The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, June 08, 1907, Page 4, Image 4

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    THE OREGON - DAILY JOtJRNAL, 'PORTLAND, SATURDAY ' EVENING JUNE 8,' 1C07.
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HAS
CHOSEN
HIPPO!
; General Booth Declares the
little Brown Men Heady
5 l ; for the Gospel.
' i rtnMlal Dlnutek 'to The JonraalJ
- ) Seattle. June ; t'T teir you." said
.' qeneral William JBootb) of the Salvation
Army, upon landing from the eiearasnip
' from hie tour of Japan, "my trip through
TJinnon conflrme 'What' I have always
' said about human nature ; when you
reach the hearte of men. All precedents
have been upset in Japan. Their an
cient philosophy and religion has been
' unable to restrain thousands from em
; bracing our religion,".
. Oeneral Booth sptoke of his trip as
. halnr a , rontlntlbttS - bVStlon. He W
dined by Oeneral Nogl, the hero of Port
Arthur, was wwrwinni uj
' wived by the mikado.. . -
Tears.' with the Japanese" he said,
re considered an evidence or oowara
lce. but thousands rushed-to us in the
.nitiivt form, aroanlng. 'weeping and
giving evidence that they were deeply
luoved spiritually. -' ' '' ' 1 , '
"In Yokohama, Toklo and other cities
the Salvation rmy has organised Jap
anese Young women s a-roiecwon
leagues, the purpose of which Is to atop
,k. tnffiK in ,Mta alavaa
"I cannot account for the Japanese
attitude toward Christianity and the
United States." said.. Oeneral Booth,
"unless God has chosen that field at last
for conquest.
General Booth was net at the boat
. by his daughter. Commander Eva Booth,
who has been on a tour of this country.
The party will leave for Quebec, where
the eeneral la booked for a lecture. He
will return to Seattle. In October for
aeries of lectures. .
CADETS SAIL FROM :
. ANNAPOLIS ACADEMY
" ; V VJooreal peelal Barrtee.)
'Annapolis, Md., June 84-On the cruiser
Qlympla, flagship of Admiral fcewey at
Manllsy and ' the- monitors Arkansas,
rin.Mi and ICitvaria two classes Of mid
-shlpmen at , the Naval academy set sail
today . on, tneir annual cruiaa. j, nm ca
dets will make their first atop at the
Jamaatawn a monition, where av battalion
will go ashore Monday to act as escort
-ef honor to President Roosevelt during
the Georgia day ceremonies, s,-
After a stay of 10 days the squadron
will sail from Hampton Road for a
. cruise at sea and wIU arrive at New
York An Jiina 17. Two days later they
wlU sail from New York, for New Lon
, don, "Connecticut.-' The next two months
will be eoent in cruising about In the
vicinity, of New London -and Newport
and other. places along the New England
coast. The squadron win return to ah-
' papolls at the end or August. . ,.
EXOtAND WIXCOMES .
:. itULERS OF. BANKS
CHURCH
SERVICES
v- " I . ; (Journal Bpecial Service.); '
' 1 London, June 8. All the .'naval and
" fortification guns " at, Sneerness gave
King1 Frederick, of Denmark and his con
v eort'a noisy welcome today upon their
X arrival In, England on visit to. the
British 'royal family." The DanlshjTul-'
, era crossed over from Flushing tf the
" royal yacht Victoria and Albert ' Im
i mediately after the arrival of the yacht
in the harbor the reyal party was on
board 'train, bound for Windsor, where
' they were received by1 King Edward and
4Wuofo Alexandra. ' It is the first visit
the' .kin and queen of Denmark ' have
paid England since King Frederick came
to the thronn,-and elaborate plans for
- their entertainment - .- have -been . made.
i Karl y,, in the, coming , week King Ed
ward and his' royal guests will attend
the international norsa snow at uiympia,
" Monday positively the last day of dis
count of. west side, gas bills.
JAPAN WILL TRY TO, " ,
' EXPOET ITS COOLIES
Arleta Rev. m. A. Amlth. T. P. IT.
