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THE OREGON DAILY JOUKNALV PORTLAND, MONDAY-' EVENING. SEPTEMSSH i, 1CC5.
I0GG IS FREE
Cptendid Edifict -Dedicated J by
. German Evangelical Church
, ' to Worship of God. '
ClShlOP S. C. BREYFOGLE
... CONDUCTS, SERVICES
Structure Cost Twenty-Fivt Thou
- sand Dollars end the Subscription
- Takn Yesterday Were Sufficient to
pay Lest Remaining Bills.' "y
- The now German Evangelical church,
- Tenth and Clay streets: we dedicated
' yterday. wtth appropriate - services,
conducted by Bttbop a C. Efreyfogle
Philadelphia. ' Services were held In the
, morning, afternoon and evening ana i
each the church wa crowded. . Sub-
rlllnM mnnntlnl tO 11.000 WrO
glven. which leave the church free of
debt. The edifice eost 2I.00., . ; . ,
'. . At the morning service the '. blahop
spoke la German, taking for, hi text
"All la Tours." la the afternoon . be
poke in EnglUh on- rTh Power of
Christ' Resurrection. At the evening
' service the pastors of all the German
-vchurehee-tn-tbe-cllr were preeent.
Among the speaker were Rev. John
Jtopp of the, German Congregational
church; Rev. Mr. Seebecker of Spokane,
and Rev. Mr. Maufer. prealding elder Of
the - Salem district of the j Methodist
Episcopal church. .'.', v-" ',
yOUTH RECEIVES ITS OWN.
, , 1 . ' ::. i
Br. Tea Seem ear We; Are Beginning
to Appreciate Yoaag MaakoeeV, - ' .
-There la a Boy In Tour Eye." wa
the aubject of an addreea by Dr. Fran. .
el J. Van Horn of . the First Congre
gational church. . Worcester,' Massachu
setts, before the T. M. C. A. yesterday
afternoon.- . --i ' V . ' : .
' "Every boy has looked into the eye
of til father and beheld hia Image mir
rored there." said he. "He see the
witwsrd oflecUun t)ut-rn"tdr reallie.
perhape, that his ; very self la burled
; deep In that father life and forme a
part of hi being. There le net a rather
' who la worthy of the name who does
JKt!a.vj hie -fear'a. interest vitally at
heart, and hopes and believes that some
day be will become a boble, upright
man. . . . . , , 4 . '
, "And so I say that the boy; the young
' man, la in hi father's eye, and he ie In
his mother's eye; - and he le coming
' more and morVto be In the eye efth
whole world. Touth has ' come Into, its
own within the last century. We ere
beginning to appreciate young manhood.
Never waa there a time when, young
mew-were doing eo large a psrtNf the
world work. They are In the saddle
tiding at a gait never known before.
- Whether they ride or fall or not de
pends upon themselvee. " The world 1
- looking at , them anxiously, and It 1
.for them to prove their worth. -
-i. Tt 1 not a -matter of money ' that I
want. 1o present te -yett today. . .The
prees of thing material makes It aeem
at time that the measure of a man
I a measure of stock end bond: and
yet w know this la not ao. The grea
thing In life la Just simple goodness.
That le .the measure of a man. today
and It has been through the egee. We
need not sk' what goodneaa la. I am
tired 'of all theae sophistries and euee
tiona a te. where lie the line between
good and evil. When excuses are awept
side,' when -disguises are -ewept away.
when our naked aoula deal -with naked
facta, ' each" one knows what goodness
la. .... ; t- . . , .
OPPOSED CHILD LABOR."
V. A;,,,' -. . n ".'...'
Professor Lindsay Asks Oregon to Aid
la trivia Minors Their Bights.
" Profeesor Ssmuel MeCune Lindsay of
the University, of Pennsylvania and sea
retary of the national child-labor .com
mittee,, leotured at the First Unitarian
church yesterday morning on "Child
- "The question of the hour," said he.
Is whether. we will take advantage of
the opportunities offered us to solve the
child-labor problem, or whether we sr
. , 1 1 j .... . . . .in.
.iniuf iu m. Kivwing army ui vmi-
dren deprived, of ' their . birthright
through no acta of their own. We need
a national sentiment on this question, a
national standard solidly Imbedded in
public opinion, even If it cannot be put
on tie national etatute book by reaaon
of the limitation of federal power.
"State like Oregon, which atand at
the . front in advanced legislation on
thla subject, must do missionary work
in less ravored communities, and lend a
helping band to forward the movement
In elater slate, until there la no child
In all America who ha not the chance
to- grow, play and be Intelligently pre
pared that Is, educated before It la
aaked to assume the serious burdens oj
our moaern inaustriallsm. " .
.CLOSING THE GAP. .
Bev. BCr. Xoatromerjr Saya Oaxlstiaaity
Will Solve ooneaUe lreklame. .
Then tendency of the present time
Is to, bring the church and the working
men together." said Rev. Andrew J.
