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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. SUNDAY MORN? AUGUST .11.
PALLID SPECTER CAUSES
EASTSIDERS MANY CHILLS
Frightened residents Tell Tales of Ghostly Woman) mo
Eobs Them of Bedclothes and Causes House ,to :
' Rustle With Unearthly Sgunds and Sighs. ; ..;T.
WON HIGHEST HOXOllS
AT MEDICAL COLLEGE
.. . ;,; . .
Pr A. F. Nmlro. eon of Mr. and Mr.
F. Namlrd of 838 Sheridan Btreet. has ar-
A gho that not only walks but runs;
a. (boat that puUs bad clothing fro
sleeping persona; a, ghostly ghost right
in th city of Portland U cauelng no and
of troubl for peaceful, aleep-loving oo
cupuu of. a modest two-atory eottag
out ob tha east side, occupied by Mrs.
James Oetrsnder, her two little boys
and a roomer, v ' . ' ; -
Unlike tha specter that drove poor
frightened Ichabod Crane f rom hi. i woo-
1nr Ox taw uujluuj i v.. .
slung the Tappan Zee, thla shout leave
o traces of a broken purnpim lying by
the roadside, but comes back eg-m and
attain t6 haunt the house. ...
in the very darkest hours af the
nlrht. when tha atars and tha moon lie
ImWen behind a bank of blact Oenlt
like cloud, and while tha wind on
through tha fir branches, the ghost
starts upon Its resumption of earthly
promenades. Dark, fearsome shadow
lurk everywhere about, the rooms In
which the spirit stalks Its rounds, save
In the very space occupied by the spec
tre, where one can see the form and
' fearares of a woman. .
Bhe comes- softly and stands beside
the beds, where aha (axes mildly down
upon the frightened occupants. Then,
with a swirl and a- ruah sha tears
through tha house to the window In an
empty room at the rear of the second
floor where she slips through the glass
and leaps across the roof to fly away
upon the air.
- upeots Xrfrrea Quilts.
n. i ii ah mturna. but SO soft! v
that none can hear her until aha Is once
more at the front of the house. Then
scain aha rushes across the floor and
makes her exit through the closed win
dow. Her footsteps are audible to per
sons downstairs, and on one occasion
at least the harrowed spirit hs been
Known to jro downstairs and remove the
1-ed covering from the forms of two
Generally, this femlrlfno ghost, who
baa the shade of Hamlet's father beaten
a mile for perseverance In repeating
one-night stands, and who makes Ban
cjuo'e shade a mere trlfler in the art of
appearing In thelead ot the nlht, seeks
to grab a garment from a closet-- dim.
darksome closet, but alwaya faila and
the persons realdln in the house hear
the garment fall to the floor with a
wish and a thud as If something hard
were in one of the pock eta. A aeeroh
in the closet falls to find snythlng out
of place or a garment fallen to t the
i(After the garment falls to the floor,
the femal specter of some departed
buman rises through the house in terror
s If seeking to escape an impending
yeJUd Up Are a
No outcry baa ever been heard front
the straying soul that finds no rest In
the departed life. Eh performs with
out using the female prerogative and
to no one has she ever told her tale,
hhe has addressed no one, so far as can
be learned, no one baa ever spoken to
her. Fright usually fills the minds of
those who see the ghost In her nightly
i v.a .asm end beard the specter
as she prowls shout the haunted house?
Many persons.. Mrs.- Oatrander was
awakened from her Bleep about mid
""' night. Friday night, by the rushing of
the specter overhead.- She arose and
lighted a lamp and listened to the
tramplngs above ber until . after two
o'clock yesterdsy morning, vwhen the
spirit, tired from ber. exertions, left the
premises. ... -
M. Donnelly, who rooms with Mrs. Os
trander, has not only heard the specter;
but she has visited him In the dead of
- the night Standing beside the frlghU
ened men's bed. the lady's spirit turned
her mild gase upon his startled coun
tenance and then Softly end quickly I
withdrew her ghostly form to start up-!
on -her rush to escape at the end ot the j
One night while sleeping peacefully
In their bed downstairs, the vounr sons
of Mrs. Ostrander were startled from
ineir step Dy some one puuing pbok
their bed clothing. Looking up they
saw the specter In the very act of re
moving the . clothing. Thinking their
mother was committing the act. they
spoke to her, whereat the spirit fled
precipitately out f tbelr sight,
Woman Za Skeptical, '
Mrs. Ostrander baa lived in the bouse
but three months and refuses to believe
that the house Is haunted. Bhe does not
bulleve in ghosts, but admlta that she
tin heard the one that makee her home
Its abode. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bonne
ville formerly lived in the bouse and both
admit they beard atrange noises wnue
residing there. M ra Bonneville beard the
snecter on several occasions, while Mrs.