Sunday schooL IB m. , . ,. -
Third Vancouver avenue and Knott
streets,- Rev. E. M. Bliss, pastor, eery
ices at 11 l n. and 7:20 n. m. : Sun
day school, 10 a. m. " . v.'V 4.
Highland Alberta -and Sixth streeta
Sunday school, 10 a. m.; services at
11 a. m. and 7:45 p. in. '
Sellwood Tacoma ;' and Eleventh
streets: Rev. George A. Learn. Sunday
school. 10 a. m.: services at 11 a. m.
anii 7;J0 n tyi . -. K .
Calvary ' - East Eighth and Oran
streets: Rev. A. Lawrence Black. Bible
school, 10 a. m.; services at 11 a. m.
nil 7:110 n. m. .
Immanuel Second and Meade streets;
Rev. B. C Cook, pastor. Services at 11
m. and 7:e P m,; Sunday scnooi, iu
Grace MontavIIla: Oilman Parker,
minister. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:S0
Cantrali-Eaet Twentieth and Ankeny
Streets; Rev. W. T. Jordan. Services at
10.10 a. m.; Sunday school. IX m- and
at i p. n. children's services.
University Park ey. A. B. Walts,
Sunday school at 10 a. m.; services. 11
s, m. and 8 p. m., topic, 'The Meeting
for Prayer"; children's day exercises.
First The White Temple, Twelfth
and Taylor streets; Rev. J. Whltcomb
Brougher, D. D.. pastor. Services, 10:10
a, m. and 7:45 p. m.; morning, onu
dren's day exercises; evening topic. "A
Great Man, But T" or "Why Great Men
Frequently Oo Wrong." -Sunnyelde
(German) Forty-first
street and Hawthorne avenue; Rev. (J.
Feldmeth, pastor. Preaching. 11 a. m.
Hundav achooL :4S a. m
St , Johns (German) Rev.' C Feld
meth, pastor. Preaching. I p. m.; Sun
day school.
8 a. -m-, 11 a. ra. and 8 p. m.; . Sunday
school, 0:30 a. m. . -
. at- riaviil'a P.a Twelfth and 'Bel
mont streets: Rev. George B. Van. Wat
era, D. D. Communion, 8 a, m.: serv
ices, ll a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; Sunday
school, :4B a m.; Leo B. Pome roy,
n.nnl.t.an ohnlrtnaater.
All Saints Twenty-second and Reed
streets. Sunday school. 10 a. m.; -evening
service, 8 o'clock, sermon by Rev. H.
D- Chambers.
St Andrews University Park; Rev.
W. R. Powell. Services, 11 a, m.; Sun
day school, 10 a. -m. '
Good Shepherd Sellwood street and
Vancouver avenue, Alblna; Rev. John
Dawson. Services, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.;
Sunday school 9:48 a. m. v
St Paul's Woodmere; i O. 1 Parker.
Service at 11. a. m. Sunday school,
8:48 a. m. '" m. . . '
St, Matthew's First ana wniintn
streets; Rev. W. A. M. Breck. Services,,
11 a. m.t Sunday school. :45 a. m.;
communion, 7:80 a. m. No evening aery
The Church of Our savior wooa-
tock. Services, - m.j . Sunday
school 10 a. m. . . ' .
St Mark's corner or ivineteenm ana
uimby streets: Rev, J. E. H. Simpson.
ommunion. 8 s. m.; services, 11 i, m.
and 8 p. m.;. Sunday school, 10 a. m.
St John's Memorial seiiwooa; ' itev.
W. R. Powell. Services. 8 p. m.s - Bun-
day school, 10 a. m. .Bishop Bcadding
'111 preach.- J . ;i,.V.
the Planet Earth, Compared and Con
trasted'; Sunday school, :4e a. m.
w ulv,, 4, ,.T. ifv.o jL .'.,,,, ,
Fourth and Yamhill streets Men's
meeting at 8:80 p.m. -in the association
auditorium. Dr. J. Whltoomb Brougher
win epealc on "Why Men oo Wrong.
Vocal solo by Miss Christine Wallman.