Montgomery yeaterday at the Third
Presbyterian church. - t-
There, have been ' Ideal proposition
made," continued he, "to harmonise the
relaatons between labor and capital and
to cure an evil of the human family,
but thla can be brought about only by
bringing the worklngmen closer togeth
er. The gap, real and. imaginary, be
tween the church and the laboring men,
la being closed up. r
-Christianity will. solve the oroblema
that cause contention-In -the -economic
field. .We should cultivate the work
ingman and make, the church his home."
W. W. BAILEY DIES OF :
W. W.- Bailey, manager of the Port
land house' of Tull A Oibbs. died Satur
day night 'at Spokane, where he wa
visiting his parents. He had Just re
turned from, a! trip east, where It !
supposed he contracted typhoid fever.
He waa it year of age and bad been
IS yeare with the firm in which he had
worked from the bottom. Hia . widow
aurvtve him. , ' "
All his relatives -live In Spokane, but
he leaves' a large circle of friends In
thla city. F. D. XJibba of .thla city left
last night to attend the funeral, i
Preferred Stock Oaued Ooeea,
Allen A Lewir Best. Brand.
HALF CEHTUflY OF
Order of 5'nal B'rith; Celebrates
Splendid Birthday With Ap
. propriate Exercises.; -i
PROMINENT MEMBERS .'
TELL OF GOOD WORK DONE
What the Organisation Was Founded
(or, What It Stands fJT and Whet
It Has Accomplished lit IteTWty
Years of Life on the Coast, v
This Is the semi-centennial year of
the establishment of the order of B'nal
B'rlth on the Pacieer coast, and Port
land members are renewing their pledgee
of loyalty to the cause. At a meeting
In Temple Beth Israel last, evening ad
dresses were made by Hugo K. Asher of
San Franclaco. - president of . district
grand lodge Ho. 4, end Otto Irving Wlae,
grand lecturer' of the order's grand
lodge, and brother of Rabbi Stephen S.
Wise. w,.- .''.,,
The first lodge brv the . Paclfle coast
was formed In 18SS, and one of It char
ter membera, Jacob Meyer, le i rtil
dent of Portland. The -pioneer lodge
planted seed that grew and -spread the
benevolent work of -the order to ell
parte of the coaat . Recently two lodgea
In Portland consolidated with a view to
giving strength ' that, comes with union
of workers In a worthy cause, and the
remits have been gratifying. I. Lesser
Cohen, who ' presided at laat evening's
meeting, spoke of these matters, and
congratulated the order on its steady
growth.' .' , ' '. ' "
Mr. Asher said the men who founded
and carry forward a movement counted
only es the results of their work live.
Fifty year of ' honest purpose and
beneficent activity crown the past ' and
give hoetege for the future or the B nal
B Tlth. They, were strong-minded men
who founded- our Order here. In the
youth of Pacific eoaat civilisation. They
came from many landa, and spoke not
the same language, but they were one
In the fire of a common faith.- - To ell
alike -came-the-rmpoTtrof" the message
that Iarael received from-God, and gave
to the world: 'Hear, O Israel, the Lord,
our God, the Lord is one.' , A common
faith, and a - common responsibility
bound them together, . for . centuries .of
oppression- had taught the race that "all
Israelites are reaponslble, - the one .for
the other.'" .
Mr. Wise spoke of the work and fu
ture of the unique order ; that exact
nothing, but expects everything from
it membership. He said: . i.
Tt shows you a record of half a cen
tury of splendid, achievement.' . Tour re
ward will come not from us, but from
the consciousness that you have done a
good deed to the Jew. This organisa
tion set out (9 yeare ago to American
ize Immigrant Jewe and equip them for
protecting themeelve and . their fami
lies." He told ' of the orphan asylums. :
the homee for helples and needy, the
hospitals and school, and all the uplift
ing Influence that the order ha stood
sponsor for. and spoke of the ef forte the
order has msde for amelioration of the
ct tee ran, ,
-' asaaaase) 4....
Our Prlesi XJimt I
Roaet Beef .......
Small Slrlnls .
Half Chlck.a .... .481
Saotfvleh, Has... .10
Sandarlrh, cheaet. .10
Sandwich. las... .101
Saadwlra, ehlrke .
Sandwieh. club... .2ft
Two Vrl.d ((.,' .IS
Baeoa and E(ca., .23
Ham aad Kfsa. 1 .tn
Cold Baa .2
Potatoe - .1(H
Baked Beaas .... .151
nreaa aua Bailee. ,iu
Crarken ........ .08
Ctalckao. Broth ... .19
Vfg.ubU Soup ,l6f
uraea reaa .... ,ia
Sofar Cora m15
Dl'l Ptckla tttttll)
Pie, on eat.,,.., .10
Im Cream ...... .10
Sltead Itonatoea.. .10
fUred rvramber. .10
Silted Water uaelua .10
CaRl.loupa. or oar. .15
Milk, fteaa ......
liop Geld. sUaa. .