KicK.ee who lived with the , Bonne
ville also ssys she heard the specter.
Mr. Bonneville also beard the strange
On family, whose names could not
be learned, lived Jn the bouse but a
short time, and suddenly moved away
one Sunday.- They did not wait to re
move their' oarpeta, but pulled them
from the floor, tacks and ail, and de
parted in haste. It ia believed they
were frightened away by the ghost.
Just who her ghostshtp is no one
knows. "When she first appeared la the
house no one knows. She 1b there and
makes her appearanoe several times a
week. When she enters the house, she
holds full sway. When she leaves, a
trembling, frightened group remains be
hind. They say she is a ghost. They
also say she comee often and stsys late.
What her object 1 they have not been
able to fathom, but bint that in the past
some woman may have been murdered
In the bouse and ber spirit bas come
back to haunt the spot where her soul
was rudely snatched away from its ter
. They ask. these persona who have
seen the specter, whether some Hamlet
will appear to avenge the murder of the
f sldents At Xxpevts.
Mrs. Bonneville formerly lived In Chi
cago, where she bad experiences with
f hosts. Her father was a carpenter and
he family lived in a house wherein
strange rapplngs and knocklngs were
beard. Little attention was paid to the
noises, but one day her father decided to
make alterations about the house. He
set to work opening up a window that
had been boarded up.
Suddenly be dropped his hammer with
a cry and ran out of the bouse pale
and trembling, it la said. He returned
firesently with a friend, who aided him
n removing the rest of the boards, and
a skeleton was revealed banging in the
Inolosure. Doctors who examined the
human framework said that it bad been
banging there for ten years.
It Is not known who owns the bouse
In which Mrs. Ostrander Uvea It Is
said the house belongs to a doctor, but
none of the persons who nave visited
there know his name. - .
Whether or not the bouse Is haunted
by a spirit or by aome selfish individual
who, like Puck, likes to make mortals
appear true to the little fellows say
Ing. ''What fools these mortals - be,
Mrs. Ostrander has bad enough and Is
looking for another bouse. . She says she
does not believe In ghosts, but is tired
of being aroused la the stilly hours of
the night to listen to the rushing toot
beats ot some spirit hurrying serosa the
Xi V. NdiniTO.
rived bom after completing a medical
course at the University- of Louisville,
from which he received the highest hon
ors. . He wUi make his home in this city.
LAND CASES ARE
s ;-y-;; ' ' ' ' -'reunited
States Attorney Bris
tol Returns From Confer-;
I ence but Ecf uses to Talk
United State Attorney William C.
Bristol's return from conference with
Secretary Garfield and Francis J. Heney
did not reveal any startling changes In
f rai 1 - woman w hose- aetrai shape .at ortgon land fraud cases sod so far
rthlT'ldenc )1V " "nhlng Mr. Bristol has bad to say.
r earthly residence. v nothing will be done until Attorney.
General Bonaparte decides upon some
course which the government will follow
In Its prosecution oi toe men wno nave
been Indicted for purloining . publio
Just whan the attorney-general will
decide upon Oregon affairs is unknown,
but figuring upon his return from his
vacation and the time when he can eon
fer with the powers that be. It is be
lieved that some action will be taken
about September 10.
, Mr. Bristol refused to discus bis
Visit to California- save to say that
everything had been left to the decision
of Attorney-General Bonaparte. Noth
ing could be learned .from the astute
federal attorney about the movements
of Francis J. 'Heney or when he could
be expected to arrive In Portland if
he eomes at all. Prosecution of the Ssa
Francisco grafters la taking up all the
time of Mr. Heney and It ia doubtful
if he wtH come to Portland this year to
participate in the land fraud cases.
Although Mr. Bristol was mute about
the conferences he engaged in with the
secretary oz tne interior ana Mr. rteney,
the question of holding another federal
grand jury in Oregon within a few
months was discussed a well as the
persons against whom charges will be
preferred. , . - t--rrrt. i
Ecscinding - of Bituminous
Hacadam , Contracts by
Council Causes Delay.
