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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, TORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING, ' JULY 13. 1C07.
THE JOURNAL AT RESORTS s
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Oaarhart Park... p. J. Struck
,ot..L-! ...Hot Lake Sanitarium
Seaside I-ewls A Co.
Wllholt Springs ...F. W. McLerao
Carson Springs.. .
Boyd St Bon an4 Mlnsral Springe Hotel
cade Springs........ Tboniaa Moffatt
Collins Springs.,.., C. T. Belcher
Jlwaco ,. ,..i.,..Loula Coban
iona nnh .
-.Marshall A. Fottenger and O. A. Smith
Jjaheotta H. J. Brown
- Ocean Park. .Stewart Taylor
Tan H. Barber and Frank E. Btruhal
Th Breakers.. The Braakera Hotel
' " i n i i. . i n -ix T. -- T-Z-i-r-Lj-i-a -. -. -L -L.Y
uarquam -Orand . ."Ingomar"
hTl "The Man From tba Wear"
The Oaka . . . . .
....O. W. P. rarllne. First and lldir
pong Jtvacltels, . .. .v. .:
m Talt, ef 140 East Thirty-Second
is unary ana manager or the City
. laundry of this. city, wag arraigned In
Justice Raid's eourt this mornlnar on
the charge of .violating tha state Tabor
laws. Ball was fixed at 880 and defend
ant was released. But Labor Commis
sioner O. P. Hoff brought th charge
than 10 hours out of 14 snd Minnie
Baird has been chosen In tb Informa
tion againat th defendant a tha spa
vino maiano of tna violation for which
Talt will be tried. It is an Interesting
teet ease en a new law. . Th ease haa
vman sex ror next Saturday and wlll.be
"At t o'clock on Wednesday afternoons
during 'uly and August, a series . of
aairy- siones lor - younger
oe given m the children's
publlo library. On Batur
fAAm A f Ka
publlo library. On Saturdays at tha
same hour the" subject ef the story
nuur will M . aa r r iru . n . i n "
fn. ItklMMK . a . . . - m
Rer. Charles F. Weigele, vangllt,
4f Newport, Kentucky, will hare charg
ef th aerrlcea of th Oregon Holiness
- association tomorrow afternoon at
o'clock at the camp ground.., Tremont
suition, on mount Boott carllna.- Take
Mount scott ear at First snd Alder.
jar. vveigeie,- wiin pier. Aura'Brottn,
-will have charg of the coming camp
To th Chautauqua by TrolJey Take
Oregon City cars direct to parks Jeav
First and Alder streets everr II mln
Vltes from 7:lfi a. m. Para tin round
inp; ucxets must b purchaaad; en sale
in waiting room, nret ana Alder streets
ana Mat water and Hawthorne avenue.
i! The street committee ef the city coun
cil yesterday voted favorably on the pe
tition of the Northern Pacific Terminal
company to ua a portion of Nloolal
was taken in Telatlon to a petition from
the Portland Fuel company to lay tracks
zur jwu DiocxuB en Jtaat Aider street near
uie river.' '
DUIIU J.i: UT.JUTl. n ma. W. F 1 P-
Oreaham. 4to: to Boring. Barton. Euli
Creek and Estacada, Tie round trip;
tickets must be purchased; en sal In
waiting room. First and Alder streets.
Cm ra l.iu. 11A S-1A IMo a- , MA
" - " - " " a.w. aV w a. UK, a
S:40, 1:44.7:11 p. pu pinner t Hotel
xstacaaa, auo. , , .-, ,
Alvia S. Hawk, th printer bag Be-
anM a Mitw-Jlju..1 - ..... I .ft.-, at..
building at Second and " Alder streets.
where he la lnetalllng a modern printing
?lant, and will carry stationery and of
ice supplies as soon as stock csn be
Jut in. now ready to ear for all print
ng orders at th new location. 144
Second street, corner Alder. - j-
Chautaaqua. Take Oregon City cars;
reave cttbt aner juasr streets very go
minute from T:I5 a. m. direct te Olad
atnntt Park Fara SSn rnnnH t-ln.
Tickets must be purchased : on sals in
waiting room. First and Alder streets,
East Water street and Hawthorn ave-
" . y . .. (
Water through hose for ' sprinkling
yards er sidewalks or washing porches
er windows must be patd for In advance
and used only between the hours of t
mwiA m m liI B .! a a. - T4
must not be need for sprinkling streets.
If used contrary to these rules, or
jrastefully, it will be shut oft
Trolley Excursions Tomorrow To
Oregon City and Canmah Park, 45c
ruunu trip; nvravia BTiuac d purcnaaea;
on sale in waiting room. First and Alder
streets. Interchangeable with O. C. T.
Co. 'a boats. Cars leave every H min
utes, from 1:16 a. m. f ,
flals By trolley; take ' EsUcada and
Casadero ears ' from First and Aider
if.0' V- 7:i P -; transfer at Cedar.
aVtlla Junction. -
tl Estacada, Summer Resort on
tipper Clackamas rlvr, t per day;
" v" -"-. um- j. w. r. cars rrom
First, and Alder streets every I hours,
from T:8 a. m. to T:l p. m. inclusive.
Plnnsr 60 cents, ... ; ; .. , :., ,t. ,, H
Ieo Furlong, 1 years old. held In the
county Jail on th charge of assaulting
F. Kaehlwage, a Japanese laborer, on
July f was this morning transferred to
juvenile eourt by Justice Reld.
rtll.tfrf'a tllkV wlrnri(n 1ima T o.a.
sons dallyj enameled tank, freah' Bull
Jtun water, Eaat Morrison and Grand.
Marry uray, or I0 Jefferson street.
an electrician In the employ of the Port
Behind a checkbook if you want
; ""-. . -
you conduct your business) that
don't carry or hold large sums of
, . Taa
tiM trying to rot) you ana you will hv m peace aad safety.
r A checking 'account not only offers the only safe method of
A aaaa?a.a. V. . . . 1 t...a 1m -.. a ..... At . - .t . I . .
iransatiuiK uusimch nut n gives you
- . t. i i , a -i ; j. irrTT ; . - tt- v.v in si
L ... iJvrr.j.TriT!7h. m-i: jj
Let Us Do Your
"Another atory added to ear
building snlarges ear facilities
almoat a third. Equipment up-to-date.
Only a team -heated pollsh
ara tha kind that doe not burn
In ; Portland. . rental- help
wanted. : . ,
SECOND AND COLUMBIA
''.luL Telephong Main 398. ... ...
land Railway, Light ft Power company,
who received a severe electrlo shock
yesterday and almost lost hi eyesight,
is reported by Dr. Hicks C. Fenton to
be slowly recovering from the accident,
. Rev. W. R. Warren, of Pittsburg. Na
tional, Campaign Secretary for Centen
nial Convention Disciple of Christ,
1001, . at First Christian church. Park
'and Columbia,- morning service. Rev.
W. T. Groom, of Butte, evening service.
Rev. John W. Bradshaw, D. pastor
of the First Congregational church of
Oberlin, Ohio, will preach at the First
Congregational church Sunday morning
and evenings . .
Just received a car of J. Hungerfords
Smith's soda fountain requisites, con
sisting of "True Fruit" syrups and
crushed fruit, by Pacif to Coast Biscuit
" Steamer Jess Harklns. for Camas,
Weshougsl and way landlnga, dally ex
eept Sunday laoavaa Washington street
dock p. m. . , - , . rf
Navajo Indian blankafs. Ill Sixth at
. Alaaka Indian baakets. Ill Sixth St.
Eastman kodaks. Ill Sixth street. .
F. . F. Cassed ay, l eye.
throat, removed, to 617 Dekum. 'Hours
f to 10, :io to l. Tel. Main ISI...,
Gfllden OMln'oranulea.- that Is all.
O. W, Plckson, grocer, 1101 Belmont
street. t - .
Woman's 'Cxohange, ltl Tenth street,
lunch 11:10 to t; business men's lunch.
Acme Oil Co. sells the best safety coal
oil and fine gasoline. Phone Eaat 710.
Hill nninn ii.ii nr joaa I or um-
Ited time. Main 20 "T .v. -
" DrrWethsrb so returned., tit Marquem.
D. Ch am bars, optician,-lit Sevsnth. .
;. Berger signs 114 Tamblll pbon.
' Bark Tonle for rheumatism, "' ;
Beck Jewelar 10 Alder. ' .
0cnlo photos Imparl! hotit
Out of the Ordinary.
3: W. Brown, manager of. the Brown
Transfer company, doing general trans
fer business In Portland, was burned out
at 1:10 a-.m. Thursday, and lost eight
hesd of horses rn the fire, which were
Insured In the National Live Stock Tn
suranee association ef thla city. - Notlee
of loas was filed at one and proof of
same was placed on record and loas was
paid On Friday, within 24 hour after
Thla la the Twllr-v tt tha eamnanv tn
fall . its 1 transactions snd tb motto of
'honesty and oromotnese" la strictly
camea out. wo loas yet reported
what has been promptly said and
policyholders are verv much surnrlsed
at their unusual quick and satisfactory
method, ef doing, business.. The- affairs
Of the National Live Btook Insurance
association are carried out en strlotly
ousinaaa - principles, pure ana simple.
snd no one who haa a horse or valuable
animal can do better than Insure him In
HeaTy Travel to Seaside and
. - Clatsop Beach.
Hundreds of people are taking advan
tage of th excellent train servlos th
Astoria, A Columbia River railroad are
riving between Portland ' and Seaside.
Two through trains lar dally from
union depot a. m. and t p., m., arriv
ing at Seaside 11:40 p. m. and 10:30 p..
m. In addition to thla service the "Sea
side Flyr." the crack train out of Port
land, leaves Saturdays only) 1:10 p. m.
arriving Seaside 0 (0 p. m. Informa
tion and tickets j-an be had hv iellin
at Northern PaoQlo ticket office. Third
and Morrison streets, v .
Potter Schedule for Beach
. Next Week.
The sailing schedule of the Steamer
Potter next -week from "Portland. Ash
strtet dock. Is as follow! Monday, t
a. m.; Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
day, a. ra.; Saturday, 1 p. m. Get
tickets-end make raaarvatlona - at -city
ticket office. Third' and Waahlnston
street, C W." Stinger, city ticket agent.
New Train Service. "
The Canadian Pacific's new ((-hour
service, Portland to St. Paul, Is faster
than the fastest Electric llchted trains.
electric vtntllatora. Library, buffet,
compartmeat, observation cars. Tha
most up-to-oat train in tn west.
'V; Water Coolers '
Keeping the Ice from comlnr In eon.
tact with the water, hence sanitary and
economical, r-nons or call up ice De-
1 1 aa nnaanAMa, v
' : W tT Ton Money
On trunks. We 'manufacture travelers
needs. Peerless Trunk Co., 4t Third st
' Fref erred Moek Oanaeo) OoodS
Allen Lewis' Beat Brand. '
to protect yourself against the
.ioorpaa, nignwayman ana ourg-
With your money in absolute
saiety in the bank, your check
book renders the entire' amount
available whenever you want to
'' use it. :;; r r!'7
' When crooks know (and they
have means of finding out how
you pay your bills by check and
money, they will not waste their
me lnnuence 01 me oanx.
E. JC Smith.
il a. m
and I n. m.i Sunday school, 10
m.i B. x. p. U. 7 p. ra-
Third Vancouver avenue And Knott
streets. Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:40
p. in. by Rev. C. H. uavia, ox imuaa,
Dr.; Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Highland Alberta and Sixth streets.
Bunrt-v u-hool. 10 a. m.: aervloes at
11 a. m. and 7:4 p. m. by A. U John
in lahii R.ntllm. ' . k
Sell wood Tacoma and . Eleventh
streets; Rev George A. Tearn. Servloea,
11 a. m. and p. m i Sunday school. 10
a ai Q V D 1 T a 1 k . m. '
. r'lvrv Z. East Elaultt and Oraat
streets. Services. 11 a, m. and 7:09 p.
m.; preaching by Rev. H. B, Bloody Sun
day school, 10 a. in. i . A A
Immanuel Second and Meade streets.
Services at 11 a. m. ana : p
preaching by Rev. A. B, Winkler; toplca,
"Love to God'i "Just a Utile'; Sun
day school, 10 a. m. - .4--n-iuMn.iiiiiif
Ha. Oilman Par
ksr. Servlae at 11 a. pa. and t.0
p. m.l topics, "The Good Shepherd ;
I'B.nnrt Vrnm the finokana Convention".
Central East Twentieth, and Ankeny
streets; Rev. w. t. joraan.-
10:0 a. m. and 0 P. m.; Rev. John K.
Strattoni preach fn morning. Sunday
... 1 A .v i a n vl. T n. m.
Vl'! - -, a. . a a-- . .
TInlvaraitv Park RV. .A. B. Walts.
Sunday school at 10 a. jn. servioea, .11
a a. an H a, m , .
Urat Th "Whit Te4npl.TWelftli
and Tavlor streets: ' Rev. J. WhitcomO
Brougher.-D. D. Bervices- 10:10 a. m.
ana. :46 p. m.; morning, "Th. Congo
t-initla." bv Rev.' H. 8. Johnaon, of
Buston; evening, "Mlamated, or an Un-
.ka...na.a Uarrlin1' bV the DaStOr
Bible scbooh 11:10 p. m.; young peoples
meeting, :iu. - ,.: Ja..
- Bunnysids German) 'OTtr-nrut
street and Mawtnorne avenue; .
Feldmeth. Preaching. 11 a. ta.; Sunday
. l 1 u.-K a m .
St. Johns (German) Rev. C. Feld
meth. Praching p. m. Sunday school
Second Seventh and m East Ankeny
streets; Rev. Henry B. Hudson. Berv
ices at 10:10 a. m. and 7.4 p. m.; "Tha
Great Healer"! "Echoes of Spokane Con
wan. inn V 1
Savler-Street Between Twenty-flrst
snd Twenty-second streets. Services
10 a, m.; Sunday school, 0 tn.
St.. Johns E. A. JUeonard. Services.
11 a., m.. and 70 p.m-j .Jh.
Chinese Mission I1H -Gak.-tret.
Sunday school. 7 p..m.; preaching In
Chinese, p. m. . .,
First Oermen Foorth and Mill
Streets; Rev. J. KratC Services, 11 s.
m. aadTi0 p. m.i Sunday school. 1.4
Second German Morris street snd
Rodnev avenue: Rev. F. Bueerroann.
fiarvloea. 11 a m. and 7:10 P. m.1 BUD
naw ..hnnl S'iK a n
' itasi lonr-munB yr"v.
Cornelst-Main. " '-ZrST
Services, 11 a. n.(. Sunday scnooi, as
Lenta Ninth avenue, at nome of WU
Ham Kneeland. Bervices at -:t-av-aa
by Rev. K, A. Smith. -. ' -
Rev. B. B. B. Johnson. Services at 11
a. m. snd 8 p. m. ... .
wadiah Hovt and Fifteenth; Rev.
v.i.1. uh.r.rmm Clarvlcea 10:40
m. and 7:46 a. m.i Bunday school. 11 m.;
r v D IT f 1 A -, m
Unloa. Avenue Mission (Swedish)
Corner Skiamor. eunaaj evuuui. v
" ' . '' 'li'- '
mnt Twelfth and - Alder : streets
Rev. William Hiram Foulkes. " Services
.i ta-an m. and f:4t d. m.l topics.
"Am I My Brother's Keeper"! "Broken
Cisterns and the Ltving Fountain"; (:0
Y. P. B. C E. rally. . . , '
Mlspah East Thirteenth andTPoweTl
streets; Rev. Jerome R. McGlade, IX. JX
Services at 10:(0 a. ra. and P. m.
Calvary Eleventh and Clay streets;
Rev- Bcn-Esra StUea Ely Jr.. U. U.
Services at 10:10 a. ra. -and 17:40 p. m.1
nhiacta. "The Patient Christ," and
T-h-i.t'a Word Racked by His Deed'
music by quartet under direction Mrs.
May Dearborn Schwab.
Fourth First and Glbbs streets; Rev.
John- R-Welolfc services in : v
and 7:4( p. m.: Sunday school, 11 m.;
Y, P. 8. C E., 0:10 p. m. -
Hawthorne Park Twelfth and East
p,.ia. ainwii' Rev. EL Nelaon Allen.
Services. 10:10 a. m. and I p. m.; Sunday
school. IS m.: T. P. h. v. m.. i p. m.
rr.-Kj. sell wood street and Uanten-
bein avenue; Rev. Harry H. Pratt. Serv
ices at 11 a. m. and 7:10 p. m.; Sunday
school. 10 a. m. '
Piedmont Cleveland avenue and ar
fett street: Rev. L. Myron Booier. Serv
ices at 11 a. ra. ana p. m.; .cunaay
a.k-,1 141K r. m.
Westminster East Tenth and Weld-
ler streets; ev. nmry oi.rcum.
Services at 10:10 a, m. and 7:40 p. m.;
Sunday school, 11 m-
Fulton Rev. A. H. Burkholder. Sun
day school at 11 a. m.; Christian En
deavor, 7 p. m.; service 7:4S p. m.
Marahall-Street Marshall and North
Seventeenth streets; Rev. C- W. Hays.
Bunday school, 10 a. m.i preaching st
11 a, m.: no evening service during July
and August; Y. P. a. c k., .4 p. m.
Mount 'laoor ownvoi , u
Prettyman avenue; Rev. B-awara m.
Sharp, pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and.
I p. m. ; Bunaij khwi w
Bell wood Corner East Seventeenth
and Spokane avenue. Bervices st 11 a.
m. and 8 p. m.; Sunday school. 10 a. m.:
morning sermon by Rev. 8. A. Starr;
Christian Endeavor, 7. P. m.; evening
sermon by Rev. A. J. Montgomery of
Third East Thirteen th-mnd Ptno
Streets: Rev. Andrew J. Montgomery,
pastor. Services at 10:80 a. m. and 7:46
Vernon-East Twentieth and Wygant
streets. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:10
p. ra. by Rev. O. A. Blair; Sunday
achoot, 11m. .' - , -4
Montavllla Rev. J. A. R McOaw.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:(0 p. m.
Millard Avenue Sunday school. 1 a.
m.1 services, 11 a. m. ana. 8 p. m. .
. . .. -grtioaiat,
Taylor-Street Dr. Francis v Burgett
Short; Rv. JC M. Hill, acting paator.
Classes, 0:(0 a. m.: services. 10:10 a. m.
and 7:48 p. m-j topics, "The Breath of
God"; "The . Young Woman With a
Past.' EpwoVth League 0:10 p. m.
Sunnyatde Eaat Yamhill street,, be
tween Est Thirty-fifth and Thirty
sixth streets; T. B. Ford. Services 10
s. m. nd7:lf p. m. Sunday school
llSt; Johne F. 1 Toung. Services 11
a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school, 10
Ep'worth Irving -snd Twenty-third:
E. H. Bryant. Services st 11 1. m, snd
7:10 p. m, ..,.. .
Centenary Ninth snd Pine. V. H.
Heppe. Services 11 s. m. snd ":30 p. vn.
Trinity Corner of Eaat Tenth and
Grant: Lewis - F. Smith. Services at
U a. m. and 7:10 p. m. Sunday aohool.
Central Russell snd Kerby streets; J.
T. Abbett, . Services at 11 a. m. and 7:80
P" Clilneee Mission Chan Sing Kal.
Services 1 1 .a m. and 7:(0 p. ra. -Mount
Tabor Jamee Moore. Bsrvlce
til, m an. I 7:10 D. m.
Patton Micnigan avenue ana varpen-
ter. H. T. Wire. tervicea at 11
and 7:10 p. m. .
. Vancouver Avenue Services at
m. and 7:80 p. m.
Woodlawn Rev. 8. H. Dwsr.
vices st 11 a. m. and 7:10 p. m..
Woodstock Jtsv. w.i. iverr.
Vices st 11 s. m. snd 7:80 p. m,
Davis; C J. Larsen. Services at 11
m. snd 7t30 p. m.
Bwe!lsh--HorthwicR ana nescn: itev.
Johnson. Services 11 a. m. and 7:10
First German Fifteenth and Ifoyt. O.
A. Waaan. Services at 11 a. m. and
7:80 p. m.
Second German Stanton and Rodnev.
H. H. Maaa. Servioea at 11 a. m, and
1:80 p. m. .
Japanese Mission 111 North Fif
teenth. Servicee at 11 a. m. and 17:10
p m. -
University Park Rev D. A. Waiters.
Services at 11 a m. and 7:80 p. m.
Grace Corner' Twelfth and Taylor
streets; Rev. Clarence True Wilson, D.
D., minister, will preach at 10:80;
morning topic. "Th Relation of th
Spiritual Llf to a Correct Creed": Ep
worth League, 7:4. followed by sermon
on "Fool Catchers-snd the Paraaltes
That Prey on the Ufa of Portland";
Sunday school, 13:18. J'
i i . ' -
; Pro-Cathedral of St Btephen the Mar
t7rnT?lrlrttt n Clay atreeta; Rev.
It M. Ramsay. .Communion, 7:80 a. nv;
services 11 a. m: and 7;10 p. m.; Sunday
school. I:4( a. tn.
Trinity ISlneteenth and Everett
streets; Dr. A. A. Morrison. . Services.
8 m., U L rn. and lp.m.
flt David's East Twlfth-nir"Bet-mont
streets: Rev. Oeorg B. Van Wat
rs, D. D. Communion, 8 a. ra.; morn
ing prayer and sermon, 11 o'clock Sun
day school, 0:48 a. m.i evening prayer
and aermon, 8 o'clock.
All Saints Twen t--oond and Reed
streeta Bunday achooL 10 a. m.l even
ing service, 8 o'clock.
St. Andre we University Park; "Rev.
W, R. Powell. Servicee and communion,
1 1 a. m.; Sunday school, 10 a. m.
-'Good Shepherd bellood .street snd
Vancouver avenue. AlQlnav Rev. John
Dawson. Services, 8 p. m. ; Sunday
school, 8:48 a. m.; morning prayer and
litany, 11 a. m. ,
c fauia woodmere; C U. raraer,
lay reader. Services at 11 a. m.1 Sunday
school, 0:48 a ra.
St. Mstthew's First and Caruthers
streets; Rev. W, A. M. Brack. Com
munion, 7:(0 a. m. servioe and sermdn,
11 a. m. ;
The Church of Our Savior Wood
stock. Services, 11 a. nu; -Sunday
school 10 a. m.
Bt. Mark's Corner ef Nineteenth and
Qulmby streets; Rev. J. B. H. Simpson.
Communion, f a. m. and 11 a. n.; even
song, 8 p. m, ' . j
St. John's Memorial Sell wood: Rev.
W. R. Powell. Servicee and sermon.
11 a. tn.; Sunday school 0 a. ra. ...
- OoBgngattaoal. ' ' ''.. - -
University ParkIt 18 Haven avenue;
Rev. D. B. Gray; aer vices at 8 a., m.,
topic, "What la It to Be a Christian
Without Belonging to a ChurchT" Bun
day school. 10 a. m.; Y. P. & C E., 7
Laurelwood Rev, D. B. Gray. Serv
ices 11 L m., topic "Essential Elementa
of Christian Life; Sunday school, 10 a.
m Miss W. In galls, superintendent;
Y. P. S. C. E 8 p. m.
Mississippi Avenue Mississippi ave
nue and Fremont street; Rev. William
L. Upshaw. . Services 11 a. m. and 8
p. m., topics, "A Btone of Stumbling"
and "The Problem of Self -Mastery1':
Sunday school at 10 a, m.; Christian
Bunnyelde Corner of East Taylor and
East Thirty-fourth street; Rev. J.. J, I
eiauD, services at 11 a. m. ana s p. ra.
topics, "Reallrlng" God's Purpose'1 and
"The Pivots of Success and Failure";
Sunday school at 10 a. m.; Senior Chris
tian Endeavor, 1p.m. J
Hasaalo Street East Seventh and
Haaaalo; Rev. Paul Rader. Bervices
10:80 a. m. and 7:48 p. m.; Sunday
school, II m., Christian Endeavor, 8:48
First Madison snd Park. ' Services
10:80 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Rev. John
W. Bradshaw will preach morning and
evening; Sunday school. 11:18 p. m-i
I evenlnr: B
T. Pr S rCT E
. P. Src E.i (:4t o. mi?
HlKhland East Sixth street north and
Prescott; Rev. E. S. Bollinger Serv
ice At It A m. and 7:45 p. m., lopica.
est-1n-lielng,Ood."JrThe Cost of
Square Living"; Bunday aehool, 10" a.
m. ; Y. 8. C B . 0:46. p. m.
.. St Johns Rev. G. W. Nelson. Serv
ices. 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.; Sunday
scnooi, i a. m.
- Swedish. Immanuel Nineteenth and
Irving streets. Bervices, 11 a. m. and 8
p. m.; Sunday school, 0:48 a. m. -
Norwegian Synod East Tenth - and
Grant streets; Rev. O. Hagoes. Sunday
aohool, 8:80; services at 11 a. in. and 8
p. m '.
Betanta Danish Union avenue and
Morris street; Rev. Gudmund Grill.
Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. .
Bt James' English West Park and
Jefferson streets; J.-Allen Leas. Serv
tees 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
St Johns Peninsula avenue and KI1
pa trick street; C Buechen. Services at
10:48 a. m., German; 7:80 P- m-. Eng
lish ; Sunday school, 8:10 a. m.
. Norwegian 46 -North Fourteenth
streetr Rev. J. M. Nerving. Services at 11
a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; Sunday school. 8:46
st Paul's German East xweirtn ana
Hawthorne a venue i Rev. A. Kraai
Services at 10:80 a. m. and 1 D. m.
Trinity German (Missouri Synod)
Corner Williams avenue and sejiwood
street; J. A. Rlmbsch. Services at 10
m.: Bundav scnooi. s:is a. m.
Zlon's German (Missouri Synod)
Chapman ana salmon streets; w. h.
Kenrens. eervices at iv:ie a. m.; sun
day school 8:16 f. m. r
Central East Twentieth and East
Salmon streets; " Rev. J. F. Ghormley.
Services. 10:46 a. m. and p. m.
Rodney-Avenue ttooney avenue ana
Knott street; Rev. F. Elmo Robinson.
nervines at io:4s at. m.. sermon ov
George B. Ranshaw of Cincinnati, and
8 p. m.. sermon by W. R. Warren.
Mount Soott Services tn hall at Kern
Park, 11 a. m. and 6 p. m.; Bunday
school. 10 a. ra.
Woodlawn services at 11 a. ra. ana 8
p. m.; Sunday school, 10 a. m.
First Corner Park and Columbia
streets; Rev. B. 8. Muckley. Service.
10:80 a. ra.; Christian icnaeavor, :46
Aavent oecorra srreet, oeiween nail
and Lincoln. Servicee at 11:30 a. m.
and 7 p. ro.; Sunday school, 10:80 a. m.
' Vnltsd BranreUoaL
First Corner East Tenth and Sher
man atreeta. Rev. A. A. Winter.. 10 a
m.. Bundav echool: servioea lla.. m,
Sermon by Rev. A. F. Blttner; union
services Hawthorne park, 6:30 p. ra.
Second Fargo and Kerby - streets
Rev. B. S. Hughes, pastor. Sunday
school in a. m.: services li a. m. ana
8 p. m.
a. Tnh.'aTniitiA. enjl T.ki,
Ravi Chester Psul Gates. . Preaching if
a. m. and 8 p. m. by ksv. m. j. Balian
tine; Sunday achool, 10 am. - - - -
ockiev oreen uav street ana Wll
ismette boulevard; Rev. J. Boweraox,
naator. Services. 11 a. m. and 7:46 D.
m.t toplca, "Spiritual Reviewing' and
Individual service . Bunaay scnooi at
10 a. m.; x. y. s. c :4. p. m.
First Enrllsh East Sixth and Mar
ket streets; a. A. Hlewert pastor. Serv
tees, 11 a. m.; Sunday school, 10 a. m.
First Germancorner Tentn ana Clay
streets; Theodore Schauer, pastor; ser.
mon at 10:46 a. m. and 7:46 p. m. Bun
dav school 8:30 a. m.
' Memorial East Eighteenth and Tlb
betta; L. C 'Hoover, pastor. Preaching
at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.; Sunday school
10 a. m.
Rev. John Slater of San Francisco
will hold spiritual services Sunday even
ing at 1:16 sharp, W. O. W. hall. Elev
enth, between Alder and Washington,
under the auspices of the Mtnlstsrsrsnd
THE WHITE TEMPLE
Twelfth aad Taylor Streets.
stj-tdat .oat a. it
Herbert Spencer Johnson
" ' on ' -y-'-r
"The Congo Atrocities"
roFtriaAs siBnoB Trts r. at
Will Speak on
"Mis-Mated or An
" Unfortunate Marriage"
. .S.NG3 A ROTH SERVICES.
" BAPTISM AT NIGHT.
Mediums' Protective Spiritual associa
tion, ifi-ery one welcome.
First Bplrltuallst Boclety Artisans'
hall. Ablngton building. Services. 11
a. m. and 7:46 p. m.; topics, "Trifles"
snd "MedlumshTp," Rev. Wilson A.
CRkrlsttaa Solano. ;
First Church of Christ Scientist
Soottlsh Rita cathedral. Morrison and
Lownsdale atreeta. Bervices at 11 a. m.
Bubject, VBacrament"; Sunday school at
close of morning service.
Second Elks' temple. Stark, between
Sixth snd Seventh streets. Services at
11 a. vn. and 8 p. m.; subject "Sacra
ment"; Sunday school at 11 a. m.
' . Vnltsd Brethren la Christ. '
First East Fifteenth and Morrison
streets: Rev. H. C Shaffer. Servloes
at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; Bunday
school at 10 a. m, . -. .
' Radical Sixth and Mechanic atreeta;
Rn. C p. Blanchara. Bervices. 11
m. and 7:80 p.. m.; Sunday school, 10
. VaUa rtnif-irwi
Church or tns Btrangers n-ro
stree. and Grand avenue; Rsv. S. Earl
DuBdls. Services at 11:46 a. m. snd
1 8:00 p. m. Services for mutes svery
Bundav morning. Bunaay scnooi. is ra.
s-ir.l Biith and Montaomery streets;
Rev. A. W. Wilson. Bervices at 10:80 a.
m. and 7:46 p. m.; Sunday school 11 m.
Church of Our Fatbeii Corner of
Tamhlll and Seventh streets; Rev. W.
O. Eliot Jr.; Rev, T. L. Bitot IV
minister, emeritus. Services at 11 a, m.
Adult clash at 11:80 p. jn. V .
Church of ths Good Tidings Eaaf
Couch snd East Eighth streets; Rev.
J. D.' Corby. . Sermon at 10:46 a. m,
Toplo, "The Rights of Parents: Shall We
Cast our Aged Forth as Pnbllo Charges
or KllThemrSundajr scnooi at 13 m.
' Bsformsd. , -First
1 German Tenth and Stark
streets; G. Hafner. Services at 10:45
a. m. and I p. m. ..
SC. S. Church South.
171 H Second street; Rev. B. F.Mowr.
Servloes at 11 a, m. and 8. p. m. Even
ing topic, "The Fourth Command"; Sun
day school. 10 a. m; Epworth League,
7. p. m. , ,.
-. .: Htseellasoima. ' -- -
Th Christian " and Missionary alli
anceSixth and Main streets; Kv C
D.- EawleUe. -ftarvloes at -10:80 a. m.
Bunday school st 18:16 p. ra.
Universal New Thought Assembly
A. O. U. W. ball, Washington, between
Tenth and West Park atreeta, Lectures
at 11 a. m. and 6 p. m. Toplca, "Ths
Powsr and Meaning of Ceremonies";
"Are There . Other Worlds, With ths
Sams System of Living"?
Latter-Day Saints Holds service
very Sunday in Allsky hall, corner
Third and Morrison streets at 11:80 a.
rn, and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 10
Penlel Mission Evangelist E. A. Ross
of Los Angeles will speak at 160 First
street Sunday evening at t o'clock.
Church of the Naxarene; A. O. Hn-
rloks. Services U a m. and 7:80 p. m.
eunaay acnooi iu a.
, jp.; holiness aieet-
lng i p. m
Ollve Branch' Mission 888 First
treat? services averv nlaht at 1 e'alor.k:
-Sunday school at 1:10; followed by reg
ular svmces at a' p. u- a. vieua, aup-
. Mtllenlal pawn O. A." R. hall, north
eaat corner Second and Morrison streets.
Servloae at 3:80 p. m. W. A. Baker will
speak on "Time and Beaeons."
Bwedenborglan Portland New Church
society. Alder street near. Elevenths 1
a. m-i Rev. Hiram Vrooman,
-r- " ''
LUTE PEASE WILL - ,
EDIT PACIFIC MONTHLY
Well Known Oregon Jonrnalist Sao
' , coeds to Poaltloa Vacated by
John F1emtn( Wilson.
Lut Peas, well known to Portland
and Oregon people as a newspaper and
magaslne writer and artist, has been
appointed editor of Pacific Monthly, to
succeed John Fleming Wilson, who hss
been compelled to resign active connec
tion with the publication on account ef
shattered health. ...
Mr. Pease, the new editor Is perhsps
one of the best known writers of the
state. For a long time connected with
the art and reportorlal staff of ' ths
Oregonlan and Telegram he-won recog
nition by his clever writing and .clever
f tctures. He first cams Into notice
hrough his "Tales of the Town," bright
stories picked up from the highways
and by-ways of ths city and illustrated
by his own pen snd Ink sketches.
For some little time Mr. Pease has
been connected with Paolflo Monthly as
an associate editor and his stories of
Alaaka life written from personal ex
perience, embellished with reproductions
of Mr. Pease s work in on, nave added
to hla fame. He will assume charge at
Irrlngtoa District Desired Sightllest
Streets in Portland Petltiong
to Filed Next Week.
Promising that Irvlngton district
would contain the sightllest streets tn
Portland after thay had ' laid asphalt
t Phone Main 8)
TOVXOXT and Kaitlnee fctarday,
MISS NANCE O'NEIL
. .. In the clssslo play
Bve. $1, 75a, too, 85c Kat. TBo, BOe, tSe,
a eat wen -xne vires or joaa."
SATTTmPAT I BTBHTO -,
-ynyr mtixiov , -aoo9
XTtao cooz. unai
, QXV8T11TBO soiras,
MIS TXXXA B08W.
Tandevllle de tin,
- Week ef July , 07.
' OklBLtt OlATIA
"The Mysteries ef the Tft,
"A Chapter from the BaperaavaraL"
JoseDh J. and Mvra tavla iMwIlns-.
Oavln, Piatt and Peaches The, Pour
Shannons Jos Thompson lOLbf Cen
tury Motion Pictures.
L. - .
Phones Main 4888
Th Beoivanlsed r Stoek Oo-j
" MattnaeaTueadays, Thnradays, Sstur
days and Sundays at 1:89; price 19 and
Every evening at 1:11; price 18, 19
and 80 cents
"A Contmrvatlw Cttttodlan'
4 Per Cent
For the convenience of
Its customers on Satur
day evenings from 6 to 8
llf Second St
' .Corner Washington ;
pavement, property owners there, headed
by EUIa G. Hughes-, yesterday succeeded
In getting the street oommlttee of coun
cil to rescind alt former paving permits.
For months a fight has existed la that
district -as to Whether blthulitlo or as
phalt' should, be Used and each- succeed
Uig oommlttee heard the matter threshed
out between Mr. Hughes and A. M.
Shannon, agent of. the Western Con
struction . company. . which lays the
blthulitlo pavement. Uniformity was
one of the arguments made by the
Hughes contingent, the other being the
Eetltion of the people for asphalt air.
hannon maintained that the petition
for blthulitlo pavement contained the
names of over two-thirds of ths prop
erty owners in the district Under.-new
charter provisions each one of the
atreets must be taken up separately in
the district and petitions filed for as
phalt pavement before the meeting of
council next - Wednesday aiternootu-r.
WHAT 0ECHAED HAS
COST TWO COUNTIES
(Special Dispatch ts The Jeamal.) .
Boise, Ids-, July 18. The county com
missioners of Canyon and Ada counties
have lust held a Joint session here and
audited the bills that have been Incurred
up to date In the Haywood trial, since It
opened on May 8. The bllla aggregate
over 817,000. .
yf noalekera 11 fW MVl all -
tl . T-Weloosae.-Mil. XJJLUK
Whan wear tboofhtg turn to recreation and outdoor , cntertalnmant,
you think ef THX OAKS
FREE ALL NEXT WEEK ;
Don Carlos and His Dog Circus Cleverest Chap in th Business that
has com over. i
DOUBLE CONCERT BILL SUNDAY .
Schilzonyi's Hcnsarian Hussars. Forty Masters of Melody
m EOONew-Hoeeate ' Spoon
bills, baby leopards, peccaries,
. Iguanaa, contortionists, snak
. 'farm.. ' , -
tickets enOUe them to
, free admission.' - Chute gat
open I vs. ' ; ,-
MUM JUJi at Continuous mu
slo, new skates, plenty of freeh
air off the Willamette. Begin
- ners. in - morning hours. Com
Wandf Occult Expert,
BUO CTUUraXT A TXTJI OAXS. ' :' .'...t
Wew Tears la Sal Cari Coaster Whlsa Trtps Snooting th Cfeate
y Whirls on the Whirl) lVoop-loop-ljoop em Tlrnxe Blgh, - -
Fourteen minute to Oak on doubl track and th down-town loop.
Skipper Larson's Flyer carries 110 people and every seat la an obser
vation seat ..;..
-Monday-and Tuesday on
LEATDER SUIT CASES
in 22, 24, 26 inch, at
Thg best value on the market. U youvarc In need
of a Suit Case for your vacation trip you cannot ,
afford to overlook our stock. We carry the largest
stock of Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases in the city".
at the Royal
Ypu can get an ideal sum
mer breakfast of homemade
produfcts, fresh fruit, rich
cream, etc., at most reason
able (prices. ,
All day and evening dainty and iubsta
arc served. Our ice cream it
Royal Bakery and C
TO UM XUa AT
- The tickets can' be secured from the
Grocers' secretary, C. B. Merrtrk, third
floor, Allsky building, corner Third and
MorrlJon streets. Get your ticket In
time. Don't delay. .
' ajti orn
In th Northwest can tell yon alt about
The pure, rich, nutritious oereal health
100 Per Cent Pure
If you buy A package of Oolden Grain,
Granules and If you are not perfectly
satlsded with It after yon have used
half of the package, send me you name
and address and the name of your
grocer and I shall refund you your
money. Do not make It too strong; use
plenty bf water. Our cereal coffee Is
pur aad stronger.
- . . JOHN BLAAtTW.
IS Front St. Portland, Or. '
ever you buy Schilling s
Best, your grocer returns
your money if you clpn't
like it ; . ' : '
Toer grocer reveres veer -aceey I
Ska Schilliaa's Best: we ear hla
I re deal
' BOWinrO AXXSTS Healthful
and pleasant exercise, popular
with all, and you get a prise.
oar tovb scxaxs a vats
Refined surroundings and ser
vice. Ail that can be desired.
. Chicken dinner, 18 eents.
tn ww mm m w mw1" Miovn ui
Chines Plrai, lluMum of I
T)lnAi1r XXTm. pa tria w4mm fVAM
tmmrwj vvvw- wee stw a a - y atvus
m xoTTtni or hbtb-fw
those who never laughed before
and those " who always laugh,
laugh the more.
Sh Knows.- Atk Her,
oaxat OPsan saxjb tic
Portland Trunk Hnfg. Co
I8uuiafattuea-i of BOgk QaaUty Baggage
' Two Stores "