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THE SUNDAY OREGOMAX, PORTLAND, JANUARY 37, 1918.
Klrhard f. lb-'t. M l. II. Ji. J. li.
iLlppliicott. Co.. rhllad.Ipala.
Frank and vinrrrt In tone. Ihla bonk
treats th K.n.ral jubl'tt In an In
tsr.sttna" manner th-t win th reader's
attention. It will attract not only medl
cal students and physicians, but the
curious sreneral public.
To all yeans; men nesltatlns; on the
question: "Shall I He a Physician?
the book appeals with special force.
Ir. Cabot does for the medical pro
fession what these other experts did for
their profession (Ttvlna; a clear Idea of
the preparation of the physician, the
factors makinK for success and what
rewards the yonns: man may hope for
If he chooses to ariont the profession.
I.Ike his co-authors In the IJppmrott's
training series, he Is an enthusiast, be
Klievina; sincerely that medlcire "Is I
profession which can use the whole of
a man as no other profession can. The
physician la the child of his ace. Such
an opportunity as a ureal painter had
In the Renaissance or a arest musician
had In the early years of the 19th ci-n
tory. a physician has today. Its re
wards, as I see them are beyond those
of any other profession.
It Is significant to be told that:
Among the rewards which the doctor
cannot expect Is wealth, rVnr doctors
hare erer srrown rich from their medi
cal fees and If I read the sisrn of the
times rlrhtly. the number of doctors
with Incomes above i"u a year Is
roiner to be smaller In the future than
in the past.
"Many, especially many women ana
many Frenchmen, are expert in ine
Ion st-praet Iced art of human Inter
course. o one ever nnerstanos peo
ple nor made them understand him. as
Jesus Christ did. His method and his
Dint- seen best In his own words and
actions, can also be atudted In those of
his followers In St. I'auU St. Frances
Assist and Joan of Arc as well as In
the truest christians of ones own ac
Towards the beliefs or otner cuua.
rr. Cabot Is kind and polite. "A patient
told by a doctor that he must have
sursrlcal operation performed. He
naturally dreads It and seeks relief
elsewhere. The Chinese herb ooctor.
he Christian Scientist, the osteopath
II agree In telling him that he neeis
no operation. I believe that all the
.eallng cults, from Christian Science
Jown. do a certain amount of Imium-
able good" This Is with special rei-
rence to the stale of ones mind ai-
r"e.-tln bodily ailments.
Contents: The professional type or
octor and the preparation for It: the
raining of the family physician; prep-
ration for public health work: Condi-
ns of failure In practice: rectors 01
uccess: the cnance lor
octors; city practice . counir
ractice: the Influence ol orugiess
eallng. Christian Science, osteop.nny
ntt other social culls on develop-
ent and success of the doctor: the In
fluence) of Important punnc neann
rruaades" on medical development ano
nedtcal .practice: the health crusaoes
gainst typhoid: malaria and oiner
rentable diseases: the private prar-
t loner's competition with group niedl-
tie. and the rewarus of medical wora.
auowat. Lcues oho one rw$-once Passionately
FERLENTLY.. .SHE LIKES WD ADMIRES OTHER WEN
BUT LUCKY 15 THAT WAT9 WHO GETS HER LOUB."
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f . . -vrr-ij .:
Authoror7hen'niny erzcZJ?etvrx?. of ii&-Piisici3-ri"
chusetta state department of health.
The book has these departments: Char
acteristics of the Field Studied: the
Noon Luncheon: The Food of Women
Living Away From Their Families:
The Food of Women In Organised
Houses: Food of Certain Plspensary
I'aticnts. and Comparative Summaries
and Constructive Suggestions. The
book fairly bristles with figures and
the whole presentation Is of marked
man campaign of allegations that
f rancs-tireurs committed atrocities on
poor, defenseless, persecuted German
troops mho invaded Belgium in the
Summer of DM.
war service. Van Watson; prayer meet
ing. Kern Hudson: "Society Alms for
1918." by the . president. Franklin
Last Sunday, a rally was held at the
Sunnyslde Methodist Church by Kp
worth League. Sunnyslde Friends
Christian Endeavor Society. Sunnyside
Presbyterian and Sunifyside Congrega
tional societies. There was an attend
ance of 150. A special programme con
sisting of music, talks and a get-ac
quainted social hour was held.
Miss Mildred Bartholtyiew. presidont
of the Sunnyside- Epworih League and
chairman of the meeting, gave an in
spiratlonal address on "The Upward
Reach and the Outward Reach." Miss
Hundhimer. deaconess of the Sunnyslde
Methodist Church, srave a pointed talk
on the needs of the community in
regard to the young people's societies.
Following is Bishop Sumner's official
list of appointments for the holding
of confirmation services:
February 3 A. M., St. Matthew's. Port
lanl: P. M.. Our Saviour, Woodstock.
February 10 A. M.. Oood Bhepherd. Port
land: P. M., Ft. I'auJ s. womlmere.
February IT A. !.. t. ilichaei's, Port
land: P. M., St. Andrew's. Portland.
February 24 A. M.. St. Marks. Medford;
P. M.. Trinity. Ashland.
February -'j P. M.. Bu Luke's. Grants
March 10 A. M., Grace. Portland; P. M.,
AM Saints. Portland.
March 17 A. M.. Ft. David's, Portland!
P. M., St. John's. &ellwooi.
March 24 A. M., St. Mark's, Portland;
P. M St. Paul s. Oregon City.
March 31 A. M.. Pro-Cathedral, , Port
lands P. M., Pre-Calhedral, Portland.
April 7-A. M., Trinity, Portland; P. M.,
Chrlat. St. Helens.
April .l-"-A. M., Grace, Astoria; P. M.,
jt. Harn.-ibas. McMinnville.
April A. M.. Good Samaritan, corval
lls; P. M.. St. Peter s. Albany.
May 3 A. M.. St. Mary's. Ernttne.
May 12 A. M., St. Stephens, Newport;
P. M., St. John's. Toledo.
The president, three former presi
dents and two other members of the
Young People's Society of Christian
Kndeavor of Pilgrim Congregational
Church have entered the service or
the Nation. In honor of these the
society will present to the church at
the service this evening a Deautirui
service flag. A delegation of soldiers
from Vancouver Barracks will be pres
ent. Usual service at 11 A- -u.
Mrs. Millie R. Trumbull, of the Child
Labor Commission, will speak at 4:30
o'clock today at the vesper service of
the Young Women's Christian Associa
tion. Tea will be served at 5:30 P. M.
All girls are invited.
TWe Orwwlh f a l.egewtl, by ymand Van
lnxenbnve. (1.2J. u. P. Putnam's Sons.
Fernand van Langenhove Is a scien
tific man and ha writes an Interest
ing book. He Is the scientific secre
tary of the Solvav Institute of Sociol
ogy. Krussels. "The Growth of a L- President Cleveland and Lloyd George
gend Is a lielglan expose of the Oer-I The editor-has made wise selections.
DemaMf y Today, edited by Christian Cans.