Immediate improvement of East Mor
rison street baa been bold up with a
number of other streets on account of
the failure af the Barber Asphalt com
pany to carry but its contracts and the
action of tha eouncil yesterday in re
scinding tha ' oon tracts bald by that
company. However, tha property awn
era still have faith la the Barber As
phalt company, and It Is tha plan to re
petition for asphalt laid on a concrete
base, as la being done ia the La (id
tract tn Hawthorne avenue. A guaran
tee that the work will be oompleted at
an early date and that It will be as rep
resented when oompleted will be re
quired by the petitioners.
Ths paving company has given assur
anoe that the asphalt on a concrete
base will be satisfactory, and even as
sert that it will last five years longer
than bltullthle er bituminous macadam.
Furthermore, they promise that should
the property owners prepare new peti
tions asking for this kind of Improve
ment the work will begin at once. It
will not be necessary for ths city engi
neer to prepare new plana, for the same
plane prepared ror bituminous mscaaara
.in ha aatlsfactorv for the asphalt.
This Improvement extends from Blast
Seventh to Union avenue. A movement
has been started also to secure the fill
in of the so 111 war under the street at
East Third, by which the block north
ot East Morrison street was filled by
the dredge this winter. TJntll this tun
nel under ths street bas been filled
and allowed to settle the section of the
street below Union avenue cannot be
paved next summer, as the plana of the
property owners now provide.
It is likely that the action of re
scinding tha bituminous macadam con
tracts held by the Barber Asphalt, com
pany will also affect the Hawthorne
avenue Improvement, for which no con
tracts have been let, although the peti
tion was granted over one year ago.
Those property owners will also be
compelled to adopt the asphalt Improve
ment ba the concrete base.
SHOOTS HIMSELF AS
I PABMA MEN CLOSE IN
Mysterious- . ttranffee Demented,
l Thought 80 Offloerg Wera After
Him E. W. Ctw an Arm. ,
; lias crowned oar, work. 1 We
hare fitted numbers of dif
ficult cases , that others have
failed on. It is oar ' '
Ability in fitting
, these difficult case that go
- to make our reputation. We
do our ovrn grinding; and are
are able to give prompt serv-
Try ua. .
y.::. C.A. r:j.
Boise,' Ids-, Aug. 10. A man Who re
fuses to give his name tried to blow out
hi brains at Parma, a small town wsst
of Caldwell, today. For several day It
had been thought by people Uving in ths
vicinity of the place that the man waa
demented, he Imagining about fifty dep
uty sheriffs were after htm. The peo
ple there organised to hunt hint out. He
waa found in a vacant house, where he
had taken refuge, and whan he observed
hi pursuers he drew a gun snd shot
himself through the base of the brain.
He was operated on and ill still alive.
but refuses to say anything retarding
nimseir. ine initials, m. w. W are
tattooed an his right arm.', -j
ALLEGED BUNCO MAN ; :
DIES OP A WOUND
' : CHmlal tnspatcfe'ts Tb JesrsaM
1 Bpokane, "Wash., ' Aug. 10. Th al
lsgsd bunco man, John Anderson, who
was shot by Officer Jo Daniel la July,
while attempting to escape arrest by
running, died today at Sacred Heart
hoepltal.- Death was due to a. sudden
hemorrhage following t the amputation
of hi Injured leg. - -
Anderson was matching dollars with
Walter Shier and Andrew Anderson
when, an officer demanded hands up,
Anderson ran and waa shot fhrosgh the
leg. He had 1126.11 on him at the time.
James Hopkins, Anderson's attorney.
says nis noma is in Michigan, hs
fuses to tell where, as Anderson re
quested him not to do so. His mother
is in eweoen, a sistsr is in Michigan
and his father is dead. Hopkins denies
Andereon was a bunco man. The po
lios say be was known as the "lone.
some Swede.' Burial will be in Fair
HAIL NEAR BAKER
. r. THAT KltLED HORSES
' ' (loeetal Dbpateh t Tb fearsaL) "
Baker City, Or.. Aug. 10. Reports are
coming In from the Lookout mountain
country to the effect that during th
big hailstorm In thst section a few days
a (to over 100 heed of cattle were killed.
Horses, colts snd sheep were also killed.
The hail is said to have fallen thick and
fast, with some hailstones the else of
a teacup. This was about SO miles
from Baker City. -. .
- - -8 , .
; Building at Asylum Ceaaea. --
("pedal DIspatA to The 7oersal.)
Salem, Or., Aug. 10. Work on th
new addition to th state lnsaua asylum
has temporarily ceased on account of
leel for th framework nut having ar
rived, -, 1
Croquettes; How to
to Make Them s
v " By Elisabeth Roberta, , .
