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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAN, PORTLAND, SEPTEMBER 23, 1917.
iJ aC'' Macoueeh.
I .on. Lire th Kins, by Mary Roberta Bine-
Hurt. Illustrated. l.o0. tLougntou. Jill
flia Co., Bostaa.
Mri. Rlnehart has written asTeral en
erLainingr stories that have won de
served popularity. Her "crown" one of
l11 is "Long Live the Klagl"
In "Lone; Live the King we have
hat rarity a aranuine romance. It re
ainds one of a bit of "Zen da."
The hero in this novel now under re-
f -Sew is a little boy, Ferdinand William
)tto. Crown Prince of Livonia wher
ver that country of plots and counter
lota is. The little Prince was probably
bout 9 or 10 years old, and his wear
ng apparel consisted of a pair of blue
erg-e trousers, a short eton jacket and
' stiff, rolling; collar of whit linen,
le lived in a palace with his grand
father. King Ferdinand. Little Otto's
arents had been killed by revolution
sta. The boy had been brought tip In sim
ple, unaffected style, much as an
English or American boy of well-to-do
eople would be. His governess was
lias Braithwaite, an Kngliaovoman.
Hto's playmate and particular body
guard was Lieutenant Larisch, other
wise "Nlkky." The immediate royal
amily of Livonia included also the
rchduchess Annunciata and her
auchter. Princess Hedwig, respectively
-tto's aunt and cousin.
Otto is heir to the crown. The nation
:eethes with hidden revolt, which is
- ept under with difficulty by General
I THtlich, Chancellor of Livonia, a Bls
JrTarck sort of man. Mettlich decides
riat as Livonia is an Insular nation.
'lthout an adequate seaport, it can
f ever grow commercially. The next
ountry to Livonia is Kamia, whose
uler is Kinaj Karl, a dissolute yonna;
nan, who has made love to and is loved
y Countess Loschek- Mettlich plans
o unite Livonia and Karnia by effect-
nff a marriage between King Karl and
'rlncess Hedwig. The latter is already
l love with Lieutenant Larisch.
Otto runs away and makes the ac
uaintance of Bobby Thorpe, an Amer
an boy, whose father manages an
Kmerican scenic railroad in the capital
f Livonia. From the Thorpe boy Otto
arns much of democracy, also Boy
ille, and about Abraham Lincoln. Otto
eturna to the palace a different boy.
A committee of 10 men plots to en
gineer a revolution, abduct Otto and
tart a republic How nearly they suc-
ed forms the text of this remark
alt of the Earth, by Mrs. Alfred Bldxwlck.
l.40. w. J. watt as Co., Ktw York City.
Presumably this novel Is written by
woman who is an Englishwoman, or
t least a native of Great Britain.
"Salt of the Earth" is a cleverly wrlt
?n, entertaining novel, describing,
rincipally, the life in Germany of a
ighly bred, educated Englishwoman,
vho is the wife of a Prussian, a Captain
1 the German army. In the novel
early all Germans are vulgar, noisy.
ain and quarrelsome.
The novel begins prior to the present
rir between Germany and Great
4ritain. Gustav Muller, a German, goes
o China, about 37 years ago, marries
German woman and prospers in busi
es. Two boys and a girl are born to
hem in China. They then made their
ome in London, England, where a
aughter, Brenda, was born In the year
As the years pass the Mullers, to
11 intents and purposes, are English.
The action proper of the story begins
bout the year 1910. The Mullers re
vive a visit from Mrs. Muller" brother.
Vllhelm Erdmann, and the latter's son,
.othar, then a Lieutenant in the Ger-
Lothar falls In love with his cousin.
ftrenda, who already loves Andrew
.ovell. an Englishman. But Lothar Is
lasterfuL, arrogant and well off in this
-orld's goods, And, against her better
-n pulses, Brenda accepts and marries
Lothar, who becomes a Captain In the
.erman army, takes his young wife to
ermany, where trouble happens. Ger-
nans whom she meets insult her be-
auae she is English, speak of English
s "pig-dogs" and openly express de
:ght that the German empire Is before
ong to fight England, so that Germany
an conquer the world.
The war period arrives and Captain
"rdmann takes part in the brutalities
f the German armies In Belgium and
ecomes a German spy in England.
The end of the story Is as thrilling;
s a melodrama and tragedy mixed.
w "Fly. by Captain r. Gordon K. He
Viey. and arranged by Glad Lewia. ft.
Paul Elder A Co., San Francisco
Through the kindness of a friend who
pwns a copy of this book it is possible
o review "How to r ly.
This little book is a practical eonrse
n training in aviation and relates the
xperiencea of Captain Re Vley, li
ensed pilot No. 191, Federation Aero
autique, who learned the "flying
ini" over the battlefields of France,
he instructions now given In aviation
s told in easy-to-understand language.
ilth an absence of dry, technical de-
Captain Re Vley does not believe In
he dual system of learning to fly. by
he medium of student and instructor
eated tn, the same machine. He rather
elleves in the student mastering the
heory of flying as a solo performance,
o that he can get self-reliance, step
y step, "nnttl he comes Into a knowl
dge of atmospheric conditions, when
radually the control of the machine
ecomes distinctive. We hops, for the
mure of aviation that a standardized,
implifled and complete course, worthy
f so broad a science, will be in gen
A first-class book of Its kind, writ
en by an expert- Such practical ad
ice by a. practical airman will prove
f benefit to the new army of aviators
3 be trained as part of the United
row to Fly, by A. Frederick Collins. $1.10.
Illustrated. D. Appteton ac Co.. New York
Emphatically a book for our times,
t bears the stamp of practical ex
perience. The author tells you how you may
ecome a pilot in the shortest time,
'he book begins at the begin
ning of the task and goes all
hrough the game to the end.
t describes how an aeroplane is built,
:ov It is balanced, just how it flies,
nd how to fly it. The book also tells
ou how you may learn to fly by your
self and how to learn to fly In schools;
.vhere the best schools are located, in
luding those of the Government, the
amount of tuition, requirements, etc,
ind how to "break into" the Govern
ment Aero Squadron and how to get a
'Hot's license. The author leaves no
intone unturned to furnish the most ex-
ict Information possible, and he gives
t only In simple language that no one
nay misunderstand his explanations.
Vne German Fury In Belglnm, by L. Mak-
eld. Si. George a, uoran wo., rew
Nearly unbelievable Incidents of the
barbarity of drunken and sober Ger-
-nan troops In Belgium are found In
his stirring narrative of 247 pages.
IThey are the startling experiences of a
Netherland newspaper man during four
months' "seeing red" In Belgium, and
particularly the revolting sights he
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FXDJZ HIS aOODMESS, TO O&ETr 77" CO
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saw In visiting Vise. Liege and Louvaln.
He often risked his life those days,
and It is a wonder he wasn't shot in
"digging up" Information.
The purpose of this book Is because
our author felt the German trooDS lied
when they said that Belgian francs- f
tireurs first started shooting At Ger
mans. He Insists he could not find one
person willing to swear that he had
seen francs-tlreurs In Belgium. The
Germans, when they entered Belgium,
are pictured as being badly "rattled"
and drunken so scared that they ebot
Mr. Makveld's story begins August
7. 1914, when he arrived in Maastricht.
