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Saya Seek Ye First the Making
V of Money Should Have Been
PARTIES AND DINNERS
ARE NOT MAIN THING
Square Deal for God and Man Comes
When We Put Emphasis, Not Upon
" If oney Power or Social Position,
., but Upon Character.
K After an absence of three weeks, tour-
In a the- seat. Rev. K. 1 HouM occupied
'the pulpit of the First Congregational
church at both services yesterday. The
, subject of Dr. House's evening sermon
was "First Things First." Me deplored
..' that 1 the present-day mad scramble
' for wealth, the doctrines ot Christ are
The speaker declared that Christ erred
when ha said "Seek ye first the kingdom
of God and his righteousness," as ao-
-coraing . 10 present tendencies, bis ad
i ' monition should have been "Seek first
the making of money, the finding of a
nigh social position, then all other
things shall be added unto you." He
aid. In part: ,
'.,., "And hoar la It today In society 7 The
card parties, the dinners, ths receptions
tare given such prominence In our news-
'papers that our young ladles really think
that this Is the main thing In life. But
.. the making of garments for ths poor, the
Jtttls group that works among the lowly,
' .' are rarely If ever, mentioned. The em-
- phasls la wrong for the making of noble
' manhood and womanhood."
. A square deal for God and man
, comes when ws put the emphasis, not
( upon money, power or social position.
'but upon character, upon ths making of
manhood and womanhood. , Let ths
. northwest' make .her future seoure
Setting first things first.'
NO SIN WITHOUT GOD
CleewBoe True Wllsoa
Christian Dootrlns of Bla.
;.. 'The elearest Idea of sin is found in
defining It to be the abuse of moral
freedom." said Dr. Qlerence True WIl-
eon, speaking on ths subject "The Chris
tian Dootrlns of Bin." at Grace Metho
dist Eplsoopal church last night Ha
oontlnued: - f
"Certainly our resemblance to dlety
ajoes this far; as Qod la a spirit, man is
spirit, possessed of Intellect, sensi
bility and wilt With such a personality
God destined us to be free. The Cbrts-
- ttaa Idea of sin Is a thslstte conception.
It Inoludes the idea of God and our re
flation te htm. Without the Idea of God
' there ean be no such thing as sin In
the Christian sense. . . '
"Whilst It Is "isBarTJooTmade us
- free. It Is no less true that he bad a
noble purpose for each life. - Ths divine
purpose for each Ufa Is first true char
acter and then noble eervtoe. ,' Every
man's Ufa la a plan of God with a high
" aim 1 but aln ta a mlaalng of the sohrk.
r mm la the art - rt an Intelllennt monl
i srtli. ' Crime la a civil term for an of-
' faase against the government, but- sin
le the transgression of the known-will
- of God. "There are alne against one's
self and against ons'a fellow creatures,
but air aln Is pilmsiHy au tiff suae
"Ceasing te acknowledge Qod ee the
central source of love and authority,
who ought te be obeyed, the sinner him
self becomes' a center and source of
conduct and life. Thua the divine order
ef man'a life le broken, and the man.
the elnnar, ehspes his own ends ac
cording to his own will. - " .
The Bible always treats ef sin aa a
. serious matter: God gives his warning
ef Ite end and tn clear revelations, mar
velous retributions, the mutteringe ef
conscience, ths eourse of Providence,
Some death bed sense, and the divine
character. Sin la ruinous because by It
we miss the true end for which we wore
created. Such a life la self -destructive."
LABORERS WITH GOD
Week ef Some aCsslom Sootsty Oatllaed
y Ber. Seppe. . ,'''.
The service at the Centenary Meth
odist church yesterday morning were
conducted in the Interests ef the Wom
an's Home Mlealon society. Rev. Wil
liam H. Heppe, pastor, took for his eub
jeet "We Are Laborers Together With
God." and ahowed bow closely the so
ciety followed tale teaching by Its
work. Hs said: ,
"All great social movements have
their germ la the Christian religion.