40 cents, Scott, Fonuman ft Co., New
Written for the us of secondary
schools and colleges, to make the
young understand the situation in
which our country find itself today
In Its efforts "to make the world safe
for democracy." this little book fills
a decided want and ought to have a
Many of President Wilson's war
messages, speeches and addresses on
democracy are given; also Lincoln's
Gettysburg speech and address each of
t Mary Dl'nn. rtutrate.J.
I The l eatury l a . .w !....
There Is a girl In this sterling r.ng-
-h novel, railed Miss neairire .u..-
w. of Kentucky, who Is the neroine
f a great love. She loves once ai.a
or all liuta iiawi-m.
rmy officer, and knows that she
ves him "until deatn aom us pn.
tfleld experiences a similar emo-
on about ner so me
"Comrades" Is a love-story with the
reat war as background. The scenes
in Germany. France, Italy, wi
nd and the United States: and the
traders are all sooner or later
ight In the colossal conflict.
The story begins In Iresden. C.er-
nany. where most or tn principal
hararters have gathered for the opera,
hls Is almost a year before the out
reak of hostilities, but the reader Is
isde to feel the storm gathering.
The scene shifts to the old student
Ity of Lelpxlg. where the principal
harartere gather In a pension prelim
nary to their attendance on lectures
t the university. The most popular
ourse. it happens. Is one-dealing es
erlally with the Inside diplomacy of
he War of 1ST.
The students in Frau Tternhofs pen
Ion and their acquaintances outside
re an alluringly varied group a brll
ant Pole, a handsome ' Rumanian, a
rench spv. a German secret service
gent, a German nobleman, Hatfield.
. young Englishman studying for-th
iplomatle service, and Miss Ludlow, a
asclnating American girl and her
Bang! enters the big war. Hatfield
one of the contemptible Knglish
rmy of 0,000. and the interest la in-ens.
IN PORTLAND'S CHURCHES
Atkinson Church to Give 10
Day Special Service.
Rev. A. J. Sulleas. Who Will Direct
Seriea, Recognised as Enthusiastic
ictitlned From Pace lo.)
preach st the First Kaptlst Church
I White Temple! Sunday. His morning
topic will .be "When the Kingdom of
Heaven Hraweth Nigh." In the evening
Ir. Tram in will speak on "The World,
an Auction Block." He Is an Inter
esting speaker and his messages are
helpful and Inspiring.
Ir. Trawin cams to Oregon recently
from the First Baptist Church, of Hoise,
Idaho, where he was pastor for seven
years. At one time he was pastor of
the Croxer Seminary Church. Chester.
I'a . before coming to the Pacific Coast.
The Temple quartet will be heard at
Rev. Montgomery to Preach
at First Presbyterian.
Urge a Recital by Fdgar E. Carem
aad peel a I Malral embers by
-Mra. Vlratlala "nearer llalchlaoa
letter ana Dtnry ft Alan Nrecer. l 13.
t'Uarles Krrlbnrr e Mnl New 1 erk City.
It la not possible to read this hok
without being thrilled and touched hy
he recital of a great young poet who
nllsted In the Foreign Legion of
ranee and si killed In the battle
narge- at Relloy-en-Santerre. July 4.
I. The book i made uo of niemo
ls from his air diary, letters to rela
iT.4. newspaper dispatches, etc
These letters. addressed to his
-iothr and friends, contain his frank
ipre.slon of all bis hopes snd fears.
"ho diary, found In France by his
ther. Is arranged chronologically
lth the letters, and the whoie vol
me Is the expression of a brave and
ensitive soul, meeting gladly and with
tiperb courage all the vicissitudes and
-asertles of the great war. Alan See
er was a poet and his prose has the
motional Imagery of po'rr and the
orre of a soldier's vigorous, direct
The frontispiece shown Is made from
photograph hitherto unknown to his
tarlea ef I be AM M
'by I'harla Franklin Carter.
it t (v. paa F m ts-a.
Seven well-written stories. filled
elth, charming sentiment and color.
tany of them are based on historical
ict and give faithful pictures of life
mong the Indians and Spaniards In
Nueva California' during the early
avs of the past century. The typo-
raphical appearance of the book la a
by Alma Newton, ft. Duf field
la. New York City.
A wonderfully written story with a
ep spiritual meaning in it that takes
on. reading to understand. let the
eading la decidedly worth the while.
The plot Is queer. Two young women
re In love with l.oul Itenaud and. of
urse. he prefers only one. The one
ho tells the story. Barah Kreeshna.
tatea her own story of self-sarrif ice.
er recital depicts a great, noblo love.
r Faa4 ml waratag Wosaesi la
213 pases. The Women s Kducatlonal and
Industrial t'nlaa of Bstnn
Here we have a valuable and searrh-
r rerura Ol an iiiirpunkii'n liiv
partmeat of research of the above
imed association, edited' by Luciie
aves. i n. i ' . qirmtir oi inn
on, la o-opsraiiua with the Mini-
AT the First Presbyterian Church,
Twelfth and Alder streets, the
services will be In charge of Rev. A. J.
Montgomery, I. P.. who Is superin
tendent of the Presbyterian Church for
Oregon. The pastor. Rev. John II. Boyd.
IX IX. Is absent from the city on a
visit to the camps and cantonments in
In the morning at 10:30 Dr. Mont
gomery will preach on "The Solution
of Oregon's Religious Problems." This
will be of great Interest because of
lr. Montgomery's knowledge of con
ditions. He spends much time travel
ing from one end of the state to the
other and solving religious problems
for the different communities. A short
sermon to children will be given as
usual. This is an opportunity to remind
parents that children are permitted to
withdraw from the room after the chil
dren's sermon and are taken care of
bv a committee of women from the
In the evening at 7:35 Pr. Mont
gomery will preach on "loes the Line
Still Hold?" This Is an application of
the war conditions to the matters of
our lives. In the morning Mrs. Virginia
Spencer Hutchinson will sing "By the
v aters of Babylon, by Howell, and
In the evening Edgar K. Coursen will
give an organ recital from 7:1S to
This Is the programme of the organ
recital: (a) "Marche Pontificals" tDe
la Tornbelle, h "Concert Piece No. 1
(Parker), (e) "Romanes From alignon
A service flag will be dedicated at
the Mount Tabor Methodist Episcopal
Church tonight at 7:30 o'clock. The
flag contains 34 stars and will be pre
sented to the church by the Epworth
League. An excellent programme has
been arranged by the committee.
Prerentation of the service flag will
be made by C C. Miller, followed by an
address by Dr. F oiin Eldrldge. Music
will be furnished by the Cardinal
(ladies! Quartet. Washington Chapter
(Masonic) Quartet and the choir of
Mount Tabor Church.
Rev. John Iawson. rector of the
Church of the Good Shepherd, at Gra
ham and Vancouver avenues, baa In
vited the soldier boys quartered on Rus
sell street to an Informal "at home" In
the parish halL Monday and Thursday
evenings. The guild will serve refresh
ments. e e a
At the annual meeting of Ft. James
Lutheran Church, held last Sunday, the
following persons were duly elected by
unanimous vote of the congregation to
serve as officers of the rhurcb coun
cil: I- C. Michelsen. G. A. Larson. Otto
HJurkmsn and George Uracher. The
public Installation service will be held
In connection with the regular services
at II A. M. today.
