSabbath school, 10: prearhlnK.
11: prayer meeting, Wednesday evening,
St. Johns, Central avenue and Charleston
street E. D. Hurlburt, local elder. Sao
bath nchool, lo; preaching. 11; prayer ravel
lux. Tuesday evening. 8.
Mount Tabor. at Sixtieth and Belmont
streets J. M. WlllouKhby. minister. Sao
bath school. 10; preaching. 11.
AlbliiH (German), Skid more and MaPory
H. J. Dlrksen. minister: A. C. Schweltrr.
local elder, sabbath school. 10:30; preach
ing, 11:30; prayer meeting. Wednesday, 7:45.
Scandinavian. Thirty-ninth avenue and
Sixty-second street. Elder O. E. Sandnes.
pastor Saboaih school, 10; preaching. 11;
prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:4.V
ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS.
Chrlstensen's Hall. Eleventh and Yam
hill ktreets 3 P. M.. symposium by Mc
Kercher, Lewton and Yrex. subject.
"Tribute of Love to Pastor Rut.cU ' ; b P.
M., memorial services conducted by W. A.
Adrent Christian, 438 Second street, near
Hall treet Rev. J. S. Lucas, pastor.
Preaching. 10 30. Sunday school. 12; Loyal
Work r. Ar-itt; preaching, Ts.O; prayer meet
ing, Thursuav evening. 7:30.
Temple of Universal Fellowship Rav. J.
H. Dickey, pastor. Service at atf El event a
street, corner Columbia, at 7:45 P. M. ; oc
cult lessons on tho Bible, followed by answer
Advanced Thought, Chrlstensen's Hall,
aermon lecture and healing by Alsamon Ira
Lucua at 11 o'clock.
First. Whtte Temple. Twelfth and Taylor
streets 9:5U, Bible school, classes for all
ages: 11. present 11 g by lr. Cnarlea F. Win
bigier, theme, "one of the ilreatest Chap
ters m the .New Testament; 0:30. u. Y.
P. IT. ; 7 :45. preachirg by Dr. Winblgler,
theme. "How God i-orgiv."
East Side. East Twentieth and Ankeny
streets Kv. W. O. Shank. l. D., pastor.
IO. Sunday school ; 11, preaching by the
pastor,- theme. 'Uoes God Know?" 6:31.
H. Y. P. U. ; 7 :45. preaching by the pas
tor, theme, "The Heat Woman in the
Glencoe. Esat Forty-fifth and Mam
streets Kev. A. B. Walts, pastor. t:4..
Sunday school. 11 : preaching by the pastor,
theme, "Three Witnesses for Christ" ; o:30.
B. Y P. V. ; 7:30, preaching by tho pabtor.
theme, "Dwelling Securely."
Arleta R-v. V. T. S. S'prigga. pastor.
IO, Sunday school ; 11, communion service ;
6:30. B. Y. P. U. ; 7:30, preaching by the
p4astor, theme. "On the Buck of Uooie."
Calvary Morning subject. "Two Ways or
Living the Christian Life the first of a
morn in series on "The Culture of the
Christian Life"; evening. "Temperance
programme by the Sunday school.
Swedish-Finnish Baptist Mission meets at
7:45 in the lower White Temple, Twelfth and
Taylor at re eta
Lenta Rev. J. M. Nelson, pastor. 10.
Sunday school; 11 and 7 :S0. preaching by
tho pastor: :80. B. T. P. U.
University Park. Flske and Drew atreeta
9:50. Sunday ich wl; 11 and 7:30. preaching
by the pastor: 6:30. B. T. P. U.
Mount Olivet. Seventh and Everett streets
CUIRCII NOTICES DUE THURS
DAY. All church announcements and
notices must reach tha editorial
rooms o The Oregonlan before 4:30
o'clo-.k Thursday. If they ar to ap
pear In the Sunday papex.
Rev. W. A. Ifagott. pastor. Services. 11
and 8; Sunday achool, 13:80.
Flrat German, Fourth and Mill streeta
Rev. Jacob Pratt. pastor. 9:43. Sunday
school: 11 and 7:30, preaching by the paator
Second German. Morris and Rodney 9:45.
Sunday school: preaching services. 11 and b;
B. T. P. V.. 7.
The Young Men's Class H. T. M. C. of
the Highland Baptist Church, East Sixth
and Alberta streets, meeta at 9:45 A M
Italian Mission. East Eighteenth and Tib
belts atreeta Rev. Francisco Sannella. pas
tor. 10. Sunday achool; 10:3o, short ser
mon for English-speaking neople; 11. preacn
lng service; 7. pastor's circle (prayer serv
ice): 8. preaching service.
Swedish. Fifteenth and Hoyt street Rev.
T. Gideon Sjolander. paator. Servicea. 10:30
A. M. and 7:30 P. M.
Pro-Catnedrai. Fifteenth and Davis streets
Rev. E. V. O'Hara. Mass, 6. 7:15. :30.