Mental, social and moral movements
have their basts la It Historically and
A New Institution for Portland'
Toe New York Surgical
This is a Surgical and Medical Institute or Dispensary for the
successful treatment of all diseases of both men, women and children.
. The doctora of the New York Surgical and Medical Institute treat
and cure all diseases of the eye, ear, nose, throat and lungs, heart,,
kidneys, bladder, brain -catarrh, asthma, rheumatism, bronchitis,
headache, insomnia, deafness, chills and malaria, skin diseases, neu
ralgia, diabetes, dyspepsia, dropsy, hemorrhoids and rectal troubles,
and all forms of sores, blood and wasting diseases. ' '
All private and wasting diseases promptly cured and their effects
permanently eradicated from the system. . .
Diseases of women and children given specisf attention.
: Nervous disesses and nervous prostration made a specialty. .
. Eczema and all skin diseases promptly cured.
" AU medicines are furnished to patients from the laboratory ef the
Institute. ' i- . '
Consultation cither at the Institute, at the patient's home, or by
Office hours 9 to U arm 2 to S pi m-, and 7 to 8 p. m. Sun
days, 10 to 12 a. m. .
. NEW YORK SURGICAL AND MEDICAL INSTITUTE
Permanently Located st Corner of Sixth and Washington Streets,
PORTLAND, OREGON. '
doctrlnally It has stood the teat. Now
comes ths severest test, ths practical
test. We believe It will stand this tsst
because of Its adaptability of human
wants. We find it meeting euccess lu
practical Unas, ii... . i .'
The Woman's Home Missionary so
ciety Is a demonstration. Organised at
Cincinnati It years ago, by a few de
voted women, tt now embraces mem
bersblp of soore .than 100.000. If has
gathered more than 11,000,000 .for Its
work. It haa establlshsd Industrial
homss and schools lo the southland for
the oolorsd people, scattered among the
atates. - These schools teach Industrial
pursuits, sswlng, cooking and the like;
They also educate the heart aa well
aa the head. Then the deaconess move
naent la under the Woman's Home Mis
sionary society. ; There are visiting,
field, nurse, and ' kindergarten deacon
esses, whose work Is broad and moat
extensive. There Ms a deaconess train
ing school at Washington, D.jC, and at
San Francisco."' 1 , .. . ,
SUNDAY LAW IDEA
Side O. A. Sux4er Censures man Fro-
r posed for District of Colombia, ,
At ths auditorium last night Eldsr G.
, Bnyder oompared the present effort
to' secure a national Sunday -law for the
Dlatriot of Columbia to the famous Sun
day edict of Constantino In A. D. 121, !
which was used as an entering wedge to
secure further church and state legis
lation until In A, JX 164 Sunday waa
fully legalised .aa a-religious day, and,
the observers of any other day anathe
matised. Othsr Intolerant measures fol
lowed until at last the church and state
idsa was fully developed under the!
8panlsh Inquisition. " 1
Elder Snyder aald he did not believe
that all advocatea of Sunday laws In
tend to persecute dissenters, but that
If thsy should succeed in securing euch
a law, they would make persecution pos
sible whether they Intend it or not. He
further argued that the idea of the la
boring class needing a Sunday law so
they esn have one day In the week to '
rest le misleading; that If the law I
merely proposed to protect laborers
rrom oeing oiscnarged Tor refusing to
work one day each week, no ons would'
objeot to It. but when It proposes to
enforce the observance of a specified
day as a religious duty upon all classes
whether they desire te rest or not. It
le easy to see that the whole schema la
.born of a deslrs on the part of somebody
w coerce oinere in martere of relig
At the elooe of the eervtce the atl-
Sunday law petition to the United Statea
senate waa signed by a large number of
SAW THIS LIFE PICTURE
Went Owl and Closed
Taking a part ef his life as a text. W
P. Elmore, a banker and mayor of
Brownsville, held the' attention ef a
large number of men at the T. M. C. A.
meeting yesterday afternoon. He eald;
'Ten yeare ago laet February a man
lay dying on the bank of avriver. As hs
lay there be saw a picture of hie own
life and rising his volos to heaven hs
asked that his life might be soared."