The church review and reports of the
past year show the mngregatlon te be
In a prosperous and healthy condition.
Splendid work has been accomplished
In all societies of the church. The ac
tivities of tne church bespeak well for
the ensuing year.
Talbot, of Kimball College, Salem, will
preach at todays services. In the
evening a service flag bearing 33 stars
will be dedicated. There will be music
by the choir and two quartets.
Mrs. J. J. Tlandsaker, pastor of the
Laurelwood Congregational Church, is
preaching a series of sermons on "What
la Religion"' The speaker for the 6
o'clock vesper services this afternoon
Is Professor Paul Douglas, of lieea
The Oregon Churchman, the official
publication of the diocese, issued a New
Year's number consisting of &e dii.
the largest in Its history. It is attract
ively printed, contains a number of
illustrations, and its special features
Include a historical sketch covering the
two generations of diocesan history. A
Christmas magaxlne of 6a pages was
issued Just before the holidays.
Several new branches of the Woman's
Auxiliary have recently been organ
ised under the direction of Mrs. Julia S.
Whlteford, field secretary of the Gen
eral Board of Missions. These Include
St. Andrew's, Portsmouth, and St. John's,
Sellwood. A branch for St. John's. Mil
waukie. will be organised next Thurs-I
day at the home of Mrs. John Hart.
The Rev. J. Atlwood Stansfield, who
conducted successful missions at the
Pro-Cathedral and St. David's Church,
will go to Astoria Monday to begin a
week's mission there, at Grace Church.
. Atkinson Church is preparing for 10
days of special service to be held every
evening, except Saturday, beginning
Thursday, January 31, and closing Sun
day, February 10. District cottage
prayer meetings are being held, a thor
ough canvass of the district will be
made by the invitation committee, new
hymn books, which include most of the
favorite, well-known hymns, have been
bought, a male quartet is being or
ganized and special soloists have been
obtained. Each evening will have spe
cial features of Interest. On each of
the two Saturday afternoons there will
be a special meeting for children, and
plans are being made for afternoon
meetings for women.
The preacher for the series is the
Rev. Arthur J. .Sullen, who has been
superintendent of the Congregational
hume missionary work for nearly two
years past for Oregon and Southern
Idaho. Mr. Sullens has had constant
touch and practical experience with
men. He took a Chicago church having
a heavy indebtedness and cleared it off.
He started and organized the first'
Church in Gary. Indiana, and erected
a fine stone edifice and obtained extra
lots to allow for future growth. Gary
is the greatest steel-producing place in
the Tuirld and the Lnited States Stee
Corpiaation has Its greatest plant there
and other large manufactories are also
From there Mr. Sullens came to
Christian Endeavor Day to
Be Observed Here.
Sunnyslde Congregational orlety
Acreages "pert a I Programme for
Kvralng bervlce Chairmen to
Dr. K. Olln Eldrldge. pastor of Mount
Tabor Methodist Episcopal Church, was
taken to Portland Sanitorium last week
for a rest, but be expects to be In his
pulpit again next Sunday. President
THE Sunnyslde Congregational Chris
tian Endeavor Society will hold
special programmes stiindny. celebrat
ing Christian Endeavor day. The topic
of the regular prayer meeting is "Chris
tian Endeavor Goals." which will be
presented by the chairmen In charge of
committees working for those coals.
The entire evening church services.
at 7:45 I. it., will also be In charge of
the Lndeavorers and the following pro
gramme will be held:
"Juniors as an Essential Factor li
the Christian Endeavor Cause," by
"The Golden Link of Intermediate in
the Endeavor Chain," by Marguerite
"A New Interpretation of an Old
Motto for Christ snd the Church," by
"Material and Spiritual Results of a
Live Christian Endeavor Society." by
"Kunnyslde's Place on the Map of
Oregon Endeavorlem," by Faye Stein-metx.
Musical numbers will be Interspersed
among these speeches. Selections will
bs rendered by the orchestra. Junior,
intermediate and senior choruses.
The Sunnyslde Intermediates are also
celebrating Christian Endeavor day.
The following chairmen will present
their goals: Lookout, Harriet UKden;
missionary, Margaret Hannlford: music
and flower, Marjory Lent: social. Flor
ence Jacobs: press, llollikter Skillim:
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RfT. Arthnr J. Snlln. Who Will
l-read per tit I Ten-Ijr Service
at Atklanoo Memorial Ckurrt..
Koine. Idaho, where he was pastor for
six years and was responsible for the
erection of a $40,000 church edifice.
His work also has taken him much
amotiK yuuntf people, for he was for
some time pant superintendent of Sun
day school extension work for Illinois,
Indiana and Ohio in oranlzim? and
bulldinsr up Sunday schools. Mr. Sul
lens received a good musical education
la Toronto, Can., an dls a pood player
on the piano and pipe oriran. He also
has been a director of choirs and choral
Ills constant touch with many men
and various Christian leaders Rive him
a fine opportunity to know present-day
needs and hoV to meet them. He is
Junt returning this week from a Na
tional conference of such leaders at St.
Lou In. His general theme for his ad
dresses In the Atkinson meetings will
be "Vital Life Questions." The co-oper
ation. Interest and attendance of the
people of the community-is solicited for
this series of meetings.
all a -tps: n, pr-fachlne by Rev. XT. L. Tra
win, theme, "When the Kingdom of Heaven
Draws Nifch"; ttru. B. Y. P. U.; 7:4.",' preach
ing hy Hev. c. L. Trawin, theme. 'The
World an Auction Block."
East Side. Eajt Twentieth and Ankeny
street Kev. W. B. Hinaon, D. D., pastor.
:"), tiundny school; 11, preaching by Dr.
Hinson. theme. "Joseph the Just"; :;,(,
H. V. P. I'.: 7:4.", preaching by Dr. Hinson,
theme. "The Second Coming of 'hrist.
Third, Vancouver avenue and Knott street
Rev. W. J. Heaven, pastor, lo. Sunday
school; 11, preaching1 by the pastor, theme,
"Hell as Jesus Warns Us of It" ; 6:0. B.
Y. P. U. ; 7 :., preaching by the pastor,
theme, "Keiiglon for the Youns."
irncoe, Knst Forty-fifth and Main streets
Kev. A. B. Waltz, pastor. :4.", Sunday
school: II. preachins by ihe pastor, theme,
"Meeting the Cha llenne of Our Day" ; ti :;(. !
B. Y. P. U.; 7:30. preaching by the pas- I
tor, theme, "The First Coward." I
Highland. Alberta, and East Sixth street
North Kev. Charles F. Mleir, pastor. :43. J
Sunday school; 11, preaching by the pastor, I
theme. "The Cause, Source and Extent of
Prosperity"; 6::tn. B. Y. P. U. ; 7:4.i, preach
ing by the pastor, theme. "What You See
When You Look "4 n the Mirror.
J-ents Rev. B. A. Smith, pastor. ' I):4.i,
Sunday school ; 1 1 and 7 :H0, preaching by
the pastor; :ao. B. Y. P. U.
