The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, September 21, 1919, Section One, Page 7, Image 7

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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND, SEPTEMBER 21, 1910.
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CONFERENCE IS SEPT. 28
METHODIST EPISCOPAL SESSION
TO BE HELD IN SALEM.
Plans Are in Making, but Every Con
venience Will Be Provided for
Gathering to Last Week.
SALEM, Or., Sept. 20. (Special.)
The annual conference of the Methodist
Episcopal church will be held in the
First Methodist church here September
29 to October 6. Bishop Matthew Simp
son Hughes will preside. The district
superintendents who will attend the
conference are Dr. James Moore, Eu
gene district; Dr. - H. L. VanFossen.
Klamath Falls district: Dr. William V.
Toungson, Portland district, ana ur.
T. B. Ford, Salem district.
Plans are now In making for the
conference and to the delegates in at
tendance have been promised all con
veniences in keeping with their work.
The lecture rooms of the church, in
which most of the business cessions will
be held will have telephones, while
comfortable rest rooms will be pro
vided for the women.
The conference programme follows:
Monday, September 89.
1 P. M. Conference examinations.
Tuesday, September 80.
- 4 -30 P. M. Annual meeting of the board
of examiners: Albert 8. HUey, chairman.
5:30 P. M. Annual dinner of the board
of examiners at The Spa.
7-30 P. M. A sacred concert by the choir
and soloists of First church, directed by
Prof. John R. Sites.
. Wednesday, October 1.
9 A. M. Opening session. Address by
Bishop Matthew Simpson Hughes on "The
. Call to Evangelism." Sacrament of the
Lord's supper. Organization of the confer
ence memorial service.
2:30 P. M. Anniversary of the woman 9
Home Missionary society: Mrs. H. Peterson,
presiding. Address. "The Story of a Year's
Work." Miss Olla G. Davis. Address. "The
Last Word from Our Conference Work."
Mrs. M. B. Paronagian. Address. "Wonder
ful Highway of Majestic Scenery." Mrs. May
Comisky Bliss.
7:30 P. . M. Conference missionary ser
mon, Charles P. Johnson, presiding. Ser
mon. George H. Bennett, D. D.
8:30 P. M. Anniversary of the board of
temperance, prohibition and public morals:
Walton Skipworth. D. D.. presiding. Ad
dress. Clarence True Wilson, D. D.
Thursday, October 8.
8:30 A. M. Message. "The Gospel of Jesus
Christ, -the Blessed Son of God," Joshua
Btansfield. T3. D.
9 A.- M. Business session.
10:30 A. M. Bishops' hour, "The Methods
of Evangelism."
2:30 P. M. Anniversary of the Woman's
Foreign Missionary society; Mrs. D. C. Bevon
presiding. Address, W. F. Ineson. D. r.
5 P. M. Seminary. men's banquet, Leslie
ehurch. Secure tickets from. Dr. Edwin
Sherwood.
7:30 P. M. Seventy -fifth anniversary of
the founding of Willamette university: Dr.
R. I Steeves presiding. Address. "A Voice
Crying .in the Wilderness." Justice Henry
L. Berson. Address. "The Place of the
Christian College." President Carl G. Doney.
Address, Bishop Matt S. Hughes.
Friday, October 3.
8:30 A. M. Message. "Under-valued
Christian Assets." President H. J, Talbott.
9 A. -M. Business session.
10:30' A. M. Bishop's hour; address to
the class. "The Manual of Evangelism."
10 A. M. Lay. electoral conference; presi
dent. J. S. Van Winkle.
2:30 P. - M. Centenary Institute, A. L.
Howarth. D. D., presiding. Address, "Con
serving and Developing, the Spiritual Re
' sources of the Church." Charles A. Bowen,
D. D. . Address. "Christian Stewardship; a
Contiuous Programme.". J. P. Marlatt. D. D.