And the men wae I, and from that day
set 10 won to live a new life.
"Soon I was sleeted mayor ef the
town, f Brownsv Ills. Jnd. my first, step J
wss to fulfill the promise I made to the
Ixrd. I went to the city attorney and
asked him to draft aa ordinance that
would revoke the licensee of all saloons
in the town.' At the next meetlnc of
the council the measure waa carried and 1
since that time to saloon' has been- al
lowed in the city. Ivbelleve the nrln-
clples of temperance are In accord with
the teachings ef Jesus Christ, and that
svery man who votes for It Is uphold
ing ths. spirit of the Bible." -
ILLICIT LIQUOR SALES
(ftpeeur Dkpatek te Tee JeoraeL) -v'
Lav Grande, Or Nor. W. District At
torney Ivanhoe, who represented the
state In ths cases ef Lew Anderson,
Silas Myers and John Flshar, who were
charged with selling liquor without first
obtaining a license, at Mlnam, near El
gin, states that ths defendants waived
examination and were bound over. In
alt there were IS eounte against them.
Anderson and Fisher were each running
what la commonly called a gallon house.
Mlnam. -which la a nsw town near the
line of the new extension ef the O. R.
A N. Into Wallowa county, la sltuatsd
a few miles from Elgin, and the oondl
tiona there have hampered the work of
constructing the road, aa the laborers
were Inclined to spend a great portion
or tnsir time , mere. ,
(Jeeraal BpeeUl Sarvlee.)
Boston, Msss4 Nov. !. At the an
nual dinner of the Canadian ojub to
night the chief guests are to be D. C
Fraser, lieutenant-governor ' of Nova
Scotia, and A. B. Mortna, Sx-flnsnoe min
ister of Newfoundland. The address of
Mr. Mortna la awaited with considerable
publle Interest, as It hi understood the
ex-flnance minister wlU deal with the
fisheries dispute between Newfoundland
and American fishermen.
and lledleal Institute '
Has been , established and-permanently
, located in elegant quarters at
I Portland, Oregon,
And is now fully equipped with the Very
latest and most modern outfit of scien
tific surgical and electric apparatus
with a-eomplete-laboratory of pure, fresh
medicines, with s first-class pharmacist
to dispense them.
The doctors who are in charge of the
different departments of this institution
are graduates of the best colleges of
Europe or America and have credentials
from the highest medical boards in the
DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. MONDAY
a 1 .U mayi l ri.. - - iLU
Art on In this store.
Prces 10c end 15c. -
The new December fashion
sheets ere here now. They're
yours for the asking. See that
you get one. , '.
m wdDiisRi9 sawilis
A veritable tornado of superb coat bargains for those wise enough tcrbe Golden Eagle customers. The most
stupenduous coat bargains of the season. - -Just 312 coats in this lot and by Tuesday night there-should not
' . , ; . .' store. All women who- have a coat need should be here.
Eighteen Coats in light wool
mixtures and handsome plaids;
long loose-fitting models,
trimmed with tailored straps,
ome with and some -with-ont
' collars; every , one in
the lot a model of style and
made of the best materials ever
offered for this small price; no.
two alike. - Choice te
not one worth lets K QQ
than $10.00. . . . .... . . .JUetH)
Misses' and Children's Coats In
very smart light fancy wool
mixtures, loose-fitting, style, Ji
'and H length, made with vel
vet collars ' and trimmed - with
silk braid?- an even six dozen
for yon to choose from, and
they are worth from $5 to $3
each. Your choice of
any In the lot, for CO OQ
Women's Coats In light plaids
and mixtures ; long, loose-fitting
models, made of the finest all
wool materials obtainable,
trimmed with ; velvet and silk
braid or in the plain tailored
$18 to $25 each.iy VII
Choice for. ..... ...V I s-eUtJ
FOUR GLORIOUS SILK
TAFFETA SILK, 36 inches wide, a brilliant,
lasting black, with an exceptionally fine finish ;
a refitar S1.2S nnali'br: Rrwcial.
n yar7.:.:.. ;
B PLAID SILKS, for smart waists ; reg
ular 95c quality, for. . . i
Portland's Sons of Erin Com
memorata Execution of Irish
V Patriots In England.