Song service led by - Professor W.-. M.
Wilder. All men Invited.
I
, tralted Brethrem i Chris.
First East Fifteenth and Morrison
streets; Rev. H. C. Bhaf for. Services
at 11 a. m. and 7:10 d. m.: Sunday
school. io a. m.' r ,
Radical Sixth and Mechanic streets!
ReV. CP. Blanchard,
m. and .7:80 p.t m.)
a.- m.
Servioea 11
Sunday school, 10
8,
'.''.'. v J1 -
'. OoagTSfatlonaL ' " , .
University Park 1118 Haven avenue;
Rev. D. B. Gray: services at 11 a. m.
and I p. m.; Sunday school 10 a. , m
Mnrnln tnnlfl 'f!rowni." .. ;
Laurelwnod Rev. D. is. uray. At IV
m. Sunday school. Mrs. W. Ingalls
uperlntendent; 11 a. m., sermon; 8 P-
' .Univefsaf New Thought assembly I
A. O. U. W. hall, on Washington be
tween Tenth and Park streets Services I
at 11 o'clock and 8 o'clock. Topics.
"Life and Training on the Astrel Plane"' I
and 'Was the Earth Ever -Born, Will
it Kver iei" i . -y
m., young people s meeting.
MISSISSIPPI
nue and Fremont street; Rev,
I s. m.
second Seventh and
East Ankeny
a t h. . m ' Am, BtintA fT lnhlm naa.
tor.- services at 10:80 a.' m. and 7:80 p.
n-i Bible sahool, 11 m. - - - '
Savier-Street Between xweniy-nrst
and - Twenty-second streets." services
10 a m.t Sunday school. 8 s. ra.
St Johns E. A. - Leonard, pastor.
services. 11 a. m. ana i:sv p. m.. sun
dav achbol. 10 a. m. "
Chinese Mission IH , oax - street,
Sundsy school, . p. m.; preaohlng In
Chinese, s p. m.
- First German Fourth : and Mill
streeu: Rev. J. Kratt, pastor. Services,
11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; Sunday school,
: a, m. . .
Second German Morris street 'ana
Rodnev avenue: Rev. F. Bueermann. baa
tor. Services. 11 a. m. and 7:10 D, m.1
Sunday school, 8:48 a. m.
East Forty-fourth-Street Mission At
the home of F. L. Bunting, 1210 East
Yamhill street, at 8 d. m. Rev. John
Bentseln." Sunday school, 19 a. m.
Lents Ninth avenue, near . Mount
Scott oar line, at home of William Knee-
Und. services at :I0 s. m. by Kev.
E. A. Smith. V
Mount Olive Seventh and Everett:
Rev. B. B. B. Johnson, pastor. ; Services
at 11 a. m and p. m.
' -V' t .'(.-f- aaaaaaaaF w.
lrebytexlaa.
. MisDsJi East - Thirteenth" and Powell
eireeie; itev. jerome. . MCUiaae, l. IX
Services at 10:80 si' m., topic, "What
Is Your LIfeT": children's day service
ax.s p. m.
Calvary Eleventh and Clav streets
Rev. Beh-Esra Stiles Ely Jr., D. XX
Services at 10:80 a. m. and 7: JO p. rn.;
Sunday school, 18 m. . ;
Fourth First and Gibbs streets. Serv
ices, 10:80 a. m., children's day services;
Sunday school, 18 m. . .. . ' ;
- Hawthorne . park Twelfth , and East
Avenue Mississippi ' ave-
lont street: Rev, wuuam
L. TJnahaw. Services 10. a m. and'
d. m.: toDloa "Our Riches In. Christ,'
'Obedience Better than Sacrifice."! Sun
dav achnnl at 10 a. m. " .
Sunnyaide Corner of East Taylor and
East Thirty-fourth street; Rev. j. J.
Rtauh. naater. 8arvlaa at 11 a. - tn.
and 8 p.. m.; topics, "Replenishing Our
tfpiruuai rowers.- '-racing xowaros we
Goal." Sunday school at 19 a. m.