Bethany. Sellwood Rev. F. H. Hayes, pas
tor. At 10 A. M., Sunday school; 11 A. M.
and 7:30 P. M., preaching by the pastor;
tt:80 P. M., B. Y. P. U.
Calvary. East Eighth and Grant streets
Rev. J. E. Thomas, pastor. At U:30 A. M..
Sunday school, 11 A. M., preaching by the
pastor; 6:30 P. M B. Y. P. U. : 7:30 P. M..
preaching by the pastor.
Grace. Montavilla Rev. H. T. Cash, pas
tor At 10 A. M , Sunday school; 11 A. M.,
preaching by the pastor; 6:30 P. M., B. Y.
P. U ; 7:30 P. M.. preaching by the pastor.
Mount Olivet, Seventh and Everett streets
Kev W. A. Magett, paator. Services at
11 A M. and 8 P. M. : Sunday school at 12:30
St. Johns Rev. E. P. Borden, pastor. At
10 A. Sunday school; 11. A. M. and 7:30
P. M preaching by the pay tor; ti:30 P. 34..
B. Y P. U.
University Park, corner of Fifke and Drew
streets Kev. A. Lawrence BlacK, pastor. At
10 A. M , Sunday school; 11 A. M., preach
ing oy the pastor; 6:30 P. M., B. Y. P. U.;
:,10 p. M., preaching by the pastor.
Italian Mission. East Eighteenth and Tib
betta streets Kev. Benjamin Re, pastor. At
10 A. M.. Sunday school; 10:30 A. M., short
sermon for Engl Ish -speaking people; 11 A.
M.. preaching service; 7 P. M-. pastors cir
cle (prayer service) ; 8 P. M.. preaching
First German. Fourth and Mill street,
FUv. Jacob Kratt, D. D., pastor. At 9:45 A.
M., Sunday school; 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M..
preaching by the pastor; 6:30 P. M.. B. Y.
Second German Rev. P. Hoffmann, pas
tor. At 10 A- M., Sunday school; 11 A. M.
and 7 :30 p. M., preaching by the pastor;
6:30 P. M.. B. Y. P. U.
St. Johns German Rev. P. Bueermann,
pastor. At 10 A. M.. Sunday school; 11 A.
M.-and 7:30 P. M., preaching by the pastor;
6:30 P. M.. B. Y. P. U.
Swedish. Fifteenth and Hoyt streets
Rev. T. Gideon Sjolaider. pastor. Services
at 10:30 A- U. and 7:30 P. M.
St. Rose's, East Fifty-third street and
Alameda Drive Kev. J. M. O'Farrell. pan
to r. Maw, 8; high ni&as. 10:30; benedic
tion, 4 P. M.
Immaculate Heart of Mary, WlUlama ave
nue and fcitanton street Kev. W. A, Daly.
Mass. tf, H. w; high tuaaa. 11 o'clock; veil
ing service, 7:u.
St Phillip Neri's (Paul 1st Fathers), East
Sixteenth and Division street. William J.
Cartwrlght, pastor. Hours ot mass, 0, 8:30.
10:30 A. M. ; evening service. 7:30 o'clock.
8t Patrick's. Nineteenth and Savier streets
Kev. F- P. Murpny. Mass, it; feign mi
10:80, evening Mrvica 7:30.
Blessed Sacrament, Maryland avenue ana
BlauUena street Kev. Father F. W. Black,
pastor. Xau, 8 A. M. ; high mass at 10:30
A. M-; evening service, 7:30. v
All Saints' Chapel, Eaet Thirty-ninth and
East Ulisan streets Kev. William Cronin,
pastor. Masses, o and 10:30 A. M. Mrs. Kay
monU Sullivan, choir leader.
Pro-CathedraL Fifteenth and Davis streets
Kev. U. V. O'Hara. Mass, 6, 7:1ft. 8:30.
:4o; high mass, 11; evening service, 7:4
ttt. Peter's, Lenta Kev. P. Buetgen. ftlaaa.
8: hifch ma.ss. 10:30: evening service, 7 :au.
St, aUic haul's (1 Lallan Fourth and Mill-
Jesuit Fathers, M. J. attalestra, & J., pastor.
Low mass, o:30. high xuaas, 10:30; evening
St- Lawrence, Third and bnerman streets-
Rev. J. C. Hughes. Mass, s. R:ao; high
mass, 10:80; evening service, 7:3a
St, Francis, least Hiieventn ana ubk
streets .Kev. J. H. Black. Mass, tt, 8, tf;
high mass. 10:3O; evenina service, 7:au.
Holy Kosary, n.aj.t imra ana tacaamas
Kev. C J. Olson. Mass, 6, 7. a, W; ntga
maas, 11; evening service, 7:8a
St. Ignatius (Jesuit i-atnersi. aL'U i-,aat
Forty-tnird street Father William J. Dee-
ney. rector, Mass. o, w:ia. i.u:iu; even-
lug service, 7:3a
The Madeleine. Eaut Twenty-fourth and
Siskiyou- Kev.. G. F. Thompson. Mass, 7:30.
0; hign mans. 10:30; evening service, 7:45.
St- Andrew's, East Ninth ana Alberta
streets Kev. T. Kiernan. Mass. 8; high
mas, 10:30; evening service. 7:30.
Ascension. East Yamhill and East Seventy
sixth Franciscan Fathers. Mass, 8; high
muss, 10.30; evening service, 7:3a
Holy Redeemer. Portland boulevard and
Vancouver avenue Kev. F. H. Milter. Maa,
0, 8; high mass, 10:80; evening service, 7:80.
Holy Cross, 774 Bowdoln street Hoc. C
Raymond. Mass, 8; high mass, 10:30; even
ing service. 7 :30.
Sacred Heart, Fait Eleventh and Center
Rev. G. KobL Mass, b; high maus. 10.30;
evening service, 7 :80.
' St. Agatha, East Fifteenth and Miller
Rev. J. Cummiaky. Mais, 8; high mass.
10:30; evening service. :30.
tit. Joseph (German). Fifteenth and Couch
streets -Kev. B. Durrer. Mass, 8; high inaaa
10 :au; evening service, 7:30
tL Stanislaus (Italian), Maryland avenue
snd Willamette boulevard Kev. T. Mathew.
Mass. 8; high mass. lu:30; evening services.
St Clare's. Capitol Hill (Franciscan Fath
ers) Kev. Mod est us, pastor. Services at 7:30
and Vila A. M.. high mass.
St. Clement's Mass. o A. M., 8 A. M., 10:30
A, M.; rosary and benediction, 7:30 P. M.
mon; 5 P. M., vesper service; Thursday, 7:30
P. M., mid-week service, Friday. 7:30 P. M
St. John's 10 A. M.. Sunday school; 7:30
M., sermon by Rev. F. J. Meyer; Wednes
day. 7:30 P. M., cottage prayer meeting.
IH VINE SCIliXCE.
