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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 18, IK.
LESSON FOR ALL
IN THE HEN
Dr. Brougher Draws From Her
Teachings of Love and
SHOWS HOW YOUNG ARE
Kept From Panger and Temptation
by Mother'! Wings, as Religion
Keeps From Temptation and Dan
ger Young Men and Women.
Urge audience at the White Tem
pt laat 'evening waa told something
about hens by Dr. J. Whltcomb
Brougher. He quoted Cbrtat'a words In
speaking of Jerusalem, and then spoke
of the Importance of tbe hen Industry.
According to htm there are more hena
and chlckena than people In the United
States, not counting "the yellow-legged
roosters that have entered the minis
try." He drew striking lessons from the
hen. She provides for her chickens,
she furnishes a shelter for them, she Is
' a protection for them, and she has a
mother's love for them.
As to "protection." he said:
"The hen is a protection for the chil
dren. She is sensitive to danger afar
off. Let a hawk go circling around ra
the heavens, and Instantly there is the
warning cry that brings the chickens
beneath her wing. Let a dog approach
and immediately she flies to the protec
tlon of her young and bids defiance to
the Intruder. Jesus Christ is likewise
. our deliverer from the temptations of
the devil and the presence of indwelling
sin. It makes bo difference how cloud
less the day or how bright the pros
pacts of life, no young man or woman
, is absolutely safe In a world of a thou
sand temptations. The hawks are
ready to awoop down for their prey
the weaaela. the little demona of the
chicken-rooat, are always 'seeking whom
they may devour.' On every hand la
the peril of temptation, the enticement
of sin and the snares of the devil,
Christ alone caa give us deliverance
from all those "
Concerning "mother's love" he said
"Did you ever see and old hen come
off the neat with her chicks the first
day? I could not wish a prettier sight
A mother could not be more thoughtful
and attentive and anxious for bar lit
i tie ones. I could stand and watch such
a sight for an hour especially if I had
any hard work to do. Tom Moore has
told us that there Is nothing so .sweat
on earth as love's young dream,' but
I think he Is mistaken. The sweetest
thing on earth la mother's love. Jesus
Christ brings to a weak and foolish
world the love of God In its motherly
aspect. He loves the sinner aa a
mother lovea her child, only more so.
Whoa, sympathy la needed, he gives it
He Is patient with our falla. he is kind
and gentle aa a mother in his treatment
of the erring; he Is simple In his In
structions In the way of life, and he
loves us with en everlasting love. When
all th world has deserted you and a
storm of criticism and persecution
breaks upon you. th Jesus says to you.
lonely and rorsaken. "Come unto i
and I will give you rest' "
Rev. Jonah Wise, of Chattanooga, Tennessee, Yesterday Elected Rabbi of
Temple Beth Israel by the Congregation.
POWER OF AN IDEA
It at St.
"The Power of a Supreme Idea" waa
the subject of the sermon delivered by
Rev. J. Allen Leas at the St. James
Bngiish Lutheran church yesterday
morning. In Illustrating th deads that
have been accomplished by the adher
ence to one thought, th speaker said:
"When Nansen. the Arctic explorer,
waa enduring the hardships of an Arctic
winter and the uncertainties of his des
tination, he never had a fear, for he
lived la the sentiment of an all-consuming
thought, that of th described
glacial drift, which should carry him
for awhile toward the pole and than
again away from it A religion that
does not so engross our thoughts and
espttvate our affections as to give ua
a larger confidence in man is not the
religion we need. Under th power of
a consuming lev we have courage to
undertake great things for Christ and
strength to bring great things to
eeptlng Christ Is not because they have
not enough Intellectual ability, but be
cause they do not wish to clean up
their lives. There are. many men who
do not earnestly and sincerely get to
the bottom of the problems of their
Uvea. They do not stop to ponder over
life, but drift along, never getting be
low the surface. But. even though a
man's record be marred in the past, let
him stand out with a firm determina
tion that th future shall be clean,"
concluded th speaker.