Address. "Conserving the Centenary Finan
cial Pledges." H. C. Burkholder. D. D. Ad
. dress. "Enlisting the Laity in the Larger
Work of the Church." C. JJ. Day. D. D.
3 P. M. Layman's association, university
chapel; president. J. W. Day.
3-5 P. M. Reception to the ministers'
wives and ladles visiting the conference by
the Luella Kimball club in Kimball School
of Theology.
7:30 P. M. Joint centenary. A. L. How
srth. D. D.. presiding. Address, "Methodism's
world programme, James fc. Crowther,
Saturday, October 4.
. 8:30 A. M. Message, "A Man Sent from
.uotf," JC. K. Gilbert. L. L.
ft A. M. Business session.
10:30 A. M. Bishop's hour, "The Reflex
Influence of Kvangeiism.
2:30 P. M. Anniversary of the general
deaconess board: Mrs. Matt' S. Hughes, pre
siding. Report of deaconess work. Miss Nel
lie M. Curtiss. Address. George W. White.
D. D.
5 P. M. Ministers' Wives association,
luncheon, Leslie church. President, Mrs.
Charles E. Gibson.
7:30 P. M. Anniversary of the Conference
Claimants society. I. H. leech presiding.
Aoarfsa, rrom a conference viewpoint.
Charles E. Gibson, D. D. Address. S. J.
Greenfield, D. D.
Sunday. October 5.
9 A. M. Conference lovefeast. S. A Dan.
ford. D. D., presiding.
10:30 A. M. Sermon by Bishop Matthew
Simpson H'ighes, n. O., 1,1,. D.
8 P. M. Ordination services. ' Bishop
Hushes.
6:30 P. M. Epworth League rally. Salem
cabinets as host.
7:30 P. M. A great young people's service.
E. M. Smith, district president, presiding.
Address, John M. Walters, D. D.
Monday, October 6.
8:30 A. M. Message, "The Glory of the
Cross," Charles A. Edwards, D. D.
9 A. M. Business session.
10-30 A. M. Bisnop's hour. "Social Serv
ice and Evangelism."
Music for the business and anniversary
sessions will be furnished by the Kimball
College chorus, directed by H. N. Aldrlch.
HOST OF SHR1NERS COMING
30,000 to 50,000 Delegates Expect
ed Here Xext Year.
SEATTLE, Wash.. Sept. 20. (Spe
cial.) Between 30,000 and 50,000 dele
gates from all sections of the country
will attend the 1920 convention in Fort
land of the Ancient Arabic order of
Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, according
to J. Harry Lewis, editor. ojU The
Crescent, official publication jof the
order, who is here on his way to Fort
land to confer with Shrlners in that
city relative to preliminary plans.
On the way to Portland Mr. Lewis
will visit the Tacoma temple. While
in Seattle he was entertained by
Potentate John C. Watrous of Nile
temple and other Seattle Shrlners.
The 1920 convention, he said, will be
the first since 1916 and as a result will
take the form of a "victory" celebra
tion and opportunity will be taken to
welcome back to the fold members who
were in various branches of the serv
ice during-the war.
72 DENTISTS LICENSED
SEVERAL ACCUSED OP INFRAC
TIONS OF LAW SUSPENDED.
BANKING RESERVES FALL
Decrease of $98,000,000 In Week Is
Greatest in History.
NEW TORK,.- Sept. 20. Actual re
serves of clearing-house banks and
trust companies at the end of the cur
rent week, as disclosed by the weekly
statement issued today, show a de
crease of $98,867,420, leaving- a deficit
in excess reserves of Jo3,186,140 below
requirements. - '
The decrease, the largest evr rportd
by the clearing-house, is based on the
condition of member institutions at the
close of yesterday's business and ap
plies only to that day.
Following the rule of the Federal Re
serve bank the clearing-house requires
its members to show a monthly aver
age of 13 per cent excess reserves over
net demand deposits. The xtraordinary
contraction reported today will. It is
believed, be fully offset in the clear
ings of the next few days.