9:45; high mass 11; evening service. 7 :45.
St. Lawrence. Third and Sherman streets
Rev. J. C. Hughes. Mass. 6. :30; high
mass, 10:H0: evening service. 7:3..
St. Patrick's. Nineteenth and Savler streets
Rev. E. P. Murphy. Mass, S; high mass.
10: tO; evening service, 7:30.
SL Francis. East Eleventh aad Oak
Te. Israel." Mrs. R. K. Feemster: "O
Rest in the Lord." Miss Nina Dressel;
trio. "Lift Thino Eyes." Mrs. R. K.
Feemster. Mrs. L. W. McCaw and Miss
Nina Dressel; accompanist. Mrs. Harry
The social hour will be at 5:50 and
all girls are cordially invited.
Dr. S. A. Danford. conference evan
gelist for Oregon Methodism, is en
gaged in an evangelistic campain in
La Grande. Or., where he will remain
for about three weeks.
Christian Endeavor Notes.
THE Christian Endeavor Efficiency
Classes will convene as usual
Tuesday night. November 7. Last
week's classes again showed u good in
crease in membership, 170 being en
rolled at that time. With the short
course it will total well up to tho -JO
The speakers for this week will io:
Rev. Mr. Ghormley, at the Sunnyssdo
class: Dr. Pratt at the Vernon class;
Miss Estella Ford at Westminster; Miss
Eleanor Ewing at Lents, ajid Dr. East.
Others havo not as yet betn appointed.
The programme tor Tuesday nisht
will be Missions. Chapter 14, the mis
sionary committee: chapter 17. tho
flower committee; chapter 22. the tem
perance and good citizenship commit
tee: chapter t'J. the tenth lt-glon.
The November 14 meeting will be a
social meeting as it deals with socials:
and the social committee and its work.
Classes will be held as usual, only in
the form f a social, to which all are
invited, and in which will be carried
out the methods and principles of a
model social for a Christian Endeavor
On Saturday nis;ht the Sunnjside
Christian Endeavor conducted its
monthly business nieotina: and social.
As Halloween was near the party was
enlivened with Halloween crames and
refreshments. A very "nwoky" at
mosphere was lent to the occasion by
passing such clammy articles as raw
potatoes, cucumbers, macaroni, and s
forth, under a sheet and walkinir
throuch dark corridors from which
popped member dressed as ghosts.
On Sunday, October 2!. an excep
tionally good campfire consecration
meeting was held by the Christian En
deavor under tho leadership of Mario
Varner. The society was honored withi
the presence of a gentleman from
Honolulu and one from tho Williston
Congregational Church, of Portland.
Me., which is the home of the Christian
Endeavor movement. Some very valu
able messages were jriven by both
streets Kev. J. II. Black. Mass, .,;
high nifahs. 10StO; evening service. 7 :30.
Immaculate H art of Mary. Williams ave
nue and Stanton street Kev. V. A. Daly.
Mass. ft. ft. 9; high mass. 11 o'clock; even
ing service. 7:30.
rfolv Rosary. East Third and Clackamas
Rev. C. J. Olvoi.. M if, o. 7. a. 9; high
u.ass. 11; evening service, 7:
The Madeleine. E.ist Twenty-fourth and
Sl&Klyou Kev. U. F. Thompson. Mass, 7:3U.
y, nlh oiasM. 10:30: evening service. 7:45.
St Andrew's. East Ninth and Alberta,
streets Kev. T. kiernau. Maw, 3; high
liiasi. tO:30; evening service. 7:30.
Ascension, East Yamhill and Last Seventy
sixth 1- ranri-scan Ka hers. Mass. 8; high
mass. 10 ."io. evening service. 7:30.
Blessed Sacrament. Marland avenue and
BTandena street Kev. B. V. Kelly. Mass.
a; hlgi mass, loro, evening i--rvice, 7:3o.
Holy Redeemer, Portland boulevard and
Vancouver avenue Rv. F. H. Miller. Muss,
6. e: high mtw. I0:3o; evening service. 7:30,
Holy Crus. 771 Bow-loin street Rev. C.
Ramond. Mi? s; high ma, lu:30; even
ing service. .30.
Sacred Heart, Kaat Eleventh and Center
Rev. G. Rom. .irt-i. b. high mass. lo:oO;
evening srv.ee. 7:30.
St Agatha. East Fifteenth and Miller
He v. j. Cummlsky. M ass, b; high mass.
10:-'!O; evening service. 7:3o.
Kt. Joseph 1 German 1. Fifteenth and Couch
streets Rev. B Durrer. Mass. b; high
mass, lO.CiO; evening service, 7:30.
St. Clares. Capitol Hill Franciscan
Fathers, Rev. Father Modestus. Low mass,
7:30; i!gh mass and benediction, 9:0; aer
mon at both manses.
St tar.tslaua (Italian.. Maryland avenue,
and Willamette Kule ard Kev. T. Mithew.