Hassalo Street East Seventh and
Hassalo; Rev. Paul Radsr. Services
10:80 a. m. and 7:48 p. m.. "Men of the
Kingdom.' Sunday school IS m.; Chris
tlan Endeavor 8:45 p. m. - f
First Madison and Park: Rev. Dan
iel Stayer, assistant pastor. ' Children's
Day services, Sunday school 18:15 p.
m., F. H. Whitfield, superintendent;
Y. P. S. fl K at 8:45 n. m. ;
Highland East Sixth street north and
Prescott: Rev. E. 8. Bollinger. Sunday
school services,' primary exercises and
graduation 10:80 a, rn. An Interesting
and pleasing program and children's
at ?:
drUls
p. m.
Taylor streets; Rev. E. Nelson Allen,
services, jo :sp a. m.. topic. "TheBtatore
of a iMan"; Sunday school, 12. m.; Y.
1
'-"!fv'r.t,
(JoornU SpecUI Service.) T '. "'
; Toklo, June A representative of
, the Japanese residents in the United
States who arrived here and called upon
". Foreign Minister Hayashireports that
Hayashi aseured him that American pro
posals mat japan enter imo a mutual
agreement for the restriction of labor
-immigration wouia oe rejectee..
He eava Havashi told him every ef
"fort would be made to cut out the last
clause of the article of the present
treaty, when it came up for revision in
.1909 but it is expected that America will
not yield easily on this - point it is
probable that ' a special commissioner
- will be sent to America to examine ex'
act conditions. . .-..-i.-- :
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P. 8. C. Ew 8:80 n. mi. musical Droaram.
Forbes Sellwood street and Oanten
beln avenue; Rev. Harry H. Pratt. Serv
ices at 11 a. m. and 7:30 py tmf Sunday
school, 10 a, rh.f ...;
i Piedmont Cleveland avenue and Jar-
rett street; Rev. L. Myron Booser. Serv
i . , , - - . IV. BA . t
iiwb at iu n. uu i ,ov gr. m. Duauiy
scnooi, isus p. m. - ,
Weatmlnoter East Tenth and Weld
ler streets; Rev. Henry U Marcotta
services at 10:30 a, tn. and 7:45 p. m.;
aunaay. scnoot, jj, m. . . . ,
, First Twelfth and " Alder streets:
Rey. "William' Hiram Foulkes. - Services
at 7:30 p. 'm., -topic, "How jesus An
wered Questions": children's day serv
Icea at 10:30 a. m.; Sunday school. 12:80
p, m. ' '- ' :
Fulton Rev. A. H. Barkholder. .Sun
day school at 11 a. m.; Christian En
deavor, 7 p. m.; service, 7:45 p. tn.
Marshall-Street-Marshall and North
Seventeenth streets; Rev. C W. Hays.
Sunday school, 10 a. m.; preaching at
11 a. m. end 7:80 p. xn.j Y. P. S. C
8:46 p. m. - '
Mount Tabor Belmont street " and
Prettyman avenue. Service at 11 a, m.
and 7:80 p. m. t
Sellwood Corner East Seventeenth
and Spokane avenue; Rev. D. A. Thomp
son, pastor. - Services at 11 a. m. and
8p. m.; evening sermon by Rev. George
WT Arena of Arleta; Sunday school,
10 a. m.: " ;, ,.
Third East Thirteenth and Pino
streets; Rev. -Andrew J. Montgomery,
pastor. Services at 10:80 a. m. and 7:45
p. m.. topics, "What Shall This Child
Bel" ar
fluence.
Vernon East Twentieth and Wygant
streets. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:80
p. m. by Rey. Q. A. Blair; Sunday
school. 12 m.
MontavIIla Rev. J. A, P. McOaw.
Services at 11 a, m. and 7:80 p. m.
..' ' ftrntaeraa.
Swedish Immanuel Nineteenth and
Irving streets. Services, 11 a. m. and 8
p. m.; Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
Norwegian Synod Eaat Tenth and
Grant streets; Rev. O. Hagoes. Sunday
school, 9:80; services at 11 a. m, and 8
Betanta Danish Union avenue and
Morris street; Rey. Gudmund Grill.