The Air Man: His Conquests in Peace and
ar, oy -rancls A. Collins. $1.30. The
Century Co., New York City.
Emphatically a live book that will
be in public demand as soon as it be
comes better known. People reading
about the big war in Europe are anx
ious to know more about airships and
mastery of the air generally.
This is a popular book of information
and entertainment in the most romantic
and thrilling field of men's deeds today,
and the field in which America will
probably give her most dramatic
demonstration of power in the world
war. It almost seems as if the air was
a natural element for men to move in,
for their conquest of its problems has
been so complete and so quick. It is
said that 400 minutes of training In the
air gets an adaptable aviator over Its
"The Air Man" gives. In succinct,
vivid style that Is not too technical
for the lay mind and yet never departs
from a clear exposition of its subject,
a picture of the immense strides or
shall one say, flights that aviation has
made since the Wright brothers Intro
duced it successfully to the world.
There are chapters on training the
tyro and the qualifications, physical
as well as mental, necessary to become
an expert; the art of navigation and
the recently devised mechanical arts
that render It almost as safe as auto
moblling; types of aeroplanes, their
cost and up-keep, together with record
of flights in this country and abroad;
methods of use, such as for hunting,
exploring, business, pleasure or war,
giving graphic Illustrations In each
case; the progress of aviation tn the
great war, with its remarkable but in
spiring code, the "Chivalry of the
Air." etc. -
We Cant Rata Everything, by Rnpert
Hughes. $150. Harper Brothers, New
If this novel la typical of the Idle
rich and would-be-ldle-rich sets of New
York City, may the good angels watch
over those persons specially. They
Almost all the people whose doings
are recorded within these 637 pages
"swap" husbands and wives at the
slightest provocation, and in the end
they all prosper, unfortunately. The
novel is an eye-opener on too-easy di
vorce. The pretty and good-for-nothing
heroine Is Miss Kedxle Thropp stage
name. Anita Adair movie star. She
has three husbands, one killed by a
taxi and one divorced. Her second hus
band is Jim Dyckman, idle millionaire,
who loves a married woman. Mrs.
Charity Cheever. The latter has a brute
of a husband, who loves a professional
dancer, Zada L'Etoile. Cheever is di
vorced and marries Zada. Dyckman Is
divorced, and when Mrs. Cheever la
divorced Dyckman marries her.
Such an "animal" novel! The only
protesting element In the novel against
easy divorce and remarriage are
Two Storybooks fer CMldreai, by David Cory.
2 volumes. 00 cents each. Xlluatrated,
Harper firoa. New York City.
These delightful books of entertain
ment for children are entitled "The Ad
ventures of Puss in Boots. Jr.," and
"Farther Adventures of Puss In Boots,
The stories consist of the famous
Twilight Tales" that appeared in the
columns of the New York Evening Sun.
and are Innocent, fanciful and pretty.
Puss visits the little pig that went to
market, sees the cow jump over the
Fenr Days, by Hetty Hemenway,
Little, Brown ac Co.. Boston.
In the days before us, when the
stories of the big war are counted,
this little story, "Four Days." the Eng
lish novel of a war marriage, will still
be read with dimmed eyes, and honest
thankfulness that it has been put into
print. It has got In its 53 pages enough
action for a long noveL
Marjorie, an American girl. Is waiting
to be married to Leonard Leeds, Cap
tain in the British army serving
"somewhere In France." He comes to
his English home on four days' leave,
and, amid all the excitement of war
time, marries her and goes away
again. The story is one of sterling
Tbe Peril of Prnssianiem, by Poqrlai Wil
son Johnson. 75 centa. G. P. Putnam's
Sons, New York City.
What appears in his little book
formed the substance of an address de
livered by our author before the annual
convention of the Iowa Bankers" Asso
ciation at Des Moines, last June, and so
much was tha address valued that an
appeal was made that it be presented
in book form, so that a wider audience
could know its message. Our author
Is associate professor of physiology In
Columbia University, New Tork.
The proposition is presented: The
Prussian ideal is that the people are
servants of the Government; the Amer
ican and Anglo-Saxon ideal is that the
Government is the servant of the peo
ple. These two diverse ideas cannot
exist together peaceably in the world,
and therefore, "the Prussian Ideal must
perish, and the American. Ideal must
"The Prussian Ideal is of necessity
vicious in Us nature and degrading in
its defects. We fight not to avenge the
Lusitania, not to rebuild Louvain, not
to exact reparation for murdered
women and children. We fight to slay
the government which taught its peo
ple to commit such damnable atrocities.
We fight that never again may a great
nation with cynical insolence throw in
the face of the world the base asser
tlons that treaties are scraps of paper.
that necessity knows no law, that
might is the right of the strongest, and
that the state can do no wrong. We
fight to hurl the Hohenzollern and his
dangerous doctrine of divine right up
on the scrap-heap of useless trumpery,
and to set the German people in his
place, that they may learn to rule
Nor is that all. says our author. He
goes further when he states: "The Im
perial German armies must be de
feated upon the battlefield and driven
from the lands they conquered."
An historical sketch la submitted of
the Hohenzollerns since the year 1477,
showing that all the dominions they
then possessed waa a small province
surrounding the little town of Berlin.
Statements are made that modern Ger
many is made up largely of territory
stolen from other nations. Germany is
pictured as the robber of tho nations.
Scandal, by Cosmo Hamilton. 11.50. Il
lustrated. Little, Brown fc Co.. Boston.
At first flight, thia novel looks cheap.
and just a little objectionable. The
plot is so darins and suggestive.
But, once you dip into the story, you
come across the sweetness, pathos and
grandeur of a real work of art. There
is nothing improper about it.
Miss Beatrice Vanderdyke, the
spoiled, willful, pretty daughter of - a
New Tork multimillionaire, by her own
foolishness, runs her head into a meat
hazardous situation, bordering on Jkad
scandaL To save herself from the
anger of her parents, Beatrice gives
the impression that she and her old
playfellow, Pelham Franklin, are mar
ried. He plays the game."
Beatrice and Pelham go, with friends,
on a yachting trip, and she acts the
part of a heart-breaker and maker of
mischief, almost a Zelilah.
What happens to these two unmar
ried people, who do not love each other,
is decidedly eensation&L
Wolf tore, by Agnes and Edg-crton Castle,
$1.50. . Applecoa fc Co. New York Cits.
Worthy tn every respect of the talent
of the famous authors of "The Pride of
Jennico." "Wolf Lure" is a dramatic
tale of the France of 100- years ago,
and the love story is particularly well
Marrhing Men, by Pherwood Anderson. $1.50.
John Line Co., Kew York City.
A grand bit of American story-telling.
The text is industrialism and la
bor unionism. The hero is a labor boss.
KEW BOOKS RECEIVED.
Turn About, Eleanor, by Ethel M. Kelly.