Muss, b; itlgn mass, lu.au; evening service
st. Peter. J.enta Rev. p. Buetren. Mass.
8; high masa lo:HO; evening service, 7:30.
St. Clements, smith and Newton atreeta
Rev. C. smlrh. Maas 8; high mass. 10:30;
evi nlng service, 7:iO.
St. Charles. TMrty-fourth and Killings
worth Rev. G. Snlrferhom. M a. S; high
mass. 10.:i0; evening, service. 7:30.
St. Rise's Fifty-third and Alameda
stieets Kev. j. M. O'Farrell. pastor. Masses.
8 and 10 A M. . evt r.iag devotion. 7:.SO.
Su Michael's 4 Italian 1. Fourth nd Mill
Jesuit Fathers: M. J. KaWtra, S. J.. pastor.
Low nrn.-'s. 8:30; high masa. 10:30; evening
St. Philip Ner!, East Sixteenth and Hick
ory Rev. W. J. Cartwrlpht. Mass. 7 30. 9.
blah miM, in;flo ; evening service. 7 :30.
Su Iscnatlu, 3-'0 Forty-third street East,
Jesuit Fathers Father William J. leeney.
rector. M:iss. 0:30, b. 9:15. 10;3o; evening
Flrt. Park and Columbia s!rets Paa
tor. Harold H. Griff:, preachl?:.?. 11 A. M
subject. "Religion t a l.u.iiv. or. ih
Power of the PraR 11; a tic Gopc! : :4. P.
M.. subject. "My CotitesMon of Faith" ; Bi
ble school. 9:45 A. M. ; Y P. S. C E.. 6.30
Rodney avenue, Rodney avenue and Knott
r-- ' J. t Carlos Ghormley, pHtor.
10 A. M.. Bible school; U, preaching. "Make
Your Calling and Election Sure "; 7:45 "Bur
den Lifting" : Young People's Society, 0:30.
Vernon, Eav Kit tee nth street -Non a and
Wygant street Regular services 10:30 and
7 .80. Preaching both morning and event ng.
Wood'.H wn. East Seventh and Liberty
streets W. L. Mil linger, minister. Bible
school. 9:4." A. M. : io ;j! service, 11 A. M. ;
f'hristlan Knde.i vor. ti ::to p. M. ; preaching
by L. F. Stevens. 7:3o P. M.
First, Everett between Eighteenth and
N tne teen t h streets Services. 11 and b: sub
ject of leou sermon, "Adam and Fallen
Man"; Sunday school. :45 and 11; Wednes
day evenirp meeting ut 8.
Second. East Sixth street and Holladiy
avenue Services. 11 and : sub.iect of les
son sermon, "Adam and Fallen Man ; Sun
day school, 9:4"; Wednesday evening meet
ing at $
Third. East Twelfth and Salmon street
Service. 1 1 and b; subject of ieson ter
mon, "Adam and Fallen Man"; Sunday
school, Ji and l'J:l.; Wednesday evening
meeting at S. '
Fourth. Vancouver avenue and Emerson
street Services. 11 and t : subject of les
son sermon, "Adam and Fal'en Man"; Sun
day school. 9:45 and 11; Wednesday even
ing meeting at 8.
Fifth, Myrtle Park station Services. 11
A. M.; subject of lesson sermon. "Adam and
Fallen Man; Sunday school. i:"o and 11;
Wednesday evening meeting at S.
Christian Science Society. Holbmolc block.
St. Johns Services. Sunday, 11: Wednesday
evening meeting at : subject of lessou ser
mon. "Adam and Fallen Man."
CHRISTIAN YOGA ASSOCIATION.
The Christian Yoga Association will meet
Sunday evening at 8 o'clock In room A
First Church. Park anu Madison atnets
Luther R- !ott, pastor. t;t A- M. Bible
achool; 6:3t, Y. P. S. C. E. : 11 A. M.. holy
communion; 7:4.i p. M.. tr. D volt's theme.
"When It Is Riaht to Fight."
Pilgrim, Shaver street and Missouri ave
nue Kev. W. C. Kantner. minister. 11 A.
M.. "The Law of Liberty; 3 P. M.. Junior
Endeavor; 6::u P. M.. Y. P. S C. E ; 7:30
P. M . a temperance prorammu by tho
Laurelwood. Forty-fifth avenue and
Sixty-fifth street Southeast Tf A. M . Sab
bath school ; 1 1 A. M., s-rmon by Kev. C.
W. Well!, f olowed by communion service;
3:45 P. M., Y. V. S. C. E meeting; ? P. M..
vesper service. Address by M iss Grace Do
Graff, subject. "Peace as I Understand It.
Sunny side. Cart Taylor and Kits. Thirty
second streets Kev. J. .7. St:iub, D. n.
pastor. Services at 11 A, M. and 7:43 1 M.
Sunday school, lo; Junior Christian En
deavor. 3; Senior Christian Endeavor. 6:3':
sermons, morning. Tr. J. K. Browne, of
(Concluded Oil. Pio 1LJ