First. 131 Twelfth street, corner Alder
Rev. Thaddeus M. Mlnard. pastor. Services
11 A. M.. subject, "The Acceptable Year of
the Lord ; Bible clasa, Tuesday, -! P. At.;
study class, Thursday. H P. M.
St. Stephen's Pro-Cathedral. Thirteenth
and Clay The Right Kev. W. T. Sumner,
bishop; the Very Kev. E. H. McCotlister,
dean. Services. Sundays, 7:4."i and 11 A. M..
7:45 P. M. Church school, 0:45 A. M. Week
days: Wednesday, 7:30 A. M. ; Friday, 0:30
A. M. Holy days, etc., 7:30 A. M. Take
Washington cars, transfer to Thirteenth, or
Sunnyside cars, off at Clay, two blocks west.
Church of the Good Shepnerd, Graham and
Vancouver avenues Kev. John Dawson, rec
tor. Holy communion. 7:30 A. M. ; Sunday
school, 0:45 A. M. ; morning service. 11 A
M.; popular evening se;vl e, 7:30.
Trinity, Nineteenth and Everett streets
Rev. Dr. A. A Morrison, rector. Services.
8 A. M., 11 A M. and 8 P. M. ; Sunday school.
0:45 A. M.
Church of Our Savior. Woodstock Arch
deacon Chambers In charge. Services every
Sunday at 11 A. M. : Sun4ay school at 10.
fit. Andrew's, Herford street. Portsmouth
Archdeacon Chambers in charge. Services
every Sunday at 11 A. M. ; Sunday school
St- Michael and All Angela East Forty
third and Broadway, Rose City Park Kev.
T. F. Bo wen, vicar. 8 o'clock, holy com
munion; 10. Sunday school; 11, Litany ser
mon and special Intercessions; 5, evening
prayer and sermon.
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. David's Parish, East Twelfth and Bel
mont streets Kev. Thomas Jenkins, rector.
Services, 1:30 A. M.. 0:30 A. M., 11 A. M.
and 7:30 P. M.
fit- Paul's, Woodmere Rev. Oswald W.
Taylor, vicar. Holy communion, first Sun
day of month, 8; evening prayer and sermon.
4, except the first Sunday of month.
Grace Memorial, Weldler and East Seven
teenth streets. North Kev. Oswald W. Tay
lor, vicar. Holy communion, 8. excepting on
first Sunday In the month: morning prayer
and sermon. ,11; Sunday schooi, id. So eve
Church of Our Savior, Woodstock. East
Forty-first street and SlMeth avenue Arch
deacon Chambers In charge. Sunday school,
10 A. M. ; service and sermon at 11 A. M.
Bishop Morris Memorial Chapel, Good
Samaritan Hospital Holy communion, 7 A.
M. ; evening, 7:15.
St Matthew's, Corbett and Bancroft
streets Services,' 11 A. M. ; Sunday school.
10 A. M ; vicar, W. A M. Breck.
St, Mark's. Twenty-first and Marshall
streets Rrr. J. IS. H. Simpson, rector; Kev.
John G. Hatton, associate. Sunday services:
7 :80 A, M., holy eucbari-st ; 9 :45, Sunday
school; 11, holy eucharlst and sermon; 7:45,
evensong and sermon. Weekdays: Holy
eucharlst dally at 7:30 and Thursday second
eucharlst at 0:30.
St. David's, East Twelfth and Belmont
Kev. Thomas Jenkins, rector. 7:3a 9:30.
11 and 7:30.
Sunday Church Services
Advent Christian. 4M "econd -tree, near
Rail street Kev. J. 8V Lwcaa. Pr
Prearhlng. 10:80; Sunday srhool. II; Lot.
Warkfra, a 0; prahing. 7-.8i); prayer mast
ing. ThariKlay a-vanlng. 7-8-0.
fHabbath errvlres are held on Ratarday.t
Central. East Eleventh and Everett strets
L. K. Dickson, minister. Sabbath school.
1; church aervlcesal :15; prayer meeting.
Wednesday night, 7:45; Young Pewp.es
Tabernacle. West Side, Knlghta of Pyth-
aa Hall. Eleventh aad Alder atretHs K4TSI
C. Hayward. pastor. Sabbath school, V.
arhlng. 11 ; prayer meeting. Tuesday
at 8 o'clock, at 15 Thirteenth street.
Montavilla, East Eightieth snd Everett
streets J. A. Gerhart. local elder. Sabbath
school. 10: preaching, 11; prayer meeting.
7:30 P. M. V ednesdsy ; 1 oung People s
meeting. Saturday. 4 P. M.
Aiblna (German), Skidmnre and Mallory
streets A. A. Meyer, minister; A. C.
gchweitxer, local aider. Sabbath school. 10;
services. 11:15; prayer meeting. Wednesday
evening. 7:30; preaching Sunday evening, 8.
St. Johns. Central avenue and Charleston
atreet A. R, Folkenburg. local elder. Sab
bath school. 10; preaching, 11; prayer meet
ing. Wednesday evening, 7:3o.
Lents. Ninety-fourth street and Flfty
etghth avenue Southeaat Dr. W. D. Hunt
tngten. local elder. Sabbath srhool. lu;
preaching, 11; prayer meeting Wednesday.
7:4.-, p. M.
Mount Tabor. East Sixtieth and Belmonr
streets W. T. Hilgert. minister. Sabbath
srhool. in; prearhing. 11 ; prayer meeting.
Wednesday evening, 7:45.
Scandinavian. Ogden Hall. Mississippi ave
nue and Shaver street John Peterson, min
ister. Sabbath school. 10; preaching, H.
A.H-44H lATFD BIBLE HTI DKNTM.
Associated Bible Students (I. B. S. A.),
W. O. W. Hall, East Sixth and East Alder
3 P. M.. public lecture by A. A. Yerex, sub
ject. "The Time of the End,"; 8 P. M., dis
course by H. J. Brown.
First. White Temples, Twelfth and Tay
lor streets 9:50. Bible school, classes for
First Christian, corner Park and Columbia.
Harold H. Griff is, pastor. Preaching at 11
A. M., subject, 'A Protest Pius a Pro
gramme"; at 7:4. P. M.. subject. "Religion
a I'tillty"; Bible school t :4."i A. M. :
Christian Endeavor at ;30 P. M.
East Side. Enst Twelfth and East Taylor
Rev. R. H. Sawyer, pastor. 10, Bible school;
11. "A Man's Temptations" ; 7 :3u, "Life's
U o-nlia wn Church of Christ, Seventh and
Liberty Joseph Bnyd, pastor. "The Attri
butes of Love" ; 7 "The Five Bant isms."
Rodney Avenue, Rodney avenue and Knott
streets Rev. Charles J. G norm ley. Preach -
ng services 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. ; Bible
school, 10 A, M. Christian Endeavor, 6:30
Kern Park. Fifty-ninth street Southeast
and Forty -sixth avenue Rev. K, E. Moon.
pastor. Services. Sunday school, 10 A. M.;
preaching. 11 A- XI. and 7:30 P. M. ; Chris
tian Endeavor, 6:30 P. M.