(lieret measurements should be used la
all the fallowing reclpea)
Croquettes not only form an attract
ive dish for th company luncheon or
dinner, but give us a convenient way
ot utilising "left-overs" for th family
table. . They oan b mad of meat, ash
or fowl, of vetioue vegetables, and of
cereals, and are more wholesome, than
many other fried foods, a the Immer
sion of the egg-coated - croquette Into
the hot fat Quick'- hardens th surface
and prevents tb absorption of grease.
An advantage of croquettes as a hot
weather dish ia that most of the work
of preparation can ba don early la the
day, and th finishing for the noon or
evening meal will then take but a few
minutes. ' . , , ,
For frying us lard, eottolene, or a
mixture of fata, as lard, chicken fat
and clarified beef drippings. Croquettes
may be fried in fat that nag been used
for doughnuts or fritters. '
For coating croquettes use stale bread
that haa been , rolled and alt ted, or
crncker crumbs, and an egg and water
mixture of two tablespoons of , water to
an sgg beaten until it is no longer slip
pery, yet is not frothy.
- Salmon Croquettes Make ' a thick
sauce of One cup of milk, two level
tablespoons butter, four and one-half
tablespoons of flour, and one-fourth tea
spoon salt, cooked together tilt smooth.
When done stir In one and one-half cups
cold cooked salmon mashed line with a
fork and seasoned with salt, pepper, cay
enne, a few drops or lemon juice ana a
teaspoon chopped parsley. Spread on a
plate and set away to cooL When cold
shape carefully Into cylinders or cutlets,
roll in bread crumbs till well covered,
then in beaten egg and again In.crumba,
and put Into a frying basket (a few at
a time so as not to cool ths fat) and
cook one minute in fat bot enough to
brown a small pleoe of white bread in
one-half a minute.
Chicken Croquettear On and One-half
eupe cold cooked fowl, or one cup fowl
and one-half cup hot boiled rtre, sea
son -with one-half teaspoon salt, 'ona
teaspoon lemon Juice, one teaspoon
chopped parsley and a little cayenne.
Nix with one cup thick sauce as for sal
mon croquettes. Let cool, then shape,
ess. crumb and frr.
Crab Croquette. Ml3f one and one-
rial r cups or chopped crsb -meat witn
one cup of thick sauce.' season with one
half teaspoon salt, one-fourth teaspoon
mustard, few grains cayenne and two
thirds tablespoon lemon Juice. Finish
ss salmon croquettes, and serve with
tomato aauce In asperate dish.
Tomato Bauoe. Fry a chopped Onion
In two tablespoons butter till yellow,
sdd two tableapoons flour all at once.
stir till It bubbles, then add gradaally
one-half cup of milk, finishing with
one-half cup of strained tomato, in
which a pinch of soda hss been dissolved.-
Season with salt and pepper.
Veal or lrfunb Croquettes Two cups
fpt meat, chopped, season with teaspoon
knit, pepper, cayenne, a few drops onion
lulc.' and two tesspoons chopped pars
ley. Mix with ons cup thick, sauce.
Cool, shape, egg crumb and fry as other
croquettes. , They may bs served with
tome to sauce, made the same as for crab
croquettes except that sit strained to
mato, instead of part milk, is used.
Sweet Potato Croquettes. Ons pint
not sweet potatoes, wen masneo or riceo,
season with sslt, pepper, and 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 crumbs, then In beaten egg, and
Crumbs a rein, fry In basket In deep fat.
- Croquette of vegetable are best
shaped while warm, , r . ,
' Tha headauartsra of she" fntarnaf tonal
Union of Carriage and Wagon, Workrs
ot America wiu anoruy be established
la Washington, CO,
.".'.i ', Baptise.
Arteta Rev. E. A. , Smith. Services.
II a. m. and 8 p. m.i Sunday school, 10
a. m.; B. x. P. U. 7 p. m. -
Third Vancouver avenue ana Knott
streets. Services 11 a m. by Kev. John
Uentsien. Sunday school, 10 am.
Highland Alberta and Sixth streets.
runday school. 10 a, m.i services at,
1 a. m. and 7:46 p. m. by Ksv. A. T. I
Sellwood Tacoma and Eleventh
streets; Rev George A. Learn. Services.
11a. m. and p. m.; Sunday school, 10 I
a. m.i B. X. P. U., 7:15 p. m.