THE MAN YOU OWE
Debtor Of Man Is Hot
ataakind, Declares Dr. Short.
"The Man Tou Owe" wits the subject
of the address given at th- Taylor
Street Methodist church last night by
Dr. F. Burgette Short, the pastor. Tbe
speaker took the ground that every hon
est man paya his debts and those who
are in debt never rest until th obliga
tion has bean canceled.
The main application mad by Dr.
Short, however, was that ths debtor
of man Is mankind. Man owes much to
mankind and the currency by which the
obligation is met is service. The debt
can not be paid in money, nor can a
substitute perform the obligation. Each
person's work Is his alone and can only
be don by the Individual.
Our enemies must also be paid, not in
the currency of vengeance but In that
of Christian service. It Is the, duty of
ntan to man that each pay Into the gen
eral fund the currency of his experience
and the fruit of his service and Christian
effort This Is the way to pay the
debt which man owes.
WHY POOR ARE POOR
to Correct Uviag Bad Their
Tata Cannot Be Overestimated.
"A clean record cannot be overesti
mated. Fearlessness In a man's life
with reference to the peat Is a great
aaset It Is not to be outweighed," said
Robert E. Speer at the White Temple
yesterday afternoon, speaking to men
on the subject, 'The Value of a Clean
"There are thousands of young men
share whose reason for not sc-
5UU m Full Mmun
J. A. Folger & Co.
Dr. Wilson Say it is Besses They
Are Dot sa th Comtek,
Rev. Clarence True Wilson, pastor of
Grace Methodist church, thinks that the
poor are poor because they are out of
the church. Preaching laat night on
"'Christ's Program," he ssld In part:
"To preach good tidings to tbe poor
is the mission of the church. The
civilisation which has grown out of the
Christian teachings takes great care of
the poor. The church Is the poor man'
friend. Its gospel of holy uplift is
free. It rebukes every opponent of the
people. It elevates society. Boms one
Inquires why in our modern churches
there are mors of th well-to-do than
th very poor? Because the religion
of Jesus, the Christ, has always tended
to make its people prosperous. The
church is made up largely of the pros
perous, not because It seeks that kind,
but because it makes all kinds so. The
poor are not out of the church because
they are poor. They are poor because
they are oat of the church."
1 table, peaceful citizen waa based
chiefly on the story of Saul's visit to
When the alleged witch learned that
Saul was her enemy, said Moore, she
feasted him and his servants. He de
manded that bis opponents produce an
act of any Bible character that would
compare with the aot of ths woman of
killing her calf for her enemy. Moore
said the woman was endowed with
clairvoyant powers, but that even today
medicine can only be practiced scientif
ically with the aid of clairvoyant diag
"I admit that she practiced necro
mancy," he said, "and that was against
the laws of that day. But If It was sin
ful for her to do so, then Jesus was a
sinner, for ha else communicated with
the spirits of the so-called dead. Moaee
and Elijah." Next Sunday night Mr.
Moore will try to prove that "the devil
compared with Jehovah Is by far the
more humane gentleman of the two."
HOW THE EARLY CHRISTIANS
OBSERVED LORD'S DAY
Father O'Hara Tails of the Sin
cerity With Which It Waa Cel
ebrated in Ancient Times.
J. D. SBswlad Preach on Subject
at asMlm of the Man's Iegaa.
"It la timely for the church to ask
'Where are our brothers T " said Rev.
J. R. McOlade at tbe Mispah Preaby
terlan church yesterday morning. The
services were conducted under the ana
pices of the Men's league of the church
as It waa the day of prayer for the
Presbyterian Brotherhood, the new or
ganiaatlon whose principles were set
forth at the laat general assembly.