$1.40. A delightful atory with a new. free
plot. Half a dozen New Yorkers, three
men and three arlrls, enter into a compact
not to marry they are young- enough to
believe they are going to keep It but to
adopt a child who shall spend two months
of the year with each of them, and for
whose welfare, and education they shall col
lectively be responsible. They secure a
10-year-old girl. A first-class novel by a
new author. (Bobbn-Merrill, Indianapolis.)
Tha Inn of Disenchantment. by Ues
Tsaye, S1.23. 13 kindly, cheering essay
fapers with so much real merit in
hem that they place the author In the
company of such essayists as Jr. Crothers
and Herbart Kaufman. (Hoaghton, Mifflin
The Golden Triangle: The Return of Ar
aene Lupin, by Maurice LeBlanc, 1.33, aen
aatioca! detective atorles. (Macaulay Co.,
Belinda of the Red Cross, by Robert 'W.
Hamlitoa. Sl-2o. , rlendid. thrilling novel
and lores story of the adventures of an
American trained war nurse on duty at the
Trench battle front- (Sully & Klelntlch.
New Tork. )
Closed Lips, by Georra Vane. $1.40. a
sensational story of high-class Knrl'-sh life,
deaitnr largely with matrimonial troubles;
The Candid Courtship, by Madera - Mean,
$1.40, an English novel of positive boarding-house
bumor; The Long Spoon, by Mrs.
Charles Bryee. $1.40, a well written, strong
story of aristocratic English life, depicting
a titled husband who ouea to have been
horsewhipped for brataJity; and The Un
holy Three, by Tod Robblna. $1.40, a lively,
astonishing story of three freaks who ran
away from a circus and had strange adven
tures something about this book recalls the
magic art of Poe (Joha Lane Co., New
Wilderness. Honey, by TYans: iailte Pol
lock. $1.2&. a finely conatructad novel of
Canadian life, depicting several young folks,
who etarted to run a bee ranch tor profit:
Dormle One. by HoHworthy Hall. $1.35,
eight charming, lively golf stories: The
Girl Next Door, by Augusta Hulell Seaman,
$1.25. a likeable "mystery" story for girls:
Sid Bars, by John M. SldhalU 60 cents,
24 breezy, snappy talks, filled with good,
sensible advice, written by the edltor-tn-chtef
of the American Magazine; The Golden
Eagle, by Allen French. $1.25. a story for
young folks, a yachting story filled with
the wholesome vigor and freshness of tha
saa: and More Power to You, by Burce
Barton, $1.50, short, crisp talks ftlled with
high American idealism to correct dangerous
American tendencies a aeries of sane ear.
mona. written In popular atyle CTho Cen
tury Co.. New Tork).
The Flag, by Homer Greene. $1.25, a splen
did story for manly boys, dealing with a
youth who unthinkingly desecrates an Amer
ican flag during his school days and aft
erward tries to make atonement, a tale on
the lines of Hale's "The Man 'Without a
Country" (Jacobs As Co.. Philadelphia). '
Success in the Suburbs, by John R. . Mc
Mahon. $2, a wise, practical book on the
problems of life in the suburbs, from build
ins, buying, or remodeling the bouse, to
the care of garden and animals, a great
thrift book (Putnam'a. New York).
The Dim Past, by Agnes Riley. 80 cents.
B5 poems, optimistic and bright, and teach
ing faiih In God; and Lake Breezes, by Ar
thur William Fisher. SI. 32 poems, first-
claas, accentuating a love for tho beautiful
In nature. Many of theae poems are In
spired by scenes around Lake Ontario. Can
ada (Sherman. French & Co.. Boston, Mass.).
Treasure and Trouble Therewith, by Oeral-
d'na Bonner. SI. 50. a dashing novel of a
robbery of $12,000 from a stagecoach in Cen
tral California, and what happened after
ward (Appieton's. New York).
The Little Goda Laurh. by loulse Maun.
sell Field. $1.40. a remarkably clever novel,
of a girl, and often domestic inrellcitlea in
New York society (Little, Brown Co.,
Is God Good? by L. W. Kepllnger, $1.50.
30 well written chapters on theological sub
jects: agrant visions, by Edith Fargo An
drews. $1, 63 high-class poems, nearly all
serious, thoughtful: and. The Christianity of
Christ, by Ernest Schneider, $1.20. a stirring
call that Christ's teachings ought really to
be practiced in every day life comfortln
helpful talks (fiherman-French. Boston).
PORTLAND CHURCH NEWS
(Continued from Page 10.)
McLeod, lecturer; Richard Proppe
Montavilla District In the Methodist
Church, Rev. Edwin Judd, of Vancouver,
Lents district In the Evangelical
Church, Rev. Ralph Gell, of Milwaukie,
lecturer; H. K. Hallgren, chairman
Rev. Walter Duff, superintendent of
the Portland Bible Institute, has been
Sunday Church Services
Advent Christian. 438 Second street, near
Hall street Rev. J. - 8. Lucas, pastor.
Preaching, 10:30; Sunday school. 12; Loyal
Workers. 6:30; preaching. 7:30; prayer meet
ing:. Thursday evening, 7:20.
(These services are held on Sarorday.
Central, East Eleventh and Everett
streets P. C Hay ward, minister. Babbath
school, 10: church services, 11:15; prayer
meeting Wednesday night. 7:45; young
people's meeting. Friday, 8.
St. Johns. Central avenue and Charleston
street A. B, Folkenberg, local elder. Sab
bath school, 10; preaching. 11; prayer meet
ing, Wednesday evening. 7:45.
Scandinavian, Ogden Hall, Mississippi ave
nue and Shaver street O. E. Sandnes, min
ister. Sabbath School, 10; preaching, 11.
Alblna German). Skldmore and Mallory
streets A, A. Meyers, minister; A. C.
Schweitzer, local elder. Sabbath school.
10:30; services, 11:30; prayer meeting.
Wednesday evening, 8; preaching, Sunday
Tabernacle, West Side, Knights of Pythias
Hall. Eleventh and Alder streets Sabbath
school. 10; preaching, 11.
Montavlila, East Eightieth and Everett
streets J. F. Beatty, local elder. Sabbat h
school. 10; preaching, 11; prayer meeting.
7:43 P. M.. Wednesday.
Lents, Ninety-fourth street and Fifty
eighth avenue Southeast D. J. Chit wood,
local elder. Sabbath school. 10; preaching,
1 1 o'clock ; prayer me e tin g. "YV sdnesday. tt
ASSOCIATED BHFBLE STUDENTS.
Chrlstensen's Hall, Eleventh and Yamhill
streets 3 P. M., public lecture by W. A.
Baker, subject. "Baptism"'; & P. M., dis
course by W. A. Baker.
First. Wnlte Temple, Twelfth and Taylor
streets Bible school at 9:50, classes for all
ages; 11, preaching by Rev. J. K. Noftsinger,
D. D., theme, "The Christian" Task; 6:30.
B. Y. P. U. : 7:43, preaching by Dr. Noft
singer, theme, 'The Fragrant Life."
East Side, East Twentieth and Anaeny
streets Rev. W. B. Hinson, D. E.. pastor.
Sunday school at 10; 11. preaching by Dr.