First, Everett, between Eighteenth and
Nineteent h st recta t-ervices 1 1 and h, sub
ject of lesson sermon, "Truth" ; Sunday
chool, :4.i and 11 ; Wednesday evening
meeting at x. .
Second. East Sixth street and Holladay
venue Services 11 and s, subject of les-
on sermon. "Truth"; Sunday school, D:4o;
Wednesday evening meeting at 6.
Third, East Twelfth and Salmon streets
Services 11 and M, subject of lesson it-rmon,
"Truth : Sunday school, II and ll!:10;
Wednesday evening meeting at 8.
Fourth. Vancouver avenue and Emerson
street Services. 11 and h, subject of les
son sermon, "Tnuth"; Sunday school, W:4.
and 11; Wednesday evening meeting at 8.
Fifth, Sixty-second street and Forty-second
avenue Southeast Services, tl A. M.,
subject of lesson sermon, "Truth" ; Sunday
school, 1:3 and 11; .Wednesday evening
meeting at R.
Sixth. Portland Hotel auditorium. Sixth
and Morrison atreet, entrance on Morrison
Services. II and 8. subject of lesson ser
mon. "Truth"; Sunday school, 11 and 12:10;
Wednesday evening meeting, H.
Christian Science Society. Holbrook "block.
St. Johns Services, Sunday 11. Wednesday
evening meeting at b; subject of lesson ser
First Church. Park and Madison streets
10:30 A. M. and 7:45 P. M., divine worship,
with sermons by -Kev. W. W. Younguon, D.
D. : IS M., Bible school.
Waver! y Heights, Woodward avenue and
East Thirty-third street Kev. A. C. Moses,
minister. At 11 A. M.. "Two Better Than
One"; 7:30 P. M., "A Modern Church Prob
lem" Atkinson Memorial Warren Morse, pastor.
At 0:45 A. M.. Sunday school; 11 A. M..
sermon. Doing toe impowioie injng";
P. M.. Y. P. S. C. E.s "Christian Endeavor
Goals and How to Reach Them"; 7:45 P. M .
Illustrated sermon on "Scenes and Incidents
in the Life of Jesus."
Highland, corner I'rescott and sixth
streets Kev. tin warn consianr. At li A.
M., "What Is the Matter With Organised
Ke'ltflon in Portland?" 7:30 P. M.. patriotic
service with addresx on "For God and Home
and Liberty"; Sunday school, 0:45 A. M.;
Christian Endeavor, :3') P. M.
Finnish Mission. 107 Ski dm ore street-
Samuel Neva la, pastor. Young People's
meeting at 6; preaching at 7:30; prayer
meeting, mursaay at s:ia
University Park. Haven street, near Lom
bardRev. F. J. Meyer, pastor. .10 A. M..
Sunday school; 11 A. At., worship and ser-
Flrst, East Ninth and Mill Rev. A, Beers.
11 a. M and 7:3U P. M.
Central, Fifty-fifth and East Flanders
Rev. W. N. Coffee,
St. Johns, Richmond and Hudson streets
M rs. M. J. Blair, pastor.
Lents Chapel Kev. A. Beers, pastor. Sun
day school, St P. M. ; preaching, 3 P. M.
A Iberia Free Methodist Church Kev. E.
Second, 6103 Ninety-second atreet South
east, Lents Miss Lurana m. ierreil, pastor.
Preaching services a. m., i mo iJ. M. :
Sunday school, 9:45 A. M. ; Christian En
deavor. :-i5 P. M.; prayer meeting, Thurs
uAl l ClS-UA X BdLl I Pf.
Latter-Day Saints, corner of East Twenty-
fifth and Madison streets Sunday school at
10; special evening services at 7:3u o'ciock.
Keorgaulzed cnurcn or Jesus cnrist. ii-at
Seventy-sixth and Irving streets Eider
C. J&. Jones, pastor, residence 40 East Seventy-fourth
street North. Services, preach
lna. la A. M. and 7:45 P. M.: prayer meet
ing on Wednesday at 8 P. M.; meeting Frl-
aty, 7:45 P. M.
St, James Engli-h, corner West Park and
Jefferson streets He v. W. E. Brinkman,
pastor. Sunuay School, 10 A. M. ; morning
worship, 11; Luther League, 7 AJ. M. ; even,
ing service, S o'clock.
ht. 1'aui s German Lutheran, Eaut Twelfth
and Clinton streets A. Kraute, pastor. Ger
man and English Sunday school, Di.io A. M.
services. I0:3u A. M. and 7:3t) P. M. ; Bible
study and oung People's meeting, Thurs-
uay. 8 P. M.
Lutheran Mission, Hamilton Chapel, Eigh
tieth and East Glisan streets F. J. UppUug,
paator. Sunday school at 10 o'clock: A, -il. ;
.titular service at 10:46 A M.
Bethel Free, corner Wygant and Kodney
avenue -Kev. J. A. btavney, pastor. Services
at 11 A. 2d. and a P. M.; buuuay scaool at
0:4a A. M.
(irace English (Missouri Synod), Mason
and Alblna avenue Kev. . Probst, pastor.
services, 10:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.
Evangelical Zion Church (Missouri Synod),
Salmon and Chapman streets H. H. Kop
pelniaiin. pastor. Lenten services, German,
1U:15 A. M.; English, 7:43 P. M.
w est Side isorweglan Lutheran, Four
teenth and Davis streets Wilhelm Petter-
son. pas to. English services, first and thud
aundays of each mouth at 11 A, M. and
second and fourth Sundays at tt P. M.; or
wegian services, first and third Sundays of
eacn montn at s f. m.. ana secoua ana
tourth Sundays at. 11 A, M. , bunday school
ai to A. M.: English and Norwegian Men s
Club, the third Monday at 8 P. M. ; y. P. b.,
luettday evening; E.-iisb Bible class, Friday
evenings; vesper service at Jr. M. eacn
bunday in the hall at the corner of Fixtseuth
Imuiauuel, Nineteenth and Irving streets
lie v. A V Anderson, pastor. Services at 11
A. M. and 8 P. M. ; Sunday school, 0:45 A.
M.; .'oung people's meeting, first and third
'1 uesday of each month ; syskonring. second
and tourth Tuesday, 8:15 P. M.; Thursday
evening services, 8:15; Ladies' Aid. first
Bethany Danish, Union avenue North and
Morns 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. M-;
Sunday school, 0:15 A M.
Our Savior's, East Tenth and Grant
streets English services at 30.15 A. M. Nor-
wrffinn servic-es at 11:10 A. M. Sunday
school at 0:30 A. M Kev. George Hen.-lk-ben.
St. Paul's, Fast Twelfth and Clinton
utrectH A. Krause, pastor. Sunday school,
0:31) A. M.; German service. Iu:.10 A. M. ,
English service, 7 :3o P. M. ; Bible study and
young people's meeting Thursday at 8 P. M.
Congregation Beth Israel, Twelfth and
Main streets All Jewish services are free
and public. Sabbath services Friday at 8
P. M. ; Saturday at 10:30 A. M.; religiou
school, free to all, Sunday at 10 in the
Portland Academy building. Thirteenth and
Montgomery; Bible class at the Central Li
brary is tree to all. It meets second, and
tourth Wednesdays at 3. Rabbi, Jonah B.