Calvary East Klghin and Grant I
streets. Services, 11 a. m. and T:I0 p. .
m.: preaching by Rev. H. B. blood; Sun- 1
day school, 10 a. m.
imuHtnuel Second and Meade streets;
Rsv. A. B. Mlnaker. Services at 11 a.
m. and 7:45 p. ni., Sunday.
Grace MontavlUa;. Key. Oilman Par
ker. Services at 11a, ra. and T:S0
p. m.: topics, "The Doctrine of Faith"
and "The IMvine Origin of the Bible."
. Central East Twentieth, and Aakeny
streets; Rev. W. T. Jordan. Services at
10:80 a. m.; Sunday school.' It m.
University Park Rsv. A. a Walta.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.i services. 11
a. m. and p. m.; missionary program
by children; evening topic,. "A Sight
Worth Beholding." 1 . ,M
First The White Temple, Twelfth
and Taylor streets: Rev, J. Whltcomb
Broughsr, D. IX Services, 10:10 a. m,
and :46 p. m. Dr. Jobn Roach btraton
of Baltimore will preach; toplca, "Prao-
tlcal Holiness- ana ine via uoo jor
the New Age"; Bible school, 11:10 p.m;
young people's meeting, 0:10.
Bunnysias tuermani wrcy-ur
atreet and Hawthorns avenue; Rev. C
Feldmeth. Preaching. 11 a. axi Sunday
school, :4I a. m. .
St. Johns (German) Rev. Feld
methi Preaching I p. m. Sunday school
S p. m. f
Second Seventh and East Ankeny
streets; Rev.- Henry B. Hudson.'- Berv
ices at 10:10 a, mr and ?;46 p. m.
Savler-Street Between Twenty-Srst
and . Twenty-second - streets. Services
10 a, m.; Sunday school. 0 a. m.
St. Johns E. A. Leonard. Sarrioes,
11 a. m. and I S p. m.; Sunday school,
10 &. m.
Chinese Mission StlH ' Oak street.
Sunday school, 7 p. m.i preaching in
Chines, t p. m.
First Oermrn Fourth and .Mill
streets; Rev. J. Krstt. Services 11 a.
m and MO (. m.i Sunday chooH:4
Second ' 3erman Jorr1s Btreet " nd
Rodney avenue; Rev., F. Bueermana
Services, 11 a m. and T:!0 p. m.; Sun
day school. t:45 a. m.
East Forty-fourth Strt Mission .
Corner Esst Main) Rsv. B. C. Cook.
Servioes, 11 a. m. and ISO p. m.; Bible
arhnol. IA a m. -
Lents Ninth avenue, at horn 6f Wll-
Uam Kneeland. Servlcea at :o s. m.
Mount Olive Seventh and Everett;
Rev. B. B. B. Johnson. Services at 11
a. m. and 8 p. m. ' '
Swedish Hoyt and Fifteenth: Rev.
Brick Scherstrom. Servlcea 10:41- a.
m. and 7:45 p. m.; Sunday school, 11 m.i
B. Y. P. U.. :80 p. m. - .
Union Avenue Mission (Swedish)
Corner Bkldmore. Sunday . school, 10
a. m. , . " ...
Fresbyteriaa, . .
Flrswrwelfth and - Alder streets;
Rev. William Hiram Foulkes. Services
at 1:0 a m. and 7:46 p. m.; Rev. Wil
liam Foulkes, D. ' D.. Of Ksnsaa City
will preach; topics, "A Workman Not
Ashamed" and 'The Parting Message."
Mlspah East Thirteenth and Powell
streets; Rev. Jerome R. McQlad. D. IX
Service at 10:80 a. m. , Professor R. T.
Warren will preach, t
Calvary Eleventh and Clay streets;
Rsv. Ben-Ezra Stiles Ely Jr., D. D.
Services at 10:10 a. m. and 7:46 p. m.
Rsv. Boudlnet Seeley of Germantown,
Pennsylvania, will preach ; topics, "Eleo
tlon" and "Abraham, the Called of God."
Fourth First and Glbbs streets; Rev.
John R. Welch.- Services, 10:80 a. m.
and 7:41 n m.; Sunday school,, 18 m.;
Y. P. S. C E :30 p. m.
Hawthorns Park Twelfth and Esst
Taylor streets; Rev. E. Nelson Allen.
Services, 10:30 a m.; Sunday school, 11
m.; Y. P. S. C. E., 7 p. m.
Forbes Sellwood Btreet and Oan ten -