Hinson. theme, "What Good Is Christ to
Me?" 6:30, B. Y. P. XT.; 7:45. preaching by
Dr. Hinson, theme, 'The Empty House."
Glencoe. East Forty-fifth and Main streets
Rev. A. B. Walts, pastor. Sunday school
at 9:45; 11, preaching by the pastor, theme,
"Where Is Jeaus Where. His Spirit?" 7, B.
Y. P. U-: 8, preaching by the pastor, theme,
"From Earth to Heaven on a Ladder."
Grace Rev. H. T. Cash, pastor. Sunday
school at 10; 11, preaching by Che pastor,
theme, "Becoming Hardened" ; 6:30, B. Y.
P. U-; 7:30, preaching by the pastor, theme,
"The Need of .Miracles."
Highland Rev. Charles F. Mielr, pastor.
Sunday school at 10; preaching by Rev. H.
E. Marshall ; themes, 11. "The Sweetest
Story Ever Told"; 2:30, "The Plan of the
Bible"; 7:30, "Zacheus"'; 6:30, B. Y. P. U.
Lents Cnurcn b:45, dun a ay school ; 11,
preaching .by Rev. EL P. Walts; 7, B. Y.
P. TJ. ; 8. service.
Grace Montavilla Rev. 7L T. Cash, pastor.
10, Sunday school; 11. preaching; 7, B. Y.
P. U 8. oreaching by the pastor.
Arleta 10. Sunday school; 11. preaching
by the pastor; 6:30. B. Y. P. U.; 7:43 preach
ing by the pastor.
Swedish-Finnish Baptist Mission meets at
7:45 In the lower White Temple. Twelfth
and Taylor streets.
Bethany (Sellwood) Rev. W. H. Hayea
pastor. 10. Sunday school: 11, preaching
by the pastor ; 6 :30. B. Y. P. U. ; 7 :3 0,
preaching by the pastor.
Mount Olivet, Seventh and Everett streets
Rev. W. A. Magett. pastor. Services, 11
and 8: Sunday school, 12 30.
Italian Mission. East Eighteenth and Tib
bet ts streets Rev. Francisco Bannella, pas
tor. 10. Sunday school; 10:30. short ser
mon for English-speaking people; 11.
preaching service; 7, pastor's circle (prayer
service); 8, preaching service.
First German. Fourth and Mill streets
Rev. Jacob Kratt. D. D.. pastor. 9:45, Sun
day school; 11 and 7: SO, preaching by the
Swedish, Fifteenth and Hoyt streets
Rev. T. Gideon Sjolander, pastor. Services,
10:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.
Third. Knott and Vancouver" Rev. Webley
J. Beaven, pastor. Bible school, 9:45; B. Y.
P. U.. 6:30: subject. 11 A. M.. "Comfort'
subject. 7:30 P. M.. "Life of Jesus," illus
trated by stereoptlcon. Trial and Crucifixion.
St- Rose's. East Fifty-third street and
Alameda Drive Rev. J. M. O'Farrell, pas
tor. Mass. 8; high mass, 10:30; benedic
tion, 4 P. M.
Immaculate Heart of Mary, Williams ave
eue and Stanton street Rev. W. A. Daly.
Mass. 6, S, 9: high mass. 11 o'clock; even
ing service, 7:80.
St. Patrick's. Nineteenth and Savior streets
Rev. E. P. Murphy. Mass, 8; high mass.
10:30: evening service, 7:X0.
Blessed Sacrament, Maryland avenue and
Blandena street Rev. Father F. W. Black.
pastor. Msss, 8 A. M.; high mass at 10:30
A. ai: evening service. 7:au.
Pro-Cathedral. Fifteenth and Davis rtree-ts
Rev. E. V. OH are- Mass. . 7:15, 8:30.
9:45; high mass. 11; evening service. 7:45.
St. Peter's. Lents Rev. F. Buetgen. Mass,
8: high mass, 10:30: evening service. T:S0.
6u Michael's (Italian), Fourth and Mill
Invited, to conduct a, Bible conference in
the St. Johns Baptist Church, begin
ning tonight and continuing until next
Prophetic and dispensations themes
will be discussed, with particular ref
erence to the Old Testament types.
One of the features of the course will
be Mr. Duff's well-known address on
the "Plan of the Ages."
The Western Norwegian-Danish An
nual Conference will meet this year at
Everett. Wash., October 4-8. Bishop M.
S. Hughes will preside. Ministers, for
mer members o f this conference, will
come from five different states. Rev.
A. Christensen. from Oakland,. Cal., on
the way to the annual conference, will
stop over here in Portland and preach
at the First Norwegian-Danish Method
ist Episcopal Church, corner cf Hoyt
and Eighteenth streets, tonight. On
Friday nighthe Young People's Mis
sionary Society will bold their annual
Fall" bazaar at the church. 68S Hoyt
street. A fine musical programme has
been prepared for the occasion.
This morning Dr. Etansfleld will
preach on "The Changing World, but
the Abiding Word of God," at the First
Methodist Episcopal Church. The Ore
gon annual conference is called to meet
in Springfield on Wednesday and, since
each pastor of the conference is re
quired to go up at that time and give
an account of the year's work, this last
Sunday is one of great importance in
all Methodist churches, and the last
service of the day is of especial signifi
cance. Because the assistant pastor.
Rev. Walter Lee Airheart, is expected
to close his work with the First Church
at this time, he Las been assigned to
preach the Sunday evening sermon. He
will have for his topic at that hour,
"The Defeat of a Soul."
. a a a
The pastor of the First Presbyterian
Church. Dr. John H. Boyd, will begin
his little sermons to the young people-
today. The young people will sit with
their parents or come forward to the
front pews or chairs reserved for them.
The pastor's story will be of five or
ten minutes' length. At about 11:20
the children will retire to the church
house, where they will be under the
oversight of assistants, who will provide
full relaxation, in the way of marching,
rhythmical exercises and singing. They
will also be divided into gros under
several leaders, who will tell stories of
the mission world, thus filling the half
hour between church and Sunday School
with helpful play and story-telling.
Mrs. Agnea Lawso-a, of faa franclsco,
is giving a metaphysical course of les
sons in "Attaining the Kingdom," in the
Comforter headquarters in the Wom
en's Exchange building on Tuesday and
Friday afternoons and evenings. Mrs.
Lawson has devoted 20 years to the
study of the literature and history of
the Jews. Bible teaching and interpre
tation are her especial work. Mrs.
Lawson is an ordained minister in the
Divine Science Church, of Denver. Ten
years ago she established a Divine
Science Church in Beattle.
Having studied in various metaphy
sical schools. Including Christian
Science, and believing in the one great
underlying truth in all of them, Mrs.
Lawson feels that her message must
henceforth be an inter-denominational
one. She is in Portland in that ca
pacity now at "The Comforter" head
quarters, and desires to meet those in
terested in educational and spiritual
Jesuit Fathers. M. J. Balestra. S. J., pastor.
Low mass, 8:30; high mass, 10:30; evening
service, 7 :30.
St. Lawrence. Third and Sherman streets
Rev. J. C. Hughes, Mass. 6, S:3Q; high
mass, 10:30; evening servic. 7:30.