First Norwegian Danish, corner Hoyt and
Eighteenth streets Rev. Llius Gjerding,
pastor. No morning service. 0 P. M., Ep
worth League service. 8 P. M., sermon by
the pastor; Thursaay night, prayer ineeL
Vancouver-Avenue Norwegian-Danish, cor
ner Vancouver avenue and Skid more street
Rev. Ellas Gjerding, pastor. Sunday
school at 10 A. M., Mi. Edith Jones, Huper-
Intemieut: preaching at 11 A. M.; Thurs
day night, mid-week prayer meeting.
Montavilla C. 1 Hamilton. pastor.
Preaching, 11, Dr. Parsons; 7:30, the pastor
Sunday schooi, 0:45; Epworth League. 8:30.
First German Methodist Episcopal, cor
ner Fifteenth and Hoyt streets Edmund .
Htrtzler, pastor. Sunday schooi, 9:45 A
M. ; preaching service, 11 A. M. and 8 P.
M.; Epworth League service, 7.-30 P. M. ;
weekly prayer meeting. Tuesday. M P.. M.
Centenary T. W. Lane, pastor. Sunday
school. 9:45 A. M.; Jl A. M.. "Win one.'
Lieutenant-Colonel T. W. Scott, of Seattle,
commandant of the Salvation Army forces
ot the Pacific Northwest ; 0:15 P. M., Ep
worth League; :.'!0 P. M., claas meeting
7:30 P. M., "Common Sense. sermon by
the pastor; Junior League. Thursday, a:;i'o
P. M. ; prayer meeting, Ihursday, 7:30 P. M.
Boys' Club, Saturday, 7 P. M.
Central, Vancouver avenue and Fargo
street C. C. Kanck, pastor. Morning ser
mon, "The Gospel for an Age of Conflict":
evening sermon, "A Man's Growth Toward
Mount Tabor. East Ash and Sixty-first
-streets Rev. E. Oiin Eldrldge, pastor.
I'reachlng at 11 o'clock A. M. by President
Talbot, of Kimball College, Salem, and at
night service flag dedication for the 33 men
of the church who are in the service. Dr.
Talbot will speak. Double quartet and choir
First M. E. Church, South, Multnomah
street and Union avenue Kev. James T.
French will preach at 11 A. M., subject,
"Christ's Unique Position" ; at 7:45 P. M.,
subject, "A Talkative Woman."
Sellwood corner East Fifteenth and Ta
coma avenue Rev. A. R. Maclean, pastor.
Sunday school, 10 A. M.; preaching service,
11 A. M. ; Jnuior League. 1:30 P. M., Miss
H. Morgan, superintendent; Epworth League.
6:30 P. M. ; preaching service, 7:30 P. M.,
sermon by the pastor
Patton Rev. F. W. Keagy, pastor. Sun
day school, 0:43; preaching, 11 and 7:30;
young people's meeting, 6:80.
Kendall Rev. K. C. Young, pastor. Sun
day school and praechlng, 2:30.
Laurelwood, Sixty-third, near Foster road
A. C Brackenburg. pastor. Services 11
A. M. and 7:80 P. M-i Sunday school.
0:45 A. M.
Bethel African Rev. W. H. Prince pas
tor. Sunday school. 0:30 A. M. ; preaching.
11 A M. ; Christian Endeavor, 7 P. M.;
evening service. 8:15.
Epworth, North Twenty-sixth and Savier
streets Rev. C. O. McCulloch. pastor. Sun
day school. 9:45; public worship. 11 and
7:45; Epworth League, 6:45.
Rose City Park A. A. Heist, paator. Sun
day school. 9:45; morning service, 11; vao
ing service, 7:30.
German. Roaney avenue and Stanton
street T. A. Schumann, paator. Sunday
school. 9:45 A. M. ; services, 11 A. M. and
8 P. M. ; Epworth League, t:ia if. at.
Sunnyslde, corner East Yamhill and East
Thirty-fifth streets R, Elmer Smith, pas
tor. Sunday-eenool. w:ou A. a.; preacning.
11 A M.; Epworth League. 6:30 P. M.; peo
ple's popular service, 7:45 P. M.
Woodiawn, East Tenth North and High
land atreets Rev. W. E. Kloster. pastor.
Sunday achool, 10 A M.; morning service,
11 a. M.; Epworth League. 7 P. M. ; evert
ing service, 7:45; prayer meeting. Thursday.
7:45 P. M.
St. Johns, Leavltt and Hays streets Rev.
J H. Irvine, minister. Morning service at
11 o'clock; evening worship. 7:30. -
Lents Rev. F. M. Jasper, pastor. Sun-
day school. 9:45; preaching, 11 and 7:45; .
Epworth League, 6:30.
Linn ton Rev. S. H. Dewart, pastor. Sun
day school, 10; preaching, 7 :30.
Westmoreland Rev. R. C. Young, pastor.
Sunday school, 10; Epworth League, 6:30;
preaching, 7 :30.
Woodstock Rev. L. C. Poor, pastor. Sun
day school, 9:45 A. M. ; preaching, 11 A. M.
and 7:30 P. M. ; Epworth League, 6:30 p. M.
Taylor-Street Every Sunday morning at
10:30 o'clock at Foresters' HalL 120 Fourth
street. Preaching by Dr. M H. Marvin;
Sunday school at noon.
Brentwood, Sixty-fifth avenue. Southeast,
and East Sixty-seventh street. Services 10
A. M.; Sunday school, 11 A. M. and 7:30 P.
M. ; preaching, 6:30 P. M. ; young peoples'
NEW CHURCH SOCIETY.
Swedenborglan. 331 Jefferson street, near
Broadway. At 11 A. M., sermon topic,
"Teaching of the Savior on Repentance," by
Kev. William K, Keece. Sunday school for
children and adults, 10:15 A. M.
First, Twelfth and Alder streets Services
led by Kev. Andrew J. Montgomery, D. D.
10:30 A. M., "The Solution of Oregon's Re
ligious Problems"; 7:15 P. "Does the
Line Still Hold ?' ; organ recital by Edgar
E. Coursen at 7:15 P. M.
Westminster, East Seventeenth North and
Schuyler streets Edward H. Pence, D. D.,
pastor. Morning service, 10:30, "Voyaging
on the Columbia River" ; evening service,
7 :30, "Arthur Guy Empey's 'Over the Top.
a Study of the Reticent Type of Religion."
Mount Tabor, East Fifty-fifth and Hel
mont streetsWard W. MacHenry, minister.
Bible school, 0:45 A. M. ; morning worship.
1 1, sermon. "Christianity in the Laud of
the Philistines'; the three Christian En
deavor societies will have charge of the
evening service at 7:30, giving the annual
programme in honor of the founding of the
Christian Endeavor; special music, address
by Earl Felke, Army Y. M. C. A. secretary;
church night Thursday, potluck lunch.
6:30; teacher training and mission study,
7:15. and mid-week service, 8 P. M.
Piedmont, Cleveland avenue and Jarre tt
street Rev. A. L. Hutchison, D. D-. pastor. ,.