"There are boats of men in any city
like ours, strangers from home, st least
strangers to the love of Ood, end wan
derers from ths father's house, whose
spirits will respond to the sincere mani
festation of the spirit of Christian
LIFE AND MUSIC
"The need of the day Is symmetrical
Christian character a life where the
numan and divine elements are blended
like the colors in the rainbow," said
Rev. W. H. Heppe. pastor of the Cen
tenary Methodist church, at th morning
service yesterday. his subject was
"The Choir of Graces."
"Every personality should hsve a
erred oratorio where every part is well
rounded, full and rich; where all the
laws of harmony are observed ; where
there t variety and r-ge of expression
where ths music courses the shores -if
the Infinite, but where all Is a unit, a
glorious "oneness of creation - and per-
WOMAN OF ENDOR
- GREAT, HE SAYS
Harry J. Moor Declares She Was
Not Witch, but Greatest Char
acter in the Bible.
meeting of Spiritualists In Arti
sans' 'hall last night, Harry J. Moore
declared to the audience that the Wom
an of Endor wss not' only the greatest
character In the Bible, but far from
being a witch, was es-erythlng that a
lady should be. Mr. Moore's argument
that th Endor woraan waa but a char-
The cathedral was filled with a large
audience laat night, gathsred to listen
to Fsthrr O'Hara continue his discus
sion of the ways of the early Christians.
His subject laat night was "How the
Early Christiana Observed the Lord's
The speaker held that the observances
of the esrly Lord's day held a great sig
nificance for the worshiper of that time.
It assisted in the dissipation of the
gloom surrounding the remembrance of
the Mount of Calvary and the divine
tragedy enacted there. It became the
distinctive day upon whleh the early
Christians gathered at . their various
places of worship to observe the Euchar-
iatlc rites, or the observance of the
Lord's supper. This rite was main
tained to commemorate the laat sup
per whleh the Savior had with hi dis
ciples and was held of especial im
portance and In great veneration. In Its
admlnlstry It was held that the body and
blood of Christ were made manifest and
that the proper observance of the rite
comforted and blessed the participant
In the catacombs of Roma It waa the
custom to use the tombs of the martyrs
as altars,, and from this it came to be
the custom of the Catholic church to
have embedded in the altars the relic
of some saint
The veneration of aalnta cams In part
from this eustom, said Father O'Hara.
The Catholic church venerated the
saints as the friends of Ood. and there
was a great difference In the homage
shown them snd that accorded to the
Creator, though this wss misinterpreted
by those who were not informed con
cerning the teachings of the Catholic
church. The teachings of the church,
the speaker contended, have continued
steadfast for the peet 1,100 years be
cause they were in the beginning found
ed on the rock of truth.
Makes First Public Appearance
at Consecration of New
LARGE CONGREGATION IS
PRESENT TO HEAR HIM
Bishop Gives Sincere Address Which
Makes Good Impression Upon
Parishioners and Beautiful Conse
cration Service Is Given in Entirety.
Th flrst public appearance In Port
land of Right Reverend Charles Scad-
ding, bishop of the Oregon diocese, waa
made yesterday morning at tbe con
secration services of Trinity church.
The two events were linked together In
spiritual bond, which made the one
the complement of 'the other in that
the consecration service waa the flrst
official spiritual act of Blahop Scaddlng
and the consecration of the church a fit
ting introduction to one who will de
vote his life work to his new charge.
Nearly every parishioner waa present
when the great organ gave forth its
swelling harmony. Not a seat waa va
cant. The simplicity of the servicee
made them all the , more impressive.
Prom the moment Colonel John Mc
Craken read the article of donation,
which he formally presented to Bishop
Scaddlng, who offered prayer for divine
blessing upon th ohurch and Its work,
until Dr. A. A. Morrison, rector of the
parish, read the sentence of consecra
tion, the congregation remained silent.
Impressed with the beautiful service as
Its meaning waa swiftly unfolded to
them by the varioua ateps of the cere
mony. Members of the vestry who
Joined with Colonel McCraken In the
service were; Rodney Gllsan. James
Laldlaw. J. N. Teal, A. Tucker. J. Frank
Watson, W. H. Burns, George H.