St. Francis. East Eleventh and Oak
streets Rev. J. H. Black. Mass, 6, 8, 9;
high mass, 10:30; evening service, 7:30,
Holy Rosary, East Third and Clackamas
Rev. C. J. Olson. Mass. 6, 7. 8, ; high
mass, 11; evening service, 7:30. .
The Madeleine, East Twenty-fourth and
Siskiyou Rev. G-. F. Thompson. Mass, 7:30.
9; high mass, 10:30; evening service. 7:45.
St. Andrew's. East Ninth and . Alberta
streets Rev T. Klernan. Mass, 8 ; high
mass, 10:30; evening service, 7:30.
Ascension, East Yamhill and East Seventy
sixth Franciscan Fathers. Mass, 8; high
mass, 10:8U; evening service, 7:30.
Holy Redeemer. Portland boulevard and
Vancouver avenue Rev. F. H. Miller. Mass.
8, 8; high mass, 10:3O; evening service. 7:30.
Holy Cross, 774 Bowdoin street Rev. C.
Raymond. Mass, 8; high mass, 10:30; even
ing service, 7:30.
Sacred Heart, East Eleventh and Center
Rev. O. Robi. Msss. 8; high mass. 10:30;
evening service, 7:30.
St. Agatha. East Fifteenth and Miller
Rev. J. Cummisky. Mass, 8; high mass,
10:30: evening service, 7:30.
St, Joseph (German), Fifteenth and Couch
streets Rev. B. Durrer. Mass. 8; high
mass, 10:30; evening service, 7:30.
St. Stanislaus (Italian). Maryland avenue
and Willamette boulevard Rev. T. Mathew.
Mass, 8; high mass. 10:30; evening service.
St. Philip Nerl's Paulist Fathers), East
Sixteenth and Division streets William J.
Cartwright, pastor. Hours of mass, 6, 8:30,
10:30 A. M. ; evening service, 7:30 o'clock.
St. Clement's, Smith and Newton streets
Rev. C. Smith. Mass. 8; high mass. 10:30;
evening service. 7:20.
St. Ignatius, 3220 East Forty-third street
Jesuit r"athers, Father William J. Deeney,
rector. Mass, 6:30, 8. 9:15. 10:30; evening
service. 7 :30.
St. ClarsV rwpitol Hill Franciscan Fsth
ers, Rev. Modestus. pastor. Services at 7:30
and 9:15 A. M.. high mass.
v First, Everett, between Eighteenth and
iMntjieenm streets services, ix and 8: sub
ject of lesson sermonj "Matter" ; Sunday
qui i -, ana ; weauesaay evening
meeting at 8.
Second. East Sixth street and Holladay
valine .services, 11 ana e; subject of les
son sermon, "Matter"; Sunday school, 9:45;
weunesaay evening meetine at 8.
Third, East Twelfth and Salmon streets
services, it and 8; subject of lesson sermon,
"Matter"; Sunday school. 11 and 12:10;
Wednesday evening meet in sr at 8.
Fourth. Vancouver avenue and Emerson
street-r-toervice. 11 and 8: subject of les
son sermon, "Matter"; Sunday school, 9:45
ana il; Wednesday evening meeting at 8.
irtn. bixty-secona street and Forty-sec'
ond avenue Southeast Services, 11 A. M.
subject of lesson sermon, "Matter"; Sunday
school, 9:30 and 11; Wednesday evening
meeting at s.
Sixth, Portland Hotel assembly hall
Services, 11 and 8 ; subject of lesson ser
mon, "Matter"; Sunday school, 11 and 12:10;
Wednesday evening meeting at 8.
Christian Science Society, Holbrook block,
St. Johns Services, Sunday 11. Wednesday
evening meeting at 8; subject of lesson ser
University Park, Haven street, near Lom
bardRev. W. G. Handley. actinjr nastor.
10 A. M.. Sunday school; 11 A. M. and 8
P. M., preaching by tha pastor; 7 P. M..
Christian Endeavor service; prayer service
Thursday 8 f. M.
Laurel wood. Forty-fifth avenue and Sixty
fifth street. Southeast Mrs. J. J. Handsa
ker, pastor, 11 A. M., Sabbath school meets
at io a. m..
Finnish Mission, 107 Skldmore street
Samuel Neva la, pastor. Young people's
meeting at o preacning at i :30; prayer
meeting, Thursday at 8:15.
Ardenwald, Ardenwald Station H. W.
Hopllnk. speaker. Sunday School. 10:30 A.
M.; Christian Endeavor, 7:30 P. M.; church
service and sermon. 8:15 P. M.
First Church. Park and Madison streets
Luther R. Dyott, minister. Themes: 10:30
a jm.., "boa s v oice to tne People Today'
7:45 P. M., "Are Americans Sufficiently
- Pilgrim, Shaver street and Missouri ave
nue Rev. W. C. Kantner, minister. 9:45 A.
M,. Sunday school; 11 A. M., "Trading With
spiritual values ; a if. M., Junior Endeavor;
e : & f. ai., x. r. s. u. is. ; 7 :45 P. M
"Modern Spiritualism Why Not?"
Highland Rev. Edward Constant, pastor.
Preaching. 11 and 7:45; Sunday school, 9:45;
tnri6iian r-naeavor, 0:43
Atkinson Memorial Warren Morse, pastor.
9:45 A. M., Sunday school; 11 A. M , sermon,
"The Conquests of Love"; 6:S0 P. M., Y. P.
S. C. E. (changed from 7 to 6:30); 7:45
F. jm... sermon, "wno is Your Hero?
(Changed from 8 to 7:45 forthe season).
Waverly Heights, Woodward avenue and
East Twenty-third street Rev. A. C. Moses,
minister. 11, "My Creed"; 7:45, ''Eternal
Life"; 9:45, Sunday school; 7, Y. P. 8. -
Sunnyside. corner of East Taylor and East
Thirty-second streets ttev. a. J. stsub, D.
D., pastor. Services at 11 A. M. and 7 :45
p. M. : Sunday school. 9:45 A. M. ; Junior
Christian Lndeavor. 3 P. M. ; Senior Chris
ttan Endeavor, 6:15 P. M. Morning sub
ject, "The Glorious Hope of the Gospel"
evening, sermon by Dr. Raid on "Conscript,
Volunteer or Slacker Which?"
First, eorner Park and Columbia Harold
H. Griifis. pastor. Preaching at 11 A. M..
subject, "The Sublimity of a Great Con
viction"; at 7:45 P. M., "The" Survival of
the Fittest" ; Bible school at 9:45 A. M. ;
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 P. M.
East Side, East Twelfth and East Taylor
R. H. Sawyer, pastor. Communion and
sermon at 11, subject, "Th Creed of the
Christian"; song service and sermon at 7:30,
subject, "The Monster or the Man"; Bible
school at lQ:r5; Christian Endeavor at 6:30.
Wood lawn. Seventh and Liberty Joseph
D. Boyd, pastor. 9:45, Bible school; 7,
Christian Endeavor; 11, 'The Mysery of
Mysteries" ; 8, same, continued.