TRANSPORT RUNS AGROUND
Liner With 100 0 British Troops Is
Refloated Orf Orkneys.
LONDOM, Sept. 20. An Evening
News dispatch from Kirkwall today
reports a White Star liner aground
north of Ronaldshay. The liner ran
aground during a gale, the- dispatch
adds. She was later floated. "
At the war office It was said the
vessel, the Vedio. 5753 tons, ashore off
the Orkneys, had about 1000 troops on
board, returning from the Russian
front.
Ronaldshay, where the White Star
liner was aground, is in the Orkneys,
t othe north of Scotland.
Employes to Get No Holiday.
SALEM. Or.. Sept. 20. (Special.)
There will be no holiday for state em
ployes during the state fair, according
to an agreement reached at a meeting
here today of the committee appointed
by the governqr recently to standardize
the wages of stenographers and clerks
In state departments. The committee
recommended that all state employes
get an opportunity to attend the fair
as found most convenient in each of the
several departments.
Interned Practitioner Loses Right to
Do Business in State and
. Others Are Warned.
SALEM, Or., Sept, 20. (Special.)
Seventy-tv.'o persons making applica
tion during the year ended March 31
1919, to practice dentistry In Oregon
passed the required tests and received
certificates, according to a report filed
with the povernor today by the Ore
gon board of dental examiners.
Charges against Dr.. A C Eroom of
Bend. Er. Erlck Starke of Aurora and
Dr. E. N. North of Portland were
sustained upon investigation of the
board, according to the report, and
their licenses to practice were revoked
Starke was Interned at Fort Douglas
during the war because of his disloyal
tendencies.
Dr. J. R. Sponogle of Athena was ac
fused in a complaint filed with the
board of gross ignorance and ineffi
ciency and later two members of the
examining body went to Athena and
made a complete investigation. Dr.
Sponogle at once purchased additional
protessional equipment, greatly lm
proved the sanitary conditions of his
office and promised more careful at
tention to the conduct of his office and
practice in the future.
Charges of gross ignorance and un
professional conduct, inefficiency In
their profession and the . obtaining of
iees oy fraud and misrepresentation
aiso were preferred against H. F. New
ton and Dr. H. E. Barrett. Both of
these men pleaded guilty, and upon
their promise to rectify as far as pos
sible the work against which complaint
had been made, and their further prom
ises to abstain from further and simi
lar infractions of the law, their licenses
were ordered suspended for a period of
30 days, and a reprimand was Imposed.
They were warned that any further
complaints of a similar nature would
be followed by revocation of their
licences. , . t.
Dr. F. Sr. Bloom of Bend was ar
rested, tried and convicted on a charge
of practicing without a license.
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A play for the
whole family
Showing how one
man came to his
senses
If you are about
to propose or re
ceive a proposal,
see this play first.
GM00SMG A WIFE
THIS MARRIAGE BUSINESS NEEDS THOUGHT
Do Reason and Love choose roost
wives?
Do Wife-Seeking Men accord Women
fair consideration? -
Does'HE look closely at yoi, study
your face and wonder how old you
really are?
Consult your mirrors, girls! Is it
becoming noticeable? If so, and
.you want an argument for rouge
and powder, see "Choosing a Wife."
Rouge and Powder the only weap
ons with which a woman of 40 can
compete for a man's love with a
girl of 20. Are these her only de
fense? Do men choose wives, or do the girls
and women just let them think
they do?
Did Your Sweetheart
Ever Turn You
Down?
Men do It, the wretches, and go off
with another girl without caring a
bit about the injured woman.
They need to learn how to treat
women.
Bring that laggnrd sweetheart to eee
"Choosing a Wife."
The story of a typical man and a
typical maid.
Love counsels haste, but Prudence
eays go slow when "Choosing a
Wife."
WHY DO MEN OF 40 OR OLDER SEEK BRIDES OF 20 OR LESS?
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