Williams and Francis Seely.
Bishop la Inrroduoed.
In Introducing Blahop Scaddlng Dr.
Morrison spoke feelingly and reverent
ly of the bond which had Just been
formed between the man and the dio
cese. He said:
Words are inadequate to eapreee
our gratitude and pleasure over the
presence of our bishop hsre this morn
ing. We want him to know that this
congregation has but one purpose In
Its readiness to stand by him in ths new
work which he has so auspiciously un
Those who heard Blahop Scaddlng
speak yesterday were greatly Impressed
with the sincerity of the man. Simple
words sincerely spoken pledged the
divine to the work to which he has been
called. He said. In part:
On the day of my consecration the
diocese of Oregon and I took each, other
Into a lifelong relationship for better
or for worse. I belong to you, brethren.
and you to me. Let us work together.
I glory with you In the achievements
of the great Bishop Scott and the con
secrated Bishop Morris, but I cannot
be a Bishop Scott nor a Bishop Morris.
1 1 can do out myseu.
"T Mm to vou with sreat rood will
and affection, thankful for the confi
dence which, through the operation of
the Holy Ghost, caused you to choose
me. I hope In time to win your affec
tion. I have no policy, nor precon
ceived opinions or prejudices. I desire
to see things for myself, with my own
eyes and to take time to form my Judg
ments." After Bishop Scaddings sermon,
which, to use the bishop's own worts,
was a spiritual one, Dr. Morrison an
nounced that-a general reception will be
held Tuesday night from 8 to 10 o clock
In honor of Blahop and Mrs. Scaddlng.
During the same hours on Saturday
night a public reception will be accorded
them at the Portland hotel.
WANT MORRISON STREET
EXTENDED TO WEST
Improvement Association Do
sires It Cut Through to Form
Juncture With Washington.
FINAL CURTAIN DROPS
FOR SEASON AT OAKS
The Anal curtain dropped at the
Oaks laat night and ' the season at the
popular up-river resort cans to an end
after a prosperous run. There were
large crowds present to hear the clos
ing concert of D'Urbano'a band, which
rendered a special program for the oc
casion, and each number was vigor
ously applauded. The amusement ave
nue waa thronged with people taking a
laat peep at the numerous attractions.
During the afternoon concert Slgnor
D'l'rbano was surprised by the pressn
tatlon of a beautiful gold medal. The
medal wss presented by the street rall-
way management. Numerous floral
pieces were presented to the various
Esrly today workmen began to die
mantle the fixtures of the show places.
Many of the amusement enterprises
will go south fur the winter, while
others will go Into winter quarters and
await the opening of the Oaks next
The Morrison Street Improvement as
sociation, organised recently, la making
an effort to have Morrison street ex
tended west to a connection with Wash
ington street. It is argued that prop
erty on Morrison would be greatly bene
fited and the city at large Improved If
this thoroughfare were opened at the
upper end and another long, ettractlve
avenue given between the downtown dis
trict and the Heights.
The improvement association has
other plans for betterment of the street,
among them Improved street lighting
and car service. The opening of ths
street westward would. It, la said, result
In giving Morrison street car service aa
good ae that on Washington, and would
relieve the latter street of the strong
tendency toward congestion of travel
there. The extension of Morrison would
cut through the edge of Multnomah
club field and the old exposition prop
erty, and take a slice out of the vacant
lota owned by the King estate. It
would result In making some ideal altea
for hotels, apartment houses and like
structures In that neighborhood, with
strset frontage on two sldee.
Officers of the association are: Presi
dent. H. M. Cake; vice-president. P. J.
Mann; secretani, A. W. Taylor; tress
urer, D. W. Tlfrord. The membership
consists of owners of property within
100 feet of the street.
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Reef Chuck Steak . .
Beef Round Steak lAe)
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Beef Lois Steak 184
Beef for Stew S
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Veal Cutlets . . .
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Oxtails, each . . .
Hams, very beet
Pure Lard, five pounds
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