First, HI Twelfth street, corner Alder
Rev. Thaddeus M. Minard, pastor. Services
11 A. M. ; Bible class, P. M.; study class,
Thursday, 8 P. M.
. The .Swedish Free Church, corner of Mis
souri avenua and Sumner street li. (3. Ro
dine, pastor. Sunday school. 9:45; preach
ing. 11 a. M.; young people's meeting, 6:45;
preaching. 8 P. M.
First German, Tenth and Clay streets
G. F. Fleming. Sr- pastor. Sunday school
at 8:30 A. M. ; preaching service by the
pastor at 10:45 A. M. ; Young People's So
ciety services at 7 P. M., and preaching by
the pastor at 8 P. M.
Third Reform. Lents W. Q. Llenlcaemper.
pastor Sunday school at 10 A. M.; preach
ing service at 11 A. M.; catechetical class,
Saturday at 10 A. ac
Norwegian Danlsn. feumner and nst
Twenty-third streets North Morton Olsen,
pastor. Services Sunday at 11 A. M. and
7:30 P. M. ; Sunday school at 10; young
people's meeting at 6:30; prayer meeting,
Wednesday at 8 o'clock
Portland Mission N. Shnpp, pastor. Car
son Heights, Sunday school at 10 and
preaching at 11 A. M.; West Portland. Sun
day school at 1:30; Y. P. A. at 6:30 and
preaching at 7: SO P. M.
St. Stephen's Pro-Cathedral, Thirteenth
and Clay The Rt.Rev. W. T. Sumner, bishop
of Oregon; the Very Rev. E. H. McColUster,
dean of the Pro-Cathedral. Services: Sun
days. 7 :45 A. M.. 9:45 A. M. : school, 1 1
A. M., 7:45 P. M. Weekdays: Tuesday, T:30
A. M. ; Thursday. 9:30 A. M. ; holy days,
etc, 7: 30 A. M. Dean's office at the church,
10-12 A. M. daily except Monday. West
bound cars transfer to Thirteenth-street;
Sunnyside cars, off at Clay, two blocks west.
Trinity. Nineteenth and Everett streets
Dr. A. A. Morrison, rector. Services, 11 A.
fa. ana 8 P. s.
St. Marie's Twenty-first street North ana
Marshall street Rev. J. E. H. Simpson, rec
tor; Rev. John Hatton, associate. Services,
7:30; Sunday School, 9:45; holy eucharist
and sermon, 11 A. no evening services.
St. David's Parish. East Twelfth at Bel
mont (take East Morrison street oar ) Rev.
Thomas Jenkins, rector. Services, 1 :30, 9:30,
11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.
Church of the Good Shepherd, Graham and
Vancouver avenues Rev. John Dawson, rec
tor. Holy communion, 7:30 A. M. : Sunday
school, 9:45 A. M. ; morning service, 11 a.
M. ; popular evening service, 7:3o.
Church of Our Savior. Woodstock Arch
deacon Chambers tn charge. Services every
Sunday at 11 A. M. ; Sunday school at 10.
St. Andrews, Herford street, Portsmouth
Archdeacon Chambers in charge. Serv
ices every Sunday at 11 A. AL; Sunday
school at la
St. John's Church, corner East Fifteenth
and Harney streets. Sellwood Archdeacon
Chambers in charge. Services at 11 A. M.
and 7:30 P. M. ; Sunday school at 10. .
St. Paul's, Woodmere Rev. Oswald W.
Taylor, vicar. Hoiy communion, first Sun
day of month, 8 ; evening prayer and ser
mon. 4, except the first Sunday of month.
Grace Memorial, Weidler and East Seven
teenth streets North Rev. Oswald W. Tay
lor, vicar. Holy communion. 8, excepting
on first Sunday in the month; morning
prayer and sermon. 11; Sunday school, 10.
No evening service.
Church of Our Savior, Woodstock, East
Forty-first street and Sixtieth avenue
Archdeacon Chambers In charge. Sunday
school, 10 A. M. ; service and sermon at 11
Bishop Morris Memorial Chapel, Good
Samaritan Hospital Holy communion, 7 A.
M. ; evening. 7:15.
St. Mathew's. Corbett and Bancroft
streets Services 11 A. M. ; Sunday school,
10 A, M.; vicar. W. A. M. Breck.
St. James, corner West Park and Jeffer
son streets Rev. W. E. Brinkman. pastor.
Sunday school, 10 A. M.; morning worship, !
11 A. M.
Lutheran Mission, Hamilton Chapel, 80th
and East Glisan streets F. J. Eppling, pas
tor. Sunday school at 10 o clock A. M. ;
regular services at 10:45 A, M.
Bethel Free, corner W ygant and Rodney
avenue Rev. J. A. Stavney, pastor. Services
at 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. ;Sunday school at
9:45 A. M.
Our Savior's, East Tenth and Grant streets
Sor vices for today In EngUsn omy at lu:o.
Rev. Green, of Emanuel Hospital, preaching
Sunday school. 9:30.
St. James English, corner West Park and
Jefferson streets Rev. W. E. Brinkman,
pastor. Sunday school, 10 A M. ; morning
worship. 11; sermon, "Where Are the Nine?"
Luther League, 7 P. M. ; evening worship,
S P. M. ; sermon, "What Is It to Be a
Grace English (Missouri Synod), Mason
and Alblna avenue Rev. "2. Probst, pastor.
Services, 10:30 A. i . and 7:30 P. M.
Evangelical Zion Church. Missouri Synod.
Salmon and Chapman streets H. H. Kop
peimann, pastor. Lenten services. German.
10:15 A. M.; EnglUh. 7:45 P. M,
West Side Norwegian Lutheran, Four
teenth and Davis streets Wllhelm Petter
on, pastor. English services, first and third
Sundays of each month at 11 A. M. and
second and fourth Sundays at 8 P. M. ;
Norwegian services, first and third Sundays
of each month at 8 P. M. and second and
fourth Sundays at 11 A. M. ; Sunday school
at 10 A. M. ; English and Norwegian Men s
Club, the third Monday at 8 P. M.; Y. P. S..
Tues&ay evening; English Bible class. Friday
evenings ; vesper service at 5 P. M. each
Sunday in the hall at the corner of Fif
teenth and Alberta.
Imxnanuel, Nineteenth and Irving streets
Rev. A V. Anderson, pastor. Services at 11
A. M. and 8 P. M. ; Sunday school, 9:45 A.
M. ; Young People's meeting, first and third
Tuesday of each month; syskonring. second
and fourth Tuesday, 8:15 P. M. ; Thursday
evening services, 8:1b; Ladies' Aid. first
Bethany Danish, Union avenue North and
Morris street Rev. L- P. Kjohler, pastor.
Sunday school and Bible class. 10 A. M. ;
services, 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. ; young peo
ple's meeting, Thursday. 8 P. M.
Trinity German (Missouri Synod), Will
iams and Graham avenues J. A. Rim bach,
pastor. Services at 10:15 A. M., 7:30 P. it.;
Sunday school. 9:15 A. M.
- St. Paul's (German) East Twelfth and
Clinton A. Krause, pastor. Sunday school,
9:30 A, M. At 10:30 A. M. leave Jeffer
son depot for Salem via Oregon Electric
Railway. Services at Salem Fair Ground
at 12:30 P. M.