Ho Uoid. stem. .iu
Ho Gold, 'pint .It
Hop OoM.'eBart M
Blue Klhboa, pU .30
" Blue Hlaboa, at. .60
Ulied nrloke .... -.t5
Hlh BU ....... .SO
WbiU Rark 23
Soda Water 10
ApoluneHe. r . . - a
Wise, Claret, glaas .15
Wlaa.. ClaraU plot . .13
Wine. I'ort. alaaa .13
Wine, Sautera., )t 1.50
Wine, SaHteraa, pt '..T5
Porter, -nine..'.... .SO
Porter, (laaa...... .10
Ale, alpa......... .10
Mian, plot. ...... KM
Unman, ouart SO0
trree, eup .( .06 lira pa Juice, flaaa .10
Hot Cakes wttk maple ajrun aad butter.. . .30
Don't carry hniehae whaa voa eaa eeme te
ear place and bay- Juat what roe waat at Ue
uot. prion.. BeawmDer the placet . un
bulldiBg ea laft alda et Trail. ' -
wretched -fate of Jew under - Russian
dominion. , ',
Mr. W. A. T. Buahong. I Allen Good-
wyn and Arthur N. DeVore contributed
number to the musical program. An
other - meeting will be held - .tomorrow
evening at SeUing-Hlrsch ball.
GENERAL COMPSON HAS
' A SOLDIER'S BURIAL
Funeral services for H. B. Compaon
were held at Flnley' undertaking parlor
yesterday afternoon at I o clock under
direction of the Elka' lodge, and -were
attended by many, whoae floral tributes
showed their, esteem for the departed
friend. . Judge H. . H. Northrup eulo
gized hi fine personal qualities, and
spoke warmly , of his brilliant army ca
reer, saying -that . hia estate Included
two medals .voted to him by congress
ror bravery in action, and numerous
written - document from famous gen
eral. The apeaker read an order signed
by General Custer detailing Compaon to
deliver 17 Confederate flag which be
had been instrumental In capturing.
The service waa deeply impressive. ,, :
Rev. It. A. Barden. chaplain of the
O. A. R., offered prayer, and a aolo
waa sung by Mlse Annie Dltchburn. At
the grave th lftr rite were conducted
by Lincoln-Garfield poet; and a aalute
was fired over the -grave by a detail
of the Oregon National guard.
I i i i w .
tow Bzenrsloa Batea Bast. .'
-On September If, 17, the Great
Northern railway ' will - sell excur
sion tickets to Chicago ' and - return
for $7180: St Lout and return." 117. SO:
St. Paul. Minneapolis and Duluth and
return, so;-tickets good ror going paa
eage for 10 day; final return limit. 0
daye; good going via Great Northern
railway,- returning same -or -any direct
route, etepover allowed aroma and re
turning. For ticket and additional tn-
formatlon can on or addreea H. Dickson.
C P. and' T. A., Great Northern Ry
l?r Third atreet. Portland. . I
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; There's a distinct . saving of V$5 in buying your
: Fall ' Suit here. You can prove it by comparing
other suits at;$l5 with bur $10 suit -
A suit that wUl fit you that wHl hold its shajpe
that will look snappy and stylish - iall its lifeits
If you're interested in an inexpensive, thoroughly
good suit (not cheap) i I; :
One that you'll get heaps :ofp
Drop in tpmorrbw and make us prove what we
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THE GREAT HENRY PAIN GAVE HIS FIRST PRODUCTION OF
: I line ILast-Oa-ys m
For the first time in the history of the Pacific Coast -Portland is favored with
this world-renowned and most beautiful subject ever created. ::;
" - Remember, this is the last we ek at I ; I '
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For the Last Week
AS FOLLOWS;- ;
j TUESDAY K. . of P. Night, Em
blems of Order. ' r
WEDNESDAY Mason i c Ni ghi
; Emblems of Order. ,
THURSDAY-:6dd Ilows! Night.
Emblefns of Order.
FRID AY Wo o d m e n ' s N ight .
Emblems of Order.
U RDAY Ead ies'i ndzCliIld
; ren's Night. Handsomest Lady
SUNDAY Niagara Falls on; Fire.
; Tha cpidal event for tonight wiU be "ELK'S NIGHT' "Antlers Head n Fire." This in addition to $2,000 worth of
Firework, the like of which Portland has never witnessed. Seats for "PompeU" 25c, 50c and 75c. The 50c and 75c
tickets include free admission to -The Oaks.-- On sale at SWdmore's Drug Store, 151 Third Street,. at the O. W. P.
Ry. Co.'a tidcet Office, Firsthand Alder Streets, and at all times at "The Oaks"-at night : 7
- , v- Concerts by D'Urbano's Royal Italian Band every afternoon and from 7 to 8 a m.
Tremendous hit at tne uaiety Theatre of Royal London Marionette, nrf Vatir!v;T
Regular Admission to Grounds, r
Children 5 Cent
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