REPUBLIC DEMANDED '
' ;-OF KING EDWARD
Cans of Irish Nationality Is Upheld
. la Songs, Recitations and Other
Features in Entertainment at K. of
P. HalL '
Thirty-seven yeare ago, November
II. Ills, Allen, Larkin and O'Brien were
exeeuted In England because they had
attempted a rescue of Fentana la the
hands of the police. A sergeant waa
shot in the melee, and the three Irish
men were hanged ae punishment.
f "Sivety year-sines' that, stirring, time
the day or their aeatn Baa Deen ob
served by Irishmen.' Portland's eons of
Erin remembered ths day by a pro
gram last evening In ths K. of P. hall
under the auspices of the local lodge
of. theAnclentOrder pfL Hibernians.
S. F. Shields made "the address of the
evening. He said the three martyrs
represented the undying cause ef Irish
nationality, and that the revolutionist
must as the seslsst and moat affective
weapons. Further be eald:
"Allen. Larkin and O'Brien 'were
physical fores men. We, the victims
and heirs of England'a past bate exile
from our father'a land honor these
men for what they represents No other
method of redress opened Itself to them
St the time. Many yeare have pesaed
away since England visited upon them
the doom of the murderer. -The story
of their act hae been told by loving llpa
at every Irish fireside.
Story of Beeena. .
"There 'were three of the men who,
under Captain Meagher Condon,
shared In, ths rescue of Colonel Kelly
and Captain Deasy, two Fenian leaders,
arrested for taking part in a herolo
movement of that name. During this
rescue a sergeant of polio wee ecct-
I. dentally shot. It Is conceded , that the
. shooting was entirely unintentional,
i Such a rescue, however, struck terror
' Into Englsnd. It waa not a rising upoo
I Irish soil giving to the government a
pretext for quartering Ite troops among
ths Inhabitants with tlcsnss to outrage
and murder but In broad daylight. In
1 the heart of England, Irishmen dared to
; attack a prison vaa end give liberty te
1 England's political prisoners. ...
I "It was,- aa it were, transferring the
1 - 1 . . I . iu
: , 4 Ct -.
PLAID WAIST SILKS, wider
z and worth $ 1 .5Q yard. Special , , ,
11' KL"3 I V ,V U
battle ground from Ireland to England.
New dangers were made apparent to the
government of England and ether pos
sibilities were made plain to the Irish
people.- Hitherto England bad held high
revelry with her outrages and butcher
lee upon Irish soil.
Waa Only Betallaste.
"She was beginning to realise that
retaliation In Englsnd could and would
follow. herearnlvale of crime In Ire
land. . Thai organisation of whicn those
men: ware members taught ths Irish
people that It was possible to cripple
the power of England by atriklng her
wherever the flag of England waved.
Aa-'outrags' ao daring required victims
aa a reparation. Hence, Allen, Larkin
and O'Brien Were eent to the scaffold..
They dred with a heroism ao mag
nificent, a courage so lofty, aad evi
denced so great a lovs to the eause for
which thsy died, that their memory will
forever be kept green by Irish people
and enshrined In the oore of, their
hearts. Within a pulse beat of eternity
their last cry was a prayer for their
motherland and let ua hope soon te be
come ths litany of a living nation "Ood
aave Ireland. " . . .
Mr. Shields spoke of the recommenda
tion of King Edward of a liberal gov
ernment for Ireland. aSd said "May .Qod
further enlighten him. nd may he never
die until he turns strlfs Into friend
ship, by shaking hands with the presi
dent of Irelend, a republic."