Services at 8 p. m. '
St James' Enalish West Park and
Jefferson streets; J. Alien. Leas. Serv
ices at 11 a, m. and 8 p. m.; Sunday
school, 10 a, m.
Bt John Peninsula avenue and Kll-
patrlck atreet: C Buechen. Services at
10:46 a. m., German; -7:80 p. m., Eng
lish; Sunday school, 9:80 a. m.
Norwegian 46 Mortn rourteentn
street: Rev. J. VL Nerving. Servioee at 11
a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; Sunday school, 9:45
St Paul's German East Twelfth and
Clinton streets; Rev. .A. Krause. - Serv
ices at 10 a. m. and 8 pv tn.;: Sunday
school. 8:80 a. m.
. Trinity German ( Missouri Svnodl
corner WUliams avenue and ' Sellwood
street; J. A. Rimbach. Services at 10
a. m.. and 7:80 p. m.;' Sunday school.
Zion's ' German (Missouri Synod)'
unapraan and saimon streets; w. H.
Behrens. - servieea at 10:15 a. m, and
7:45 p, m.; Sunday school, 9:15 a. m.
,,- V-':: , .. . ' i-.-.,.V.
'm : ' Chrlsttan.
Central East1 Twentieth and East
Salmon streets; Rev. ' J. F. Ghormley, JX
D. Services at 10:45 a. m. and 8 p. m.;
Sunday school at 18 m. Rev. Georae W.
Mucxiey, secretary ox caurcn extension,
speaks in morning. '
Rodney-Avenue Rodney avenue and
Knott street; Rev. F. - Elmo Robinson.
services at io:4 a. m., topio -The
Vnlyarsallsl
Church of the Good Tidings East I
coucn ana isast mighin streets; nev.
Fiftieth anniversary of founding of I
children s - oav in Unlversallst church.
Sunday school 'at 12 m. .Devotional
service Thursday evening. , --.
s.-" ..--- , -- .
Christian and aClislonary AUlanoe.
The Christian and' Missionary ' alli
ance Sixth-and Main streets; Rev. Cl
10:10 a. m.1
, , .
. '"''.. - Beforaied,
First German Tenth and Stark
streeu; o. HInr, At 10:45 a. ser
mon, . in ir ana its rTUir ; at
p. mH sermon, "Trua Freedom."
D. Sawtelle.' Services at
Sunday school at 12:15 p.
'.,. ' u, JU Church SontX -
1 171 H Second street; Rev. E. F. Mowr
pastor. Services at 11 a. m, and 8 p.1
m.; topio, -The Present Day Cell In thel
KlsoeUanaoa.
New Church iBocietv Eleventh and
Alder ' streets: Rev. ' Hiram Vrooman.
Services at 11 a. m., topic: "The Newi
jemeaiem '; Sunday school, 10 a. m. '
Latter-Day Saints Hall 400 Allakv
building. Third and Morrison streets, I
services at 11:80 a. m. and 7 p. m.: Sun
day school. 10 a. m.
Millennial Dawn O. A. R.'halL north-
east corner Second and Morrison attests.
Services at 8:30 p. m. .
Divine Truth Center Hall 201. Al sky J
Duuaing; i m. Minara, pastor, serv
ices at 11 a. rn.
The Church of the First Born will I
meet at 841 First and Sheridan I
streets. - Ben - J. H. Lucas will lecture
at 8 p. ra., followed by spiritual mes
sages by Mrs. Lon Coon, Lyceum at
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Mount Scott Services In hall at Kern
park, 8 p. m.; Sunday school, 2:30 p. n.
woodiawn-Servlcee at 11 a. ra. and 8
p. m.: topics, "The . True Model" and
The Necessity of Repentance": Sunday
school, 10 a. m.: Rev. Q. M. Reed of
Idaho will preach.
nrst corner s Pari and Columbia
streets; Rev. E. M. Patterson, 10:80 a.
m., communion service, followed by
children's day. exercises; 7:48 p.m.