Latter-Day Saints, corner of East Twenty
fifth and Madison streets Sunday school at
10; special evening services at 7:30 o'clock.
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ. East
Seventy-sixth and Irving streets Elder
C E. Jones, pastor, residence 4a East Seventy-fourth
street North. Services, preach
ing, 11 A. M. and 7:45 P. M. ; prayer meet
ing on Wednesday at 8 P, It; meeting Fri
Laurel wood. Sixty-third, near Foster road
-C. R- Carlos, pastor. Services, 11 A. M.
and 7:45 P. M. ; Sunday school, 9:45 A, M.
Mount Tabor, corner of East Stark and
Sixty-first street E. Olin Eldridge , pastor.
Preaching, 11 A. M. and S P. M.
Centenary Methodist Episcopal Church.
East Ninth and Pine streets T. W. Lane,
minister. Sunday school, 9:45 A. M. ; 11
A. M.. preaching; 6:30 P. M-, Epworth
League; 6:30 P. M., class meeting; 7:43
P. M., preaching; prayer meeting on Thurs
day night, 7:30.
Bethel African Rev. W. TI. Prince, pastor.
Sunday school, 9:30 A. M. ; preaching, 11
A. M. ; Christian Endeavor, 7 P. M.; evening
First Church South, Union avenue and
Multnomah street W. J. Fenton, pastor.
Services at 11 A. M. and 8 P. M.
Montavilla. East Thirty-sixth and Pins
streets C L. Hamilton, pastor. 11 A. M 8
Epworth. North Twenty-sixth and Savler
streets Rev. C. O. McCulloch. pastor. Sun
day school, 9:45; public worship, 11 and
7:45: Epworth League, 6:43.
Rose City Park A. A. Heist, pastor. Sun
day school, 9:45; morning service, 11; even
ing service, 7.
Sellwood, corner East Fifteenth street and
Tacoma avenue Rev. Alexander R. Mac
lean, pastor. 10 A. M.. Sunday school; 11
A. M., preaching service, sermon by the pas
tor; 2:30. Junior League, Miss Marcy, super
intendent; 7 P. M., Epworth League; 8 P.
M.. preaching service, sermon by the pastor
University Park. Flsk and Lombard
streets Rev. J. T. Abbett D. D. Services
11 A. M., 7:80 P. M. ; .Sunday school, 9:45
A. M. ; Epworth League, 6:30 P. M. Prayer
meeting. 7:45 o'clock Thursday.
German, Rodney avenue and Stanton
street I. A. Schumann, pastor. Sunday
school, 9:45 A M. ; services, 11 A." M. and
8 P. M.; Epworth League. 7:15 P. M.
Sunnyside. corner East Yamhill and East
Thirty-fifth streets R. Elmer Smith, pas
tox. Sunday school, 9:50 A. M. : preaching,
11 A M.. Epworth League, 6:30 P. M ; peo
ple's popular service. 7:45 P. M
Wood lawn. East Tenth North and High
land street Rev. W. E. Kloster, pastor.
Sunday school, 10 A, It.; morning service,
11 A M.; Epworth Learns, 7 P. M. : evaninsi
service. 7:45; prayer meeting. Thursday
7:43 P. M.
St. Johns, Leavltt and Hay streets Rev,
J. H. Irvine, minister. Morning service at;
11 o'clock: evening worahip, T
Brentwood Rev. Paul F. Green, paster,
Sunday school. 9:30; preaching. 1L
Kendall Rev. Paul F. Green, pastor. Bun
day school. 10; preaching, 7:3a
Lrents Rev. F. M. Jasper, pastor. Pun
day school, 9:45; preaching. 11 and 7:45;
Epworth League, 6:30
Linn ton Rev. S. H. Dewart. paster. Sun
day school. 10; preaching, 7:30.
Pat ton Rev. G. H. Fees', pastor. Sun
day school, 9:45; preaching. 11 and 7:30;
young people's meeting, 6:30.
Westmoreland Rev. R. N. Sand! fur. pas
tor. Sunday school. 10; Epworth League
6:30: preaching. 7:30.
Trinity Rev. F. N. Sand If ur. pastor. Sun
day school. 9:45; preaching, 11 and 7:30;
Epworth Leauge. 6:30.
Woodstock Rev. L. C Poor, pastor. Sun
day school, 9:45 A M. ; preaching, 11 A M.
and 7:80 P. M; Epworth League, 6:80 P. M.
Lincoln Rev. W. T. Kerr, pastor. Sun
day school. 10: preaching. 11 and 7:30.
Taylor - Street CBrca Services every
Sunday at 10:15 A. M.. at Circle Theater, li
First, corner Twelfth and Taylor- Josh us,
Stansfield. D, D-. and Walter Lee Airheart.
ministers. Preaching at 16:30 A. M. by Dr.
Stansfield. "The Changing World, but the
Abiding Word of God"; preaching at 7:45
by the Rev. Mr. Airheart. "The Defeat of
The First Norwegian -Danish, corner Hoyt
and Eighteenth streets Rev. Ellas Gjerding..
pastor, obi rioyt street Morning service, 11;
sermon by the pastor, subject, "What Should
a Man Give in Exchange for His Life?"
evening service at 8. sermon by Rev. A.
Christensen, from Oakland. Cal. ; Tuesday
night, young people's meeting.
Vancouver Avenue Norwegian and Dan
ish, corner of Vancouver avenue and Skid
more street H. P. Nelsen. pastor. Services
at 11 and 8. Rev. A. Christensen. of Oak
land, Cal., will preach In the morning snd
the pastor in the evening. Sunday school
at 9:45 In the morning. AH Scandinavians
Rose City Park Aaron Allen Heist, pas
tor. Sunday school, 9:45; morning worship,
11; evening worship. 7:30.
NEW CBVRCK SOCIETY.
Swedenborgian, 331 Jefferson street. Rear
Broadway. 11 A. M sermon topic, "Tb
Secret of Spiritual Healing." by Rev. Will
iam R. Reece; Sunday school for adult and
children's classes, 10:15 A. M.
First German, Twelfth and Clay Q. H el
se h 00 1. 9:30; Y. p. L J.
Kenil worth Presbyterian Church, corner
East Thirty-fourth And Gladstone avenue
Rev. E. P. Lawrence, minister. Morn in s
worship at 11 A. M. Mr. Baker, president
of the Anti-Saloon League, will apeak on
"Law Enforcement." Union service at 8 P.
M. at Clinton Kelly M. E. Church. Rev. A.
C. Moses will deliver the address, Sunday
school at 9:45 A. M.
Central, East Pine and Thirteenth streets
Dr. Arthur F. Bishop, minister; 10:30.
sermon by Dr. Bishop; Sunday school at
noon, 7:45, sermon by Dr. Bishop.
Vernon, East Nineteenth and Wygant
streets Rev. John R. Landsborough, pastor
Preaching. 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.
Central, East Pine and Thirteenth streets
Rev. Arthur F. Bishop, D. D.. minister.
Sermon at 10:30. No evening service. Sun
day school at noon.
Westminster Rev. Pence, pastor. 10:30 A,
M. "The Presence of the Great Presence";
7:30 -P. M.. "The Discouraged Man."
Unity, Seventy -first and iaandy noulevard,
Rev. W. Lee Gray, pastor. Sunday school.
9:45; preaching, 11 A. M. and 8 P. M.;
Junior Christian Endeavor, 8 P. M.; inter
mediate, 4:15 P. M. ; Young People's So
ciety of Christian Endeavor. 7 P. M.
Fourth, First and Glbos streets Henry G.
Hanson, pastor, 10:30 A. M; 12. Sunday
school; 6:30. Christian Endeavor: 7:30.
Calvary. Eleventh and Clay streets Pres
ident Wallace H. Lee. of Albany College, will
preach both morning and evening.
Hope S. W. Seemann, minister. Morn
ing subject, "Our Programme for the Year";
evening subjecf, "The Relation of Religion
to Prosperity and Success."
Mount Tabor. East Fifty-fifth and Bel
mont streets Ward W. MacHenry, minister.
Morning sermon, "A Programme of Ad
vance" ; evening sermon, "The Full-Orbed
Man"; mid-week service, 'Acts of the Apos
tles." Mlzpah, corner East Nineteenth and Divi
sion streets Rev. D. A. Thompson, minister.
Sabbath school. 10 A. M.. A. M. Howell, sup
erintendent; morning service. 11 A. M.,
theme, "Patient Wafting"; Christian En
deavor, 6:45. leader, Elizabeth Pooge; even- .
lng worship, 7:45. theme, "Singleness of
Purpose"; prayer meeting Thursday at 8
Calvary, corner Eleventh and Clay streets
Services 10:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. 1L Major
W. S. Gilbert will preach In the morning.
Dr. Maud Allen, from India, will deliver
an address . in the evening. Major Gilbert
Central, East Pine and Thirteenth streets
Dr. Arthur F. Bishop, minister. 10:30,
"The Gideon Band in the Church'; 7:30,
"The Heroism of Self-Control" ; Sunday
school at noon; Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:30.
Westminster, East Seventeenth street
North and Schuyler Edward H. Pence, D.
D., pastor. Morning service at 10:30, "What
Astonished Jesus"; evening service at 7:45,
Rev. Dr. Milligan, pastor of Immanuel Pres
byterian Church, of Tacoma. will preach.
Rev. Levi Johnson, assistant pastor of the
First Presbyterian Church, of this city, will
preach Sunday morning and evening at tho
Rose City Park Presbyterian Church. Thera
will be special music at both services.
First Spiritual Science Church. Manchester
Hall, 85 V Fifth street, hold services every
Sunday at 3 P. M. and 8 P. M. Lectures and
demonstration by Rev. Max Hoffman, assist
ed by Robert Schmus and Samuel T. Semans
Circles at 5 P. M. Good music Everybody
Church of the Boul, Auditorium Hall.
Third street, near Taylor Dr. L. McL.
Augus. pastor; conference. 11; healing cen
ter, 2; mediums' meeting. 3; circles, 6;
evening service. 8.
Christian. Royal oulMIng, Morrison, be
tween Broadway and Park, room 606 Serv
ices, 8; lecture and message. A
First Spiritualist Church, Sixth and Mont
gomery streets A. Scott Blesdoe, pastor ;
Etta S. Blesdoe. assistant. Services, Sunday,
3 P. M. and 8 P. M. ; Wednesday. 8 P. M. ;
Sunday school at 11 A. M. ; study class con
ducted by Mrs. Mary Congdon. Seats free,
Third. Sixty-seventh street and Thirty
second avenue Southeast. E. O. Shepherd
pastor. Preaching. 11 and 8 o'clock.
First, East Fifteenth and Morrison street:1
p. o. Bo neb rake, pastor. Sunday schoo
at 10 A. M. ; preaching at 11 A. M, and
P. M. ; Endeavor. 7 P. M.
Alberta, Twenty-seventh and Alberts
streets Clinton C. Bell, pastor. Public wor
ship, 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.; Sunday
school, 10 A. M. ; Y. P. S. C. E., 6:30;
prayer meeting. Thursday. 8 P. M.
Mission, 446 Jessup street Sunday serv
ices as usual; Sabbath school, 10; preaching,
11, by Rev. C. T. Carpenter; Christian En
deavor, 7; evening service.
Kenton, Lombard and Chatham streets
J. S. Coie. pastor, 129 West Lombard street.
Preaching, 11:15 ana 7:3u; isioie scnool, iu;
Christian Endeavor, Senior and Intermedi
ate, 6:30; prayer meeting, Thursday even
Ockley Green, Willamette boulevard and
Gay street Hifbert H. Farnum, pastor.
Sunday school, IO A. M. ; preaching. 11 A.
M, and 7:30 P. M. ; Junior C. E.. 3; Senior
C. E., 6:30 P M. ; prayer meeting. Wednes
day evening at 7:45.
First, East Sixteenth and Poplar streets
J. A. Qoode, pastor. Sunday school, 9:50
A. M.; preaching. 11 A, M. ; K. L. C. E
6 80 P. M. ; preaching. 7 :80 P. M. : mid
week prayer meeting. Thursday. 7:30 P. M.
St. John's A. B. Lay ton, pastor, wl.l
preach both morning and evening. Sunday .
school at 10 A. M,; Christian Endeavor at
Church of Our Father. Broadway and
Yamhill street Rev. Thomas L. Eliot, D. D.,
minister emeritus: Rev. William G. Eliot,
Jr., minister; service at 11 A. M-; Sunday
school at 9:45 A. M. ; evening forum Inter
Bahal Assembly Friday evening 8 o'clock,
room 516 Eilers building.
First Nazarene, East Seventh and Couch
Streets Rev. C Howard Davis, pastor.
Highland Park Nazarene Church. 1183
East Fourteenth street North Pastor, W. P.
Keebaugh. Preaching at 11 A- M. and 8 P.
M. Sunday school at 10 A. M.
Peniel Mission, 2 08 First street Sunday
school at 2 P. M. ; holiness service at 3 P.
M. ; sermon by Rev. Blanche Cox; gospel
service at 8 P. M.
Missionary Prayer Band meets at First
Nazarene Church. East Seventh and Couch
streets, at 10 A. M. Tuesday.
Assembly Hall. Morgan buiidlng Dr. Alza
mon Ira Lucas in sermon-lecture every Sun
day night at 8 o'clock. Admission free. No
Christian and Missionary Alliance, East
Ninth and Clay streets John E. Fee, pas
tor. Sunday school, 10 A. M. ; preaching It
A. M. ; prayer meeting, Tuesday evening at
7:45; Friday, 2:30 P. M., Bible study and
prayer. Dr. Reld, the Irish evangelist, will
preach on Sunday morning.
The Comforter Headquarters, Center of
Applied Christianity, 1&6 Fifth street.
Women's Exchange buiidlng. Lecture, 11 A.
M., topic "Revelation"; also 8 P. M.. topic.
'The Lord's Prayer"; speaker, Agnes W.