P. B. Sullivan presided. Hiae Lena
Harwae sang "Kathleen Mavoumeen."
Miss Annie uBrlen gave a recitation
and Mrs. Elisabeth Bruin sang. r. D.
Hennessy sang "Ireland. I Love Too."
nd Frankla Rlchter, whoss -orchestra
also participated, presented an Irish
medlev. Songs by Miss Nora Barrett
and Miss Mae Breslla finished the ex
"Old 0107" aTeree Sale.
Vew fork. Nov. II The -old glory-
horse sale, which eaeB year follows the
big horse show, opened today In Madi
son Square Gardenl with aa attendance
ef horsemen aad bnyere representing
EVENING, NOVEMBER 88,
- t - . .1... . l .. t
av ' J -111 'X -
, TAFFETA SILK, in black, brown and blue,
86 inches wide and a fully guaranteed grade;'
regularly anld ar'fll.fiO tht yard, s J Q
Paints for Your House !
Form ' a large part ef our stock.
Whether or not they will be applied
to the inside or eutaldo ef your house .
rests with you, but if you are look
ins for dependable palnta, let your
footatepa trend thla way. The "best
ever" In paints,
THE BIG PAINT STORE
Fisher, Thorsen & Co.
no An vomaxsosT srs.
many parte of the world. More than
1.100 animals are catalogued for the
sale, which already promisee to be a
record-breaker la many respects. The
B ; GUI -
-fe r --"tei "ltd -
PERFECrr SATISFACTION is enioved at all TIIANKSOIVTNO DINNTKB when
he TURKEY is baked in a GIEAT MAJESTIC IANGE. Call and we wUlshow
yoa why all who us a Majestic range are perfectly satisfied. ,
WILLIAM GADSBY & SONS, Cor. Washington and First Sts.
FOR TUESDAY AGAIN WE OFFER
UNBLEACHED MUSLIN AT 6c Yd.
It's the regular 10c quality, bat
whatever there is in a length.
sell you any quantity up to twenty-nve yards at,
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, That
-the first law of nature is self-preservation." Therefore be it '
Resolved, That one of the first duties of man is the care
of his teeth. And be it further y
Resolved, That I will this day call at the Boston Dental
Parlors and make an appointment.
BOSTON DENTAL PARLORS
29iy, MORRISON ST.. OPP. POSTOFFICE
Lady Attendant Phone Main 2030
Individual stars of the sale are Sweet
Marie and Hal Direct, consigned by
Dave McClary. - Another ,let that is
bound to attract attention le Thomas W.
Here with"every cents you
$spend. Get them with -very
purchase and save them to buy
-other goods with." For $23 worth
of coupons we give you SA
worth of any goods in the store.
timely offering, the most
be one of them left in the
Sixteen Coats in striking plaid
designs, most of them made in
the. collarlest model, some
trimmed with velvet and some.
In the smart plain tailored style;
nearly all in this lot are in- the
very swell H ; length, . well
lined and made, worth
to $15.00 Choice
Women's Long Coats in the-,
wanted light checked ; designs.
black and white and the correct
combinations; just 10 in this lot,
worth from $15 to
$22.50 each. YourCl 1 OQ
choice of any one.
Women's Coats of fine black
cheviot, made in the plain, smart
tailor style, trimmed with straps
and plaits; coats reg- '
nlarly worth $12.00 CO CA
each, for only.
Women's Black Coats, made of
superior quality of , kersey,
trimmed with rich silk embroid
ery, and made in the loose-fitting
style; yoke lined with guar-
anteed Skinner sat-
ih; worth $16.50 to
SZaOQ. Choice ...IW
U comes in short lengths of i"rom
But come in Tuesday and we'll
ay ana wc 11
ILaweon'e consignment from hie Dream
wold stock farm. Including a number ef
lis that have won feme on the tan
!ars. - aC2l
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