"Christianity or Morality, Which."
Advent seeond street, between Hall
and ' Lincoln. Services at 11:80 a. m.
and ? p. m.;. Sunday school, 10:80 a. m.
Halted ZvangeUeaL
V rut fnrti.r T!aaf TantT in CV....
r and "The Miraculous in Home In-I man streeta Rev. A. A. Winter. Chil-
p. m. Sunday school 10 a. m.
Second' Fargo and- Kerby i streets;
Rev. B. 8. Hughes, pastor. Sunday
school 10 a. m.; preaohlng at 11 a. m.
id 8 p. m. - ..
Rt. Xnhn'aMtaTvanlirM and TAtin at.....
Rev. Cheeter Paul Gates. Preaching li
a. m.: tODlc "The Blood of Bxemntlnn.":
at 8 p. m. Children's day program. Sun-
oay scnooi i a. m.
Ockley Ureen Oay street and wll-
Bowersox,
80 n. m.
preaching; topic "Deliverance from
. (SfMeUU Dlspateh to The Joenul.)
Lafayette, Or- June 8. The United
Evangelical church of Lafayette has
been completely -renovated. The walls
have been, kalsomlned, tinted and dec
orated. Special services are being, ar
ranged for the reopening tomorrow. The
sermon at 11 a. m. will be appropriate
to the occasion. Servicea will be held
at 8 p. ra., the second sermon of the
series . now being delivered on Sunday
evenings on me suoiecu -me ureauoa
of the World." Services will be con
ducted by the pastor, g. E. MoVlcker.
STEM IN HIS TEETH
BUT PIPE SHOT AWAY
(Special tMepatcb to The Jeanm!. :
-Spokane. Wash.. June 8. While 'rid
Ing along the street In a buggy, Thomas
McKenna had the unique experience of
having his pipe shot out of his mouth.
He and a man riding with him gave
chase and captured a lot of boys who
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playing by the roadside and' who
thouKbt to nave rired the snot
but all made denial. The stem was lefi
In McKenna's mouth, merely the bow.
being shot off. ...
ref erred Stock Ceased Oooda.
Allen dc Lewis Best Brand. ,
Monday noaitlvelr the last day of dis
count of west side gas bills.
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Jfew CrloM Added to Calendar. ,
(Sied(l tnnateh t "The Seereal.l ' , '
BDOkane. Waah- June 8. J. V. Qula-
ley and BS. W. Peddycord; two W; S: C.
students, who were arrested some time
ago or stealing tnree eblckens to eat
at a banquet. have, been rlren their
edom on paying a fine of 18 each and
never -to commit a like of-
free
promistig m
fense again.
if
Tht Best Scottring Soap IVLid ,
Western Elevating Grader, Ditcher
and Wagon Loader
y
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Crushers, Dump Cars,
see ua.
I"or modem earth and
BBAL.L & CO.
winhaadis
dirt for
8c per yard. .
Bold om
trlaL'-" '"'i
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Werf ern ' ItiThieled 'and
Drag Scrapers andOradi
Ing Plows, -Austin . Re
versiblepraders Austin
Dump , Vagons, . Rode
rock i handling; .machinery
321 Hawthorno Ave.
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A Scouring Soap
A Meuf Polish
A Glass CIeanr .
, Methodist.
Taylor-Btreet Dr. Franois Burgette
Short. Classes, 8:80 a. m.1 sermon,
Ihi Ratia? 6.M.?rlKrkH. lamette-boulevard; 'Rev. J. :
the Baptist, and an Example of Chris-; naator At 11 a m anf I
tlan Courage"; Sunday schooL 11:18 p. greachin: ' tonic eHveri;
Them Happy." . f
SunnysldeEast Tamhill street, be
tween isast Tnirty-iirtn and
East Thirty-fifth and Thirt:
sixth streets: T, B. Ford. Services 10
a. m. ana ,7:30 .p. m. , eunaay scnooi
11 a. m. ; . i
St Johns F. L. Toung. Services 11
a.m. and 8 p. ra. Bunday school, , 10
a. jn. - . .
EDwortn Irving and Twenty-third:
B. H. Bryant Services at 11 a. m. and
v:so n. m.
centenary wintn and Fine. w. h.
Heppe. ' services 11 a. r. and 7 :30 n. m
Trinity corner or East Tenth and
Grant Lewis F. Smith. Services! at
11-a. m. and 7:S0 n. hl. Bundmy anhonl.
iv a. m.
Central Russell and Kerby streets! J.
T. Abbett Services at 11 a. tn. and 7:30
d. m. . . -
enmese Mission cnan . s ni kal
cervices 11 a. m. ana p. m.
Mount Tabor James Moore. Services
at 11 a. m. and v:ao n. m.
ratton Mlchlaan avenue and Carnen
ter. h. t. wire, services at 11 a. m.
and 7:ao p. m.
Vancouver Avenue Services at 11
m. and 7:80 p. m.
'Woodiawn Hew b. 11. uewart. ser
vices at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.
woodstocK Rev. w. vr. Kerr. Ber.
vices at II a. m. and T:30 p. m.
Norwegian-Danish Thirteenth and
Davis; c. J. Larsen. services at 11
m. end 7:30 o. m.
Bwedien BortnwicK ana Beacn: Rev.
Johnson, . Services 11 a. ' m. and 7:30
n. m. . . "
First German Fifteenth and HovL fl
A. Waasa. Services at 11 a. m. and
7:30 ih m. ' -itMtr-r . i,
Second German Stanton and RMnav.
n. a. iuaaa. services 11 ll a. m. anc
7:30 p. m.
, Japanese Mission 111 North Fif
teenth. Services art 11 a n. and 7:80
University Park Rev TV A Watfara
Services at 11 a, m. and 7:30 n. m.
Grace church Corner nf Twelfth mnA
Taylor streets. Clarence True Wilson.
The Rev. W. H. Selleck of irirat
cnurcn, oatem. wui preach at 10:80 and
at .t :.-. upeciai music by the choir.
Children's choir exercises in Sunday
ai it.ia. interesting program
for the public Epworth league at 8:80.
, Kplsoopal. '
Pro-fatheitral of Rt atsnh.n ym v.
tfr Thirteenth and Clay streets; Rev.
H- M. Ramsay. Corpmunlon, T:t0 a. m.i
avrvicaa 1 1 a. m. ana v:.u p, m.; Sunday
school, :4S a. m.
1; Trinity -Nineteenth andJ Everett
streets; Dr. A. A, Morrison, Services,
: atplrltnaUst.
The Ministers' and Mediums' Protect
ive Spiritual association will hold its
usual., meeting sunaay, at s p. m..
new W. O.' W. halL Eleventh street
near Washington. Subject "The New
Kingdom, ny Mrs. Josenhlne N. Coul
ter; written questions answered by Rev,
Sonhla B. SelD. All welcome. -w
First Spiritualist ' Society Ablngton
building. Artisan hall, between Wash
ington and Stark streets, en Third. At
11 a. m., conference, subject for dis
cussion, ''What Shall Be the Occupation
or My epintr i at 7:46 p. m. Jr. e,
Coulter lectures on "The Cretan BulL
or "Conauerinsr Our Mad Loves." Snirlt
messages by Mrs. Rows and reading of
iignt surrounding people m auaience cy
. a. wouner, .
lryanfeUeal Association. ,
First English East Sixth and Mar
ket streets; 8. ; A. Slewert, pastor,
in-eacnmg at 11 a. m. ana7: p. m,
Sunday school 10 a. m.
First German Corner Tenth and Clay
streets; Theodore Schauer, pastor; ser
mon at io:4 a. m. ana ceo p. m. bi
day school 8:80 a. m. -'-
Memorial East Eighteenth and Tib-
betts: L.C Hoover, pastor. Preachint
at 11 a. tn. and I p. m.; Sunday schoo
10 a, m. 1
jOhrlstlaa Skilenoe.
First Church of Christ Scientist
DWiUHl ' 1UW1 UUIinilM, JUVII1BUU S-IIU
Loarnsdale streets, services at 11 a. tn
and 8 p. m., subject, "God the Preserver
of Man.' Sunday school at -. close of
mornina- service. '
Second Elks' temple, Stark, between
Sixth and seven tn streets. Services at
11 a. m. and 8 o. m.: subject 'God the
only cause ana creator; aunaay scnooi
ii a m.- .
Vnlttl yresbyterleji.
Church of the 8tranaers Waaoo
street and orana avenue: Rev. s. Karl
DuBols. Services at 11:45 a. m. and
7:80 p. m. Services for . mutes every
Hunoay morning, eunaayscnooi, 11 m.
First Bixtn ana Montgomery streets:
Rev. A. W. Wilson. Services at 10:30 a.
m. and 7:80 p. m.; Sunday schooL 13 m.
-' '' tmitarisa. , T
Church ' of Our Father Corner of
Tamhill and Seventh streets; Rev. W.
G. Eliot- Jr.; I Rev. T. -L. Eliot, D. D.,
minister emeritus. Services at 11 a, in,
and 8:80 o. m .: mornlna tonic. "Rellalon
for. the Placet Mars and Rellfloa tor,
BANK AND OFFICE RAILING
WIRE AND IRON FENCING
Barbed Wire, Wire and Lawn Fencing,
; v Jf oiutry Netting, Etc ,
itm vihaii inrti
PORTLAND AND IRON WORKS
Phone Main 2000.
SECOND AND EVERETT. STS,"
t i 4 if
WHICH WINS?
Two houses in the same town
were painted by the same
dealer with Lrowe Brothers
'High Standard", Paint and
with "lead and oil mixed by
hand,'- The first the larger
cost 270, with "High
Standard." The second cost
$t.oo. The first wore over i
five years', the other; three. '
Figure it out for yourself
then come and let us help you to select colors. See our beautiful
cards and booklets ' ,' v r f,'v . , ' N 4
Boolrlets. "Paint and Pafnt?nr" nA MAttractiw TTAr 17m
. RASMUSSEN & CO.
Distrib,utors ' Second and Taylor Streets, Portland"
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THE TOTAL DEATHS.
When the Kidneys fail to perfonn their ftinctiorti properly by not straining out the poison
ous waste matter from the blood as It passes through them, the poisons are carried by the
circulation to every part of the body, deranging the different organs. .This -causes heart
irouDie. stomacn uouwe, siuggiso liver and a host of other ills, .all due tp deranged Kidneys.
corrects Irregularities and cores Kidney-and Bladder diseases In every form, tones 'up the
cured or cniaurs disease. ' . wnoie system, ana tne diseases that nave
resulted from disordered Kidneys disappear,
because the cause has been removed. Com
mence taking FOLEY'S KIDNEY, CURB
at the first sign of danger. Do not risk
having Bright's Disease or Diabetes.
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S".t L MLUlf wh,t aeafaineeal reeulte 1 have had frarn vainc POUY'I KIOHsV
CU KK eAar fcaWnf tried ether edrertised siedleiaee asd eavaml ahraleiaaB; Before leetea
!L Md te get np (rea te te ee WMik aiSht te relieve my elatfder. I eras all Meatedaa
with dropsr aas my eyeelabt was ee inpairad thet 1 eeuld eeareely eee eae ef rar tkmlir
across the reorn. Io fact, I waa m hadlyaeed as that I hadcivaa hop of lM.i wheal
wee erf.dbjr a friend to 'try rOLkyi-klDNBV COaa. dnm je-ciat Iwttle werfed woa
dra, and before I had takes the third hottla tha usaau fla.h h.A .n .11
ether em
all tbeuf h
enre I had tekea the third bottle the eeperAeeue 8..h had soae, ee wall ee all
tone ef Kida.y treobla. Uy frleade were eurpriwd that I wae eurad, M they
" i ""e" 3 f wy ew aaye seme on. ones rraaa salles awaf ee leer
tt iae Ireatose lmtllP ieease, aai aaTeaellat
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