Morning topic at 31 o'clock, "The Pre-Eminence
of Christ"; 7;3o, "RusselUsm"; Hiblo
school at 0:45; Intermediate Society at 3:3i;
C. E. service at 0:3O; Thursday evening at
8, "The Deity of Christ."
Fourth, corner First and Gibbs streets
Henrv G. Hanson, pastor. 30:30. "Sacrifice
the Cost of Living"; VI, Sunday school: tl::io.
E. : 4 and 7:30. "The Agony ot Christ ;
In movinic Dicturen.
Central, East Thirteenth and Pine Dr.
Arthur F. Bishop, pastor. Morning service,
11 A. M. ; evening, 7:'t); Sunday school, 0:45
A. M. ; Christian Endeavor, 6:30 P. M.
Calvary, corner Eleventh and Clay streets
Services. 10:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Kev.
Thomas S. Anderson will preach both morn
ing and evening.
First, Montgomery and Sixth streets
Sundav. 3 P. M. services by Mr. and Mrs. ,
A. Scott Bledsoe: Sunday evening at 8.
special memorial service for Thomas Paine;
Wednesday, 8 P. M., lecture and messages;
Sunday, 11 A. M-. study class, Mrs. Cong
don. All seats free.
First Spiritual Science Service Sunday.
Manchester Hall, 85' Fifth street, 3 and 8
P. M. ; circle at 5 P. M. ; lecture and dem
onstrations by pastor. Kev. Max Hoffman,
assisted at evening service by Sophia B.
Seip. All welcome.
Church of the Soul, Auditorium Hall,
Third street, near Taylor Dr. Angus, pus
tor. Conference, 1 1 A. M. ; Sunday school,
1 P. M. ; medium's meeting. 3 P. M. ; cir
cles. 5 P. M.: evening service, s o clock.
The Advance Thought church, new Ainoss
ilall, coiner of Fourth and Taylor streets
Sunday services resularly at 3 and 8 P. M.
Christian Spiritualist, W. O. W. Temple. -
128 Eleventh street. 8 P. M., lecture and
essages by Rev. Mrs. and Mr. J. henon. ,
Christian. Royal building, Morrison, be
tween Broadway and Park, room 600. Serv- .
Ices. 3; lecture nd message. 8.
SOt Central building Lecturo Sunrlny.
H P. M., subject, "The Joy or Theosophy ;
inquirers' Study Club Thursday. S P. M. ; .
subject for discussion, "The Use of Pain";
First. East Fifteenth and Morrison streets
P. O. Bonebrake. pastor. Sunday school
at 16 A. M.; preaching at 11 A. M. and 8
P. M.; Endeavor, 7 P. M-
Third, Sixty-seventh street and Thirty
second avenue Southeast E. O. Shepherd,
pastor. Preaching. 11 and 8 o'clock
Alberta. Twenty-seventh and Alberta
Htreets Clinton C. Bell, pastor. Public wor
ship. 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.; Sunday -school,
10 A. M.; Y. P. 8. C. E 6:3o; .
prayer meeting Thursday at 8 F. M.
Fourth. Sixty -second avenue and Seven- -tleth
street C. P. Blauchard. paator. Serv- .
Ices. Sunday school. 10; morning service. 11;
Christian Endeavor. 6:30; evening service,
7:30; prayer meeting Wednesday evening.
Mission, 446 Jessup street Sunday serv-
Ices as usual; Sabbath school. 30; preaching, '
11, by Kev. O. T. Carpenter; Christian En
deavor, 7; evening service.
Church' of Our Father. Broadway and
Yamhill street Kev. Thomas L. Eliot, P. I.,
minister emeritus: Rev. William I. Eliot,
Jr., minister. Services at II A. M-: ser
mon, "The Next li n 1 1 eutury in j-orimnn .
open forum at 7:45 In rhspel, Broadway
entrance. ' Why City and County Should Ha
Consolidated," Commlsnioner A. L. Barbtir;
church school and adult class at 0:45 A. .;
Young People's Fraternity and Unity Club,,
at 0:30 P. .M, .
Kenton. Lombard and Chatham streets
J. 8. Cole, pastor, 329 West Iomhard street.
Preaching, 11:15 and 7:30; Bible school, 10; .
Christian Endeavor, senior and Intermediate,
6:30; prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8,
First. East Sixteenth and Poplar streets
j. a Go-jile, pastor. Sunday achool, 0:5'
A. M.; preaching, 11 A. M.; K. L. G. E., 6:30
P. M. ; preaching. 7 :30 P. M. ; mid-week;
prayer meeting Thursday at 7:a0 P. M.
Ockley Green, Willamette boulevard and 1
Gay street Hubert H. Farnum, pastor.
Sunday school, lO A. M.; preaching. 11 A. M,
and 7:30 P. M.; Junior C. E., 3; Senior G. Jfa..
6:30 P. M.; prayer meeting Wednesday even- ,t
ing at 7:45.
S. John's A. B. Layton. pastor, will
preach uoth morning and evening. Sunday -school
at 10 A. M.; Christian Kndeavor at
7:30 P. M.
Bahal Assembly Friday evening at 8
o'clock, room 008, fillers building.
Missionary Prayer Band meets at First
Naxarene Church, East Seventh and Couch
streets, at 10 A. M. Tuesday.
Highland Park Nazarene Cnurcn, 313 .
East Fourteenth street North W, P. Kee
baugh, pastor. Preaching at 11 A. M. and
b P. M. Sunday school at 10 A. M.
First Nazarene, East beventh and Couch
streets Kev. c. uowara uavta, pastor.
Christadelphlans, northeast corner East
Sixteenth and Washington street. Sunday,,
10-30; Friday. 7:45.
Christian Spiritualist meet Wednesday. 8
P. M., 411 Alder street. Bertha Zimmerman
Smith. Phone East 3142.
Christian and Missionary Alliance. Gospel
Tabernacle, East Ninth and Clay streets-
John E. Fee. pastor. Sunday school, 10 A.
M. ; preaching, 11 A. M. ; Tuesday, 7:45 P.
M.. prayer meeting: Friday, 2:30 P. M..
Bible studv and prayer.
At the Metaphysical Library, 401 Central
building. Tenth and Alder streets. Service. .
at 8 P. M., speaker, M rs. Florence Craw
ford, "Whatever Is Is Best."
Unity Brotherhood, 307 Central building-
Arthur Ralph, speaker, "The Kingdoms of '
the Body Quickened." Wednesday, Thurs
day and Friday at S P. M.. "The Law of '
Repentance," Thursday at 3 P. M. ,
Christian D. Larson, Woman s Exchange .
building, 1K Fifth street Sunday. 11 A. M.,
'The Power of the Imagination ; 7 :45, I
M., "The New Ideals" ; Bible class Tucw-
day. 8 P. M.; Emerson class Thursday, 8
P. M.; training class Wednesday, 3:15 and.
Friday. 8 P. M.
Penlel Mission. 2fS First street Holiness
meeting at 3 P. M., sermon by Luke Rader;
evangelistic service at 8 P. M. 1