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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORN. AUGUST 11, Kl?.
PALLID SPEGTERi CAUSES
WON HIGHEST HONOKS
v ' . AT MEDICAL COLLEGE
' n. k v Vemlro. aon of Mr. and Mm.
F. Namird of 18 1 Sheridan atreot. baa
, !! Bobs Them of Bedclothes and Causes House to ""
' ; : Eustle .With Unearthly Sounds and Sighs.' , J : "
A gboat that not only walk "but mm;
a ghoat that pulls bed clothing om
sleeping pereona; a ghoetly ghoat aht
In tho city of Portland la earning no end
of troubl for peaceful, sleep-loving oc
cupants of. a modest two-story bottag
out on tho aet aide, coupled by Mm,
James Oatrander, her two J"Ue boys
: and a roomer.' . r:.i :'k "; . -' ' ; '-" '" "
I7nllko tho tractor , that drov poor
frightened Jehabod Cran from hie woo
Ins of tho buxom little Dutch maiden
along tho Tappan Zee. thla ghoat leavee
no traeee of a broken pumpkin lying by
tho roadside, but cornea back again and
again t6 haunt tho bouao. -
In thOory darkaat hours of tho
ntaht. when tho atara and tho moon Ua
"ISS.n b.hlnd a bank of Meet Oenll,
Ilka cloud, and whllo tho wind moane
through tho fir branch.a, tho ghoat
starts upon Ita raaumptlon of oarthly
promenade. Dark, fearaom ahadowa
furk vrywher about tho roomo In
which tha spirit atalke Ita rounds, aava
In tha vary apaoo occuplad by tha epeo
tr. whoro on. can aao tho form and
' t set res of a woman. .
Bbo com soruv ana pimnaa pbiu
tha boda. whara aha gases mildly down
upon tha frightened oocupaota. Than,
,-lth a awlrl and 4- mah aha teare
through tha house to tho window In an
empty room at tho roar of tho second
floor whoro aho allpa through tho glaao
and leapa across tho roof to fly away
upon tho air.
. supot Korea Quota, .
presently aho returns, but aosoftly
that nona can haar bar until aha la onea
rnoro at the front of tho house. Than
again aha ruahca acroaa tha floor and
makea her exit through tha cloaod win
dow. Her f ootsteps ara audible to per
Bona downatalra. and on one occasion
at least tha harrowed spirit has been
known to go downatalra and remove the
bed eovering from tha forma of two
little Bleeping boys. .
Qenerally. thla feminfn fbot who
ha tho had of Hamlet' father beaten
' a mile for peraeveranco In -.repeating
ene-nlght atanda, and who, makea Ban
nuo'B ahade a mare trlfler In tho art or
appearing in in. a.na dl uiv r h
to grab a garment from a closet-"- dim.
darksome ctoaet ui uwbjp
the peraona residing In the house hear
the garment fall to the floor with a
wiah and a thud aa If something bard
were In one of the pockets. A aearoh
In the cloaet falla to find anything out
of place or a garment fallen to ttne
After tha garment falla to the floor,
the femaleV apect.r of aome departed
human rl.ea through tho houae In terror
a a If Booking to eacape an Impending
yaJUA Xa Asa It.
wA .nMv iiu mr h.n heard from
tho atraylng aoul that flnda no reat In
the departed We. Bha performa with
t out uatn tho female prerogative and
to no one baa aha aver 101a ner uua.
Bhe haa addreaaod no one, mo far aa can
be learned, no one haa aver epoken to
her. Frlgbt uaually f UU the mlnde pf
thoae who boo tho ghoat In her nightly
Who haa soon and heard tho apecter
a aha prowla about tha haunted houae T
ilany peraona-- jars. viuuuw
awakened from her Bleep about mid
night, Friday night, by the rushing of
the apecter overhead. , Bh arose and
lighted a lamp , and , Ilatened to; the
tramplnga above her until . after two
n-Hor.ir vesterdav morning, swhen " tha
, aplrt tired from her, exertion, left the
PrM? Donnelly, who rooma with Mre. Ob
trander. haa not only heard tho apecter.
but aha haa vlalted him In tha dead of
the night Standing baalda the frlghU
..' i . ' T ' ' ' " ' ' 4
enad man'a bed. the lady' aplrlt turned
her mild gas. upon hla atartled coun
tenance and then ' aoftly and quickly
withdraw ber ahoatlv form la atart un-
n Jier rush to escape at tha and of tlie
uouae. i ,' '
One night while Bleeping peacefully
In their bed downatalra, the young Bona
of Mrs. Oatrander ware atartled from
their alenp by soma one pulling back
their bed clothing. - Looking up they
taw tho aneoter In the verv axt of re
moving the . clothing. Thinking their
roomer waa commuting xno aci, iney
npuxa 10 ner, ' wuereai me epirn jiivu
precipitately out of their Bignt.
. Woman Za SkaptloaJ. :
Mr. Oatrander haa lived la tha houae
but three montha and refuses to believe
that the houae la haunted. h doe not
beiieva tn ghoata, but admit thai she
haa heard the one that makea her home
ita a bod a Mr. ana Mr, mranx Bonne
ville formerly lived in the houae and both
admit they heard atrange nolaes while
residing there. Mra Bonneville heard the
apecter on aererai occasion wuu. an.
McK.ee who lived with the Bonne
villea also aaya ah heard the apecter.
Mr. Bonneville also beard the atrange
aound. - , - . .
One family, whoa names could not
be learned, lived Jn the house but a
ahort time, and suddenly moved away
on Sunday.. They did not wait to re
move their- oarpeta, but pulled them
from the floor, tacks and all, and de
parted in haste. it la believed they
were frightened away by tha ghoat.
Juet who her ghoatshlp la no one
knowa. Whan aha first appeared la the
houae no one knowa She la there and
makea her appearanoe eeveral times a
week. When she enters the house, sba
holds full sway. When aba leavea. a
trembling, frightened group remains be
hind. Tbey aay aha Is a ghost. They
also aay aha come often and ataye lata
What her object 1 they have not been
able to fathom, but hint that In the paat
aome woman may have been murdered
In tha houae and her aplrlt haa come
back to haunt tha spot where her aoul
waa rudely snatched away from Us tor
restlal cloak, , ' - .
. They ask. these peraona who have
seen tho specter, whether aome Hamlet
wlU appear to avenge tho murder of the
puor, frail woman whose astral shape
vlalte what Is believed to have been her
former earthly residence. v 1
. , Beeldenta Ara Zxparta, , ....
Mra Bonneville formerly lived In Chi
cago, where she had experience with
f hoata. Her father waa a carpenter and
he family lived In a houae wherein
atrange rapplnga and knocklnga were
beard. Little attention waa paid to the ,
noiaea, but one day her father decided to
make alteratlona about tha houae. Ha.
set to work opening up a window that
had been boarded up.
-. Suddenly be dropped hla hammer with
a cry and ran out of the house pale
and trembling. It I aaid. Ha returned
presently with a friend, who aided him
in removing tha reat of the boards, and
a skeleton waa revealed hanging In the
Inclosure. Doctors who examined the
human framework aaid that It had bean
hanging there for ten year.
It la not known who owna the houae
In which Mra Oatrander Uvea It la
aaid the houae belongs to a doctor, but
nona of tha parsons who have vlalted
there jinow hla name. -
, Whether or not the houae la haunted
hv a anlrlt or br aome eelfieh Individual
rha. ilka Puck, llkea to maaa mortaia
appear true to the little felloWn aay
Ing, 'What foola theae mortaia be,"
Mra. Oatrander has had enough and la
innirln tor another house. She aava aha
does not believe m gnoats, out ib urea
of being aroused in the atilly houra of
the nlrht to listen to tha rushlnr foot-
beats of aome spirit hurrying acroaa the
I t .
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Dr. A.1 F. Namirol, .V,N
rived bom after completing a medical
rourae at tn university oi uouimviuw
from which ho received th highest hon
or. . Ha will make his horn la this city.
LililD CAS.ES are
United States Attorney Bris
tol Beturns From Confer
ence but Eefuses to Talk
Bescindingv of ; Bituminous
Macadam; Contracts by
Council Causes Delay.
Immedlata lmprorement of Sast Mor-
rlaon street. has been held p with
number of other streets, on account of
tho failure) of tha Barber Asphalt com
pany to carry tout Its contracts and the
action of the ooundl yesterday In re
scinding tha ' oontraots held by : that
company. - However, tha property own
ers atill have faith la th Barber As
phalt company, and it is tha plan to re
petition for asphalt laid on a concrete
base, aa la " being don la the Ladd
tract tn Hawthorne avenue. A guaran
tee that th work will b completed at
an early date and that It will be aa rep-,
resented when completed will . be re
quired by th petitlonera
The paving oompany has given aaeur
ano that the asphalt on a concret
baa will be satisfactory, and even as
sert that it will last five yeara longer
than bltullthlo or bituminous macadam.
Furthermore, they promiee that ahould
the property owners prepare new peti
tion asking for thin kind of Improve
ment the work will begin at once. It
will not be necessary for the city engi
neer to prepare new plana, for tha same
: plana prepared for bituminous macadam
will be aatlafactory for the asphalt.
, - Thla Improvement extende from East
Seventh to Union avanua A movement
haa boon started also to secure the fill
ing of tha spillway under the atreet at
Bast Third, by which tha block north
(of Eaat Morrtaon atreet waa filled by
the dredge thla winter. Until thla tun-
nal under the - atreet : haa been filled
and allowed to Beta th aeetlon of tha
treat below Union avenue cannot be
paved next aummer, as the plana of th
property owner now provide.
It 1 likely that the action of re
scinding th bltumlnoua macadam con
tracts held by the Barber Asphalt, com
pany will also affect tha Hawthorne
avenu improvement, for which no con
tracts have been let, although the peti
tion was granted over one year ago.
Thoae property owners will alao oe
compelled to adopt the asphalt Improve
ment ton the concrete base. .
SHOOTS HIMSELF AS
gPABLCMEN CLOSE IN
M vstcrloiis - Btmxge&i Dmientcd
1 Thought SO Offloers Were After
HJm E. W. G on Ana. .
. 5 : rspeelal mraatah s , Iba araal
Bola, Ida, Aug. 10 A man who re
fnsea to give hla nam triad to blow out
his brains at Parma, a small town weat
of Caldwell, today. vFor several days It
had been thought by people living In th
vicinity of th place that tha. man was
demented, ha Imagining about fifty dep
uty sheriff a were after htm." The peo
ple mere organisea to aunt nun out,, tia
was found In a vacant house, where ha
had taken refuge, and when he observed
hia cursuers he drew a gun and ahot
himself throngh th base of the brain.
He waa oneratea on ana l etlll alive.
but refuaea to aay anything regarding
bimseir. xne initiata, "is. w. u." are
tattooed an his right arm.- .
United State Attorney WOllam C
Brlatol's return from onfrnos with
Secretary Garfield and Francis 3. Heney
did not reveal any startling changes In
the Oregon land fraud casts and so far
aa anything Mr. Briatol haa had to say,
nothing will be done until Attorney.
General Bonaparte decldea upon aome
coura which the government will follow
in it prosecution of the men who have
been lndloted for purloining publlo
Just when th attorney-general will
decide upon Oregon affalra la unknown,
but figuring upon hla return from hia
vacation ana the time when he can con
fer with th power that be. It la be
lieved that some action will be taken
about September 10.
i Mr. Bristol refuaed to discuss hla
Visit to California aava to aay that
everything bad been left to the decision
of Attorney-General Bonaparte. Noth
ing oould be learned from the aatute
federal -attorney about the movementa
of Francle J. Heney or when he could
b expected to arrive in Portland ' If
ha eomea at all. Prosecution of the San
Francisco graftera Is taking up all the
ttme of Mr. Heney and it la doubtful
if he will coma to Portland thla year to
participate in tho land fraud caaea
Although Mr. Bristol waa mute about
the conferences he engaged In with th
secretary of the Interior and Mr. Heney.
the question of holding another federal
grand jury 1 In Oregon within a few
months waa dlecussed a wall as the
peraona agalnat whom charges will be
preferred. ,., . - : v
to Make Them C
i .vapttev, .'r-r.-,
ArletA Rev, E. A." Smith,' Services,
11 a. tn. and & p. m.t Sunday school, 1
a. m.j B. y, P, U. 1 p. m. .
Third -Vancouver avenue and Knott
atreeta Services 11 a m. by Rev. John
Bentilen. .Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Highland Alberta and Sixth atreeta.
J unday school. 10 a. m.: aervlcea at
1 a. m. and 7:46 p. m. by Kev. Ad T.
ohnston. - .. !, ' ':"';';. '"'
Bellwood Tacoma 2 n . Eleventh
atreeta; Rev George A. Learn. Bervlcea.
11 a. m. and a p. m.; Sunday school,. 10
a, m.i B. V. P. U.. 7:16 p m. , '
Calvary Kaat Eighth . and Grant
atreeta. . Services. 11 a. m. and T:I0 p.
m.; preaching by Rev, H. B. Blood; Sun
day achool, 10 a. m.
imumnuel Second and Meade atreeta;
Rev. A. B. Mlnaker. . Kervlc.a at 11 a.
m. and 7:4S p, ni., Sunday. -
Grace Montavllla;. itev. Oilman Par
ker. Service at 11 ; a. m. and 7:80
p. m.: toplca, "The Doctrine of Faith"
and "Tha Divine Origin of tha Bible." -
. Central Eaat Twentieth and Aakeny
atreeta; Kv. W. T, Jordan. Servlcea at
i:80 a. m.; Sunday school. It m.
Unlvaraity Park Rev. A. a. Waits.
Sunday achool at 10 a. m.; servlcea, 11
a. m. and t p. m.; -missionary program
by children; evening toplc, "A Sight
Worth Beholding." r- -
First Tha White Tempi. Twelfth
and Taylor atreeta: Rev- J. Whltcomb
Brougber. U. servioea, ia:i a. m.
and V:46 p. m. Dr. John Roach Straton
of BOitlmor will preach; toplca, "Prao.
tical Holineaa' and "Th Old God for
tha New Age"; Bible achool. 11:10 p.m.;
young people's meeting, I:t0. --,,BunnyId
afreet and Hawthorne avenue; Rev. C.
Feldmeth. Preaching. 11 a. m,; Sunday
Bchool. 0:41 a. m. - . ,,.
- St. .John (German) Rev. C- feld
raeth. Preaching I p. m. Sunday school
I p. m. ' '
Second Seventh and Eaat Ankeny
atreeta; Rev.-Henry B. Hudaon.- 8arv-
lcea at 10:10 a. mand 7;4I p. ra.
Savler-Street Between Twenty-flrat
and Twenty-second streeta Servlcea
10 , tn.: Sunday achool, a. tn.
St. Johns K. A, Leonard. Servioea,
II a. m. and 7:S0 p. m.; Sunday school,
Chinese Mission 181 H ' Oak street
Sunday school, 7 p. ra.; preaching In
Cblneaa, p. m.
Flrat Germrn Fourth and Mill
streeta t Rev.- J. Kxatt. ServlCea 11 a.
m. -and 7:10 p. m.; Sunday schooL-1:4(
Second' German Worrla atreet and
Rodnav avenue; Rev.L F. Bueermana
Servlcea, 11 a m. and T;S0 p. m,; sun
day achool. 1:45 a. m. ....
East Forty-fourth Strt Mission
Eorner East Main Rev. B. C. Cook,
ervioea. 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. tn.; Bible
school. 10 s, rn. j -
Lenta Ninth avenue at home of Wil
liam Kneeland. Servlcea at S:80 b. m.
Mount tJiiva Beventn ano a,ver:
Rev. B. B. B. Johnson. - Services at 11
ALLEGED BWC0 MAN
DIES OF A WOUND
. Has crowned onr.work. 1 We
' have fitted fltimbers of dif-
. ficult cases' that others jiaVe
' ' failed on. It is our ' . '
Ability in ritting
these difficult cases that' go
- to make our reputation. - We
. do our own grinding and are
are able to give prompt serv
ice. Try us. '
t. v.. c a. r: j.
(gpeeisl DispetdT t ba learaat)
Spokane, Wash., f Aug. " 1A Th-- aU
leged bunoo man, John Anderaon, who
was shot, by. Officer Jo Daniel in July,
while attempting to escape arrest by
running, died today at - Sacred Heart
hospital. i. Death waa due to a, sudden
hemorrhage following the amputation
of his injured leg. -.-,. . ,
Anderson was matching dollars with
Walter Shier and Andrew Anderaon
when, an : officer demanded ' banda . up.
Anderson ran and waa shot fhroagb the
leg. : He had $325.61 on him at the time,
James Hopkins,' Anderson's , attorney,
aaya hla home la In Michigan. He re
fuses - to tell where, as .Anderson re
quested him not to do so. His mother
la in Sweden, a Bister la In Michigan
and hie father is dead; Hopklna denlea
Anderaon was a bunco man. The po
lice aay, he waa known aa the 'lone-'
aome Swede.' Burial will be In Fair-'
HAIL NEAK BAKER ;
. THAT KltLED HOUSES,
(Stwdsl Dispatch t Tbe JoorasL)
Baker City, Or, Aug. 10. Reports are
coming in from the Jjookout mountain
country to tho effect that during the
big hailstorm In that section a few days
ago over 100 head of cattle were killed.,
Horses, colts ind aheen Were alao killed.
The hall ia aaid to have fallen thick and
fast, with some hailstones the size of
a teacup. This waa about SO . miles
from Baker City. ,
, . ..Building at Asylum Ceases. ..;
(Special DIspstA to Tbe Joornsl.) .
Salem, Or., ' Aug. , 10. Work on- tha
new addition to the atato insane asylum
haa temporarily ceased on account of
steel for the framework not having ar
rived, rii- i ;VJ:vU . i
jr. J . W
By Elliabeth Roberta
(Level measurements ahould be used to
all the fallowing recipea.)
Croquettea hot only form an attraot
lv dish for th company luncheon or
dinner, but give us a convenient way
of utilising "left-overs" for th family
table. - They aan b made of meat, flah
or fowl, of various vageUblea, and of
cereals, and are more .wholesome, than
many other fried foods, as the immer
sion of th egg-coatd - Croquette Into
th hot fat quick'- harden th surfac
and preventa th absorption of grease.
Aa advantage of croauettea aa a hot
weather dish is that most of th work
of preparation can ba don early In th
day, and th finishing for the noon or
evening meal will then take but a few
mlnutea ,. . . " -
For frying ua lard, eottolene, or a
mixture ' of fata, aa lard, chicken fat
and clarified beef dripplnga. Croquettea
may be fried in fat that has been used
for doughnuta or frlttera. ;
For coating croquettea uae state oraaa
that has been ; rolled and . alf ted, or
cracker crumba, and an egg and water
mlxtur of two tableanoona of .water to
an egg beaten until it is no longer aiip-
Pry, yet is not rrotny.
.Salmon Croquettea-Make ' a v thick
sauce of one cup of milk, two level
tablespoons butter, four and one-half
tablespoons of flour, and one-fourth tea
spoon salt, cooaea togetner tut imoom,
When done atir In on and one-half cups
cold cooked salmon mashed fine with a
fork and aeaaoned with salt, pepper, cay
enne, a few drops of lemon Juice and a
teaspoon chopped parsley. Spread on ft
plate and aet away to cool When cold
shape carefully into cyllndere or cutlets,
roll in bread crumba till wall covered,
then In beaten ckit and again liucrurabn,
and put Into a frying basket (a few at
a time ao aa not to cool th fat) and
cook one minute In fat hot enough to
brown a email piece of white bread in
one-half a minuta -
Chicken Croquettea One and one-half
cups old cooked fowl, or one cup fowl
and one-half cup hot boiled ritre, aea
son with one-half teaspoon; salt, one
teaspoon lemon Juice, one teaspoon
chopped parsley . and a-llttl cayenne.
Mix with one cup thick aauce as for sal
mon croauettea. ' Let - cool, then shape,
egg, crumb and fry.; :;."
Crab . Croquettes. Mix- on and one
half cupa of chopped crab meat with
one cup of thick aauce,' aeaaon with one
half teaspoon aalt, one-fourth teaspoon
mustard, few grains cayenne and two
thirds tablespoon lemon juice, , Finish
aa Salmon croquettea, and serve with
tomato aauce in separate dish. ; , 1
Tomato Bauce. Fry a chopped Onion
in two tablespoone butter till yellow,
add two .tablcspoone flour all at once,
atlr till It bubbles, then add gradually
one-half cup of milk. - flniahing with
one-half oup of strained tomato. In
which apineh of soda has been dissolved.-
Season with salt and pepper.
Veal or Lamb Croauettea. Two cuna
f meat, chopped, season with teaspoon
pepper, cayenne, a rew aropa onion
Juice, and two teaepoona chopped pars
ley. ,jmix -wim ; one cup tnica ,
icy. . . Willi VUf CUJI v m IHUUD,
Cool, shape, egg crumb and fry as other
croquettes, They may be served with
tomato aauce, mad th sam aa for crab
croquettea except that all strained to
mato, instead or part milk, la used.
v Sweet Potato Croauettea One nlnt
hot sweet potatoea, well mashed or rlced.
season wiin sail, pepper, ana-two table
spoons melted butter. Mix In one beat
en egg, and moisten with a little hot
milk or cream. - Shape in croquettes,
roll In crumba then in beaten egg, and
crumba again, fry in basket In deep fat.
' Croqyttee of t vegetablea are best
shaped while Mrm.' . , , f
v--..s:.;:; i . H ii m ,ii ill ii,n,ii' .:-",v-,r;-.
Th headquarters of -the International
Union of Carriage and Wagon Workers
of, America will ehortly be aatabllahed
la- Washington, U G. ... f.ny a
a. m. and a p. m.
Swedish Hoyt and Fifteenth: Rer.
Frtr.k Scherstrom. Servlcea 10:41 a.
m. and 7:45 p. m.; Sunday school, 11 m.;
d. x. u., : p. m. . ....
Union Avenue Mission CBweaienj
Corner Skldmor. Sunday , achool. 10
a. m. '. -j-
yreabytrlaa. . .
First Twelfth and - Alder Btrts;
Rev. William HlrBm Foulkea Servlcea
at 10:80 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; Rev. Wil
liam Foulkea, D. D.. of Kanaae City
will preach: toplca WA Workman Not
Ashamed" and 'The Parting Message."
Mlzpah East Thirteenth and Powoll
Btreets; Rev. Jerome R. McOlada. D. D.
Servlcea at 10:30 a. m. Professor R. T.
Warren will preach, f "
Calvary Eleventn ana uw axreeta;
Rev. Ben-Ezra Stllea Ely Jr.. D. D.
Servlcea at 10:80 a m. and 7:45 p. m.
Rev. Boudlnet Seeley of Germantown,
Pennsylvania, will preach: toplca, TSleo
tlon" and "Abraham, the Called Of God."
Fourth Flrat and uiodb streeta; nev.
John R. Weiah.- Services, .10:10 a. m.
and 7:45p. m Sunday school, 11 m.;
Tc. P. 8. C E., b:3 p. m. . .'
Hawthorn rara i wairtn ano r-am
Taylor streets; Rev. E. Nelson Allen.
Servlcea, 10:30 am.; Sunday achool, 13
m V . H. I:. ML. 1 D. m.
Forbes Sellwood street and Ganten
teln avenue; Rev. Harry H. Pratt Serv
ices at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p, m.; Sunday
.huil ' 1 a a. m. . '
Piedmont Cleveland avenue and Jar-
rett Street; tier. U. Myron xsposer. oerv
ices at 11 a. m. and 7:10 p. m.; Sunday
achool, 13:15 P.-n- t . .,
Westminster East Tenth and wald
ler Btreeta; Rev. Henry 1 Marcotte,
Servlcea at 10:30 a. m, and 7:46 p. to,;
Sunday achool, II. m. '
Fulton Rev. A H. Burkholder. Sun
day school "-11 a. m.; Christian En
deavor. 7 p. m.i aarvlce, 7:45 p. m.
Marshall-Street Marshall , and North
Seventeenth atreeta; Rev. C. W. Haya
Sunday school, 10 fcm.: preaching at
11 a. m.i T. P. S. C. R :45 p. m.
Mount Tabor Belmont .street and
Prettyman avenue; . Rev. Edward M.
Sharp, paator. - Servlcea at 11 a. m. and
p. m.; Sunday achool at 10 a. m.
Bellwood Corner Eaat Seventeenth
and Spokan avenue. Services at 11 a,
m. and pi rn.; Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m. , ; -
Third East Thirteenth and Pin
atreeta; Rev. Andrew J. Montgomery,
paator. Services at 10:80 a. m. and 7:45
P-Vernon Bast Twentieth and Wygant
streeta Services X 11 a. m. and 7:80
p. tn. bv Rev. G. A. Blair j Sunday
achool, 18 tn. ' ' ' . , '
Montavllla Rev. J. A. P. McGaw.
Servlcea at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. m.
Millard Avenue Sunday achool. IS, a.
m. services, i a n. .
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Dr,H 74S t m.: toDlca. "Rewarda Found
In Unauapected flacea" and "The Toung
Woman of the Smart Set"; Kpworth
ijeague, S:80 p. m. m
Sunnyslde East Yamhill atreet, be
tween Eaat Thirty-fifth and Thirty
BUtth streets: T. B. Ford. Services 10
a, m. and 1:80 p. m.; Sunday achooV ll
" sT Johns F. U Toung. Services ll
al ra. and 8 p. m. Sunday achool. 10
' 'worth Irvln and Twenty-third:
E. H. Bryant. Services at li a. m, and
7 1 Centenary Ninth and Pine, W. H.
Beppa Services ll a. m. and 7:80 p. m.
Trinity Corner of Eaat Tenth and
Grant: Lewi F. Smith. Services at
ll a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school.
10 a. m.-i-ii LiL.:.: .
Centra KuBseu ivoi vj lumi; j.
eervices at x a, m. ana :a
atreeta; Dr. A. A. Motrtaoa. farvlpaa.
I a m., 11 a m. and 8 p. m. Dr. Mor
rison will officiate morning and va-
ing. , -
Rt rtsvi's v-Mmt Twelfth and Bel
mont atreet: Rev. Oeorg B. Van Wat
era, D. IX . Communion, 8 a. ra.: morn
ing prayer and aermon, 11 o'clock; Sun
day achool, 8:48 a. m.; evening prayer
and aermon, o'clock. -
All Bainte Twentv-aeoond end Reed
atreeta Sunday achool. 10 a. m.; even
ing aervica a . o'cioca.
St. Andrews TInlveralty Park: Rev.
W.R. Powell. Service 11 w m.i Bua-
Amv maIiaaI 1 sl m
Oood Shepherd Sellwood atreet and
Vancouver avenu. Alblna: Rev. John
Dawson. Sunder school, t:4i, a. m.
St. Paul's Wood mere: C. I ' Parker.
lay reader. Service at 11 a. m.1 Sunday
chool. 0:45 a. m. ' ,
St. Matthew's First and Caruthera
atreeta: Rev. W. A. M. ureca. wm-
miinlon :SB m- m' urmftn. Ham,
. Th Churnh of Our Savior Wood-
atock. , Servioea. , 11 a. . m.; Sunday
school 10 a m.
St. Mark's Corner f Ktneteenth and
Qulmbv atreeta: Rev. J. E. H. Bimpson.
Communion. a. xn. and 11 a. m.; even
song, p. m.
St. John'a Memorial Sellwood: Rev.
W. R. Powell. . Services and sermon,;
11 a. m.; Sunday school., 10 a. m.
' , ' OongTagatloaaL
tjnlveralty Park 1813 Haven avenu;
Rev. ii- is. urav: services at a p. m
preaching by Rev. hi. a Bollinger, Sun
day school, 10 a, m.j T. P. S. C. it. 7 P-
m. - -v .. ' "
Laurel wood Rev. D. B. Gray. , Serv
lcea at 11 a. m.: nreachlng by Rev. BS.
8. Bollinger; Sunday; school 10 a, m.;
P. S. C E.. 8 n. m.
Mlaslaslppl Avenu MUataalppI ' av-
tui- ix1 Fremont -atreet: Rev. William
L. Dpshaw. Servlcea 11 a m. and 8
p. m.; Sunday achool at 10 a. m.; Chris
tian n.naeavor, ( p. m. . . .
Sunnyslde Cornea of East Taylor and
Fast Thlrtv-fourth atreet: Rev. J. J.
Staub. Services at 11 a. rn. and 1p.m.;
Sunday school, 10 a m.; Senior Chris
tian Endeavor, 7 p. m. .
Hassalo Street East Seventh and
Haasalo; Rev. Paul Radar. Servlcea
10:80 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.i Sunday
school, 18 m., Christian Endeavor, :4(
P' Flrat Madison and Parkl Rev; Dan
iel Stover, assistant paator. Servlcea
10:30 a. m. and 7:46 p. m.; Rev. John
W. Bradahaw. Toplca, "A Paaalng Re
mark of Jesus, and The Buceeserui
Life": Sunday school. 13:18 p. m-; X.
V a C V t-AK n m.
Highland East Sixth atreet "north and
Prescott: Rev. EL. 8. Bolllnaer. Berv
lcea at 11 a m. and 7:46 p. m., Rev. D.
B. Gray will preach. Sunday achool, 10
a. m.; T. P. S. C. E., a:46 p. m. r
Rt jrnhns Rev. a. W. Kelson. Serv
ices, 11 a. m. -and 8 p. m.; Sunday
school. 10 a. m.
man streeta Rev. A. A. Winter,' 10
m.. Sunday achool: services 11 a ra.-t
tonic "A study of Balaam": union ser
vioea. Hawthorn park. 6:80 p. m.
Second Fargo and Kerby atraets;
Rav. B. a Hughea paator. Sunday
achool 18 a. m.: servioea 11 l a and
8 p. m.
Rev. Cheater Paul Gate. Preaching 11
a. m.j bunaay. scnooi at i a. m.
Ocklev Green Gav atreet and wu
samvihw u u, . . wnw. wm.
nutnr. Rarvlcea. 11 a. m. and 7 MB D.
m.; morning sermon ny hbv. yv, b, jriow
Chlneae Mlaalon 3han Sing KaL
Bervlcea 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Mount Tabor Jamea Moore. Services
at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.
Patton Michigan avenu and Carpen
ter. H. T. Wire, tervicea at u a, m.
and 7:80 p. m.
Vancouver Avapu Service at 11 a.
tn 'null 7:20 S. m. '
, Woodlawn-R.v. S. H. Dewart Ber
vlcea at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p.m.
Woodstock Rev. W..T. Kerr. Ser
vices at 11 a. m. ana 7:so p. m.
Norweslan-Danlsh Thirteenth and
Davis; C. J. Lrftraen, , servlcea at 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m.
Swedish iortnwicK ana Beach : Rev.
Johnson. Servlcea 11 a. m. and 7:80
p. m. . -
- First German--Fifteenth and Hoyt, G.
A. Waasa. 8ervlces at 11 a. m. and
7:80 p. to. f
Becond German Stanton and Rodnev.
H. B. Maas. Servlcea at 11 a. m. and
7:80 p. m.
Japanese Mission 131 : North Fif
teenth. Services at 11 a, m. and 7:30
University Park Rev. T. A. Watt am
Services at 11 am. and 7:30 n. m.
Grace Corner of Twelfth and Taylor
streets; , Clarence True Wilson, li. .
Servlcea at 10:80 a. ra. and .7:45 p. m.
Kev. Charles T. McPheraon will preach;
toplca, "Rank In the Kingdom of
Heaven" and "Our Commission"; Sun
day scnooi, is aa p. m ,
i Xplaoopal. '5;'Z'v4.i--.f'f-.'
Pro-Cathedral of St Stephen the Mar
tyrThirteenth and Clay etreetsi. Rev.
H. M. Ramsay. Communion, 7:30 a. m.i
services ll a. m. and f;30 p. Sunday
sohool, 9:46 a. m.' 3 ; ,
Xrtalty Nineteenth and Svrtt
Swedish Immanuel Nineteenth and
Irving atreeta Servlcea, Ham. ana
n. m.i Hnntta V school. 0:45 B. m.
Norwegian Synod Eaat Tenth and
Grant atreeta; Rev. O. Hagoea Sunday
achool. 0:30; services at ll a. m. and 8
n m T p. tL. Tuesday at 1:16 o. m.
Betanla Danish Union avenu and
Morrla atreet: Rev. Gudmund Grill.
mptii'm 11 nv a.n1 K n. m.
'"BV Jamea' Engiiah Weat Park and
3tfrrnn streets: J. Allen Leas. Serv
tut 11 a. m.. connucteo nv tnui j.
Kuniman of Philadelphia; - Sunday
achool, 10 a. m. . - ,
St. Johns Peninsula avenue and SU'
Patrick street; C Buechen. , Bervlcea at
s n n r m . a . '
, Norwegian 46 North Fourteenth
street: Rev. J. M. Nerving. Services at 11
a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; Sunday school. 8:46
St Paul's German East Twelfth and
Clinton atreets; Rev. A. Krause. Serv
ices at 10:80 a, m. ana p. m,: Sunday
school, 0:30 a. nn ' ' .
THnltv n.rmin rT Missouri fivnod-
Corner Wllllama avenu and Sellwood
atreet: J. A. Rimbach. Services at , 10
a. rn.; Sunday school, 9:H a, m.
r.tnn'm Clmrmnn f Missouri Synod)-
ChaDman and Salmon streets: -W, H.
Behrena Services at 10:16 a. m.i Sun
day achool 8:15 a. m.
s Swedish Aignatana Rodney njenue !
and Stanton street: kov. v. ioni
aervloea 10:45 a. ra. and 7:46 p. in.; Bun
day school,. 9 ;46.S-m.
:f ' -r XM''" "" ' f ".'"'
' i."''' Chrlsttaa : :Qtf
Eaat; Twentieth and East
lev. J. . unormiey.
Services, 10:46 a,; m. and 8 p. top
lca, "The, Tragedy of a Soul," and "Our
Advocated Sunday school, IS m,: senior
RodneyAfrenue Rodney avenue and
Knott street; f Rev. . Jwmo omou.
nnrvinoa .t ia:4k a. m.. ana B P, m.:
The incarnation" . ana - nm . uurowui
Christ": Bible school at :46 a, m.; x.
t a r to a t 1 n. m
- Mount Scott servioes in niu i n.n
P.rk. ll a. m. and 8 p. m.; sunaay
BChooL 10 a. m. " " '"'
Woodlawn- Bervices at ii a. m. a a
p. m.; Sunday scnooi, iw a. m. ; ,
Flrat Corner Park- and Columbia
atreets; Rev, E. S. Muckley, . Servlcea,
11 a. m. ana 7Ma n. m. ; lupic, i no i
finnl'a -, Passion for Foralveneaa." and i
"Thinaa Money Cannot Buy"; J3lbl
aVirwl 1A a m fV TH. S1R n. m. .
Advent Second street, between Hall
and Lincoln. Services at 11:80 a. m.
and 7 p. m.j Sunday sohool. 10:80 a
)-wJ i i.y. - J r, 1 -v V
... Tfaltad SSrangelleaJ. - sA :
' Flrat Cornar East Tenth and Sher-
First Ensliah Eaat 1 Sixth and Mar
ket streeta; B. A. Biewert, pastor. Berv
lcea 11 a. .; sunaay scnooi, ia a, ra. v
First German corner xentn ana uiay
streeta; Theodore Schauer, paator; aer
mon at 10:46 a. m. and 7:46 p. m. Sun
day achool 9:80 am.
Memorial East Eighteenth and Tlh
betta; I C Hoover, paator. Preaching
at 11 a. m. and I p m.; Sunday school
10 a. m. :, .
: Bplrltnallal X', ;' '';-,J
The MlnlaUrs' and Mediums' Protect-
lv Spiritual association holds Sunday
services At 6 p. m. in W. O. W. hall.
Eleventh street, between Alder and
Washington. Lectur by Rev. R. B.
Coon; message by Mra Sophia B. Selp;
strangera weicoma t .... r-
Flrat spiritualist (society aoington
halL Conference at 11 a. m. ; subject.
. Ohrlstla ajotsa ' '
wirst Church ' of Christ. Scientist-
Scottish Rite cathedral, Morrison and
Txwnsdal streeta Servioes at 11 a. m.
Subjoct "Soul.", Sunday school at
close of morning eervlca Evening ser
vice omitted during JUiy ana August.
Second ElKe temple. Btara, between
Sixth and Seventh atreeta Servioes 'St
11 a. m, subjeot. "Soul." , . i r
' ' rsited BMthyra U ChrUrt, '
Flrst-Eaat Fifteenth and , Morrison
streets; Rev. H. C Shaffer. Services
at 11 a. m. and 7:J0 pi. m.'; Sunday
school at 10 TL ta. ' . . '. -
Radical Bixtn ana jaecnania streets;
Rev. C. P. Blancbara. Bervlcea 11 a
m. and 1:30 p. m.; Sunday , school, 10
a. m. . . v-i - . .
' Tfalted rreabjtrlaa. '
rrhnreh of - th Stranger Wasco
treat and Grand avenue; Rev. a Earl
DuBols. Services at 11:46 a. m. and
8:00 n. m. - Berviees xor muiea every
Sunday morning. Sunday achool, IS m.
jt'irat rjutin ana aaniioianr sireeis:
Rev. A. W. Wilson. Servlcea at 10:80 a.
m. and 7:46 p. m.; Sunday school IS m.
" ;v TTsitarUa. .
Chnrch ' of " Our Father Corner of
Yamhill and .Seventh ttreeta; Rav.,W.
G. Eliot Jr.; Rev. T. I Eliot, D, D,
minister emerltua Services at 11 a. m.
Rev. rired Alban Wall will preach, topla
T,UnWe4 Winga" , ,
of th Good Tidings Eat
, . TXalyeraallst.
Cauh and Eaat Elahth
J. D. . Corby. Sermon at 10:46 a, ra.
Toplo, 'The PracUcal Power of Prayr."
Sunday school at IS ra. (f
Flrat German Tenth and Stark
treats; O. Hafnsr. Servioea at 10:46
a, m, and 3 p. m. , ' ,
- 3C M, Ohnrah Somth.
171 Second street; Rev. B. T. Mowt.
Service at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.t toplca,
"Immortality and "Tenth Command
ment" Sunday ecbool. 10 a. ra.) fip
worth league, 7 p. m. . ,
' ? " msoollaaaoaa, ' '
Th Christian and ' Missionary alli
ance 8 lath and Mam atreeta; Rev. C
D. Bawtella Servlcea at 10:80 a, m.
Sunday school at 13:16 p. m.
, Universal New Thought Assembly
A. O. U. W. hall, Washington, btwn
Tenth and W.st Park treat. Lector
at 11 a. m. and xk m. - v... - v.,
Latter-Day ' Saints Holds servlees',
very Sunday In Allsky hall, corner
Third and Morrlaon atreets at 11:80 a. .
m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 10
a. ra. . ,.-'ry.;;' v, ' '- ' '
Penlel Miaaion Rev. E. A. Ross Of
Los Angeles will speak at 860 First
street every night this week. 1 ' '
Church of the Nasarene; A. O. Ban
rick. Service Ham. and 7:80 p. m.t
Sunday school 10 a. m, bollneaa meet
ing 8 p.-m.
Olive Branch Mission 388 Flrat
street; services every night at 8 o'clock;
Sunday achool at 1:10: followed br reg
ular aervlces at I p. m.; A.,. Walla, sup
Millenlal Dawn o. A. R. haiL nortn-
euL corner seevno uio uomivu li wm i.m.
Services at 3:30 n, m. '
8wedenborgian-Fortiand New cnarcit
society, Alder atreet near Elefvnthi 11
l. m.: ttev. Hiram v room an, sunjoct
'A Spiritual Battl.! -T.
M. C A. PoDular Bible class .for
men at :o p. nv, lea by n. wAMtvis.
All men invited.
Church of God 01 Tenth street.
North, Rev. J. R. Mulls, paator; J. ML,
Goren, teacher, Servicea at 3 p. ra. ana
g P. ra, Bunaay. Saturday. 8 n. m.: ala-
tera' teaching; services at p. ra. Tubs
day. - .
Example of Vanity.
i From the Indianapolis Star,
Apropos of vanity, Secretary Root
told about a politician who, th day
befor he waa about to make a ear-
tain speech, sent a forty-on pag re
port of it to' all th papera On pag
30 appeared this paragraph! -
"But th hour grows lata and I must
close." ("No, not Go on! Go onD
Salmon streeta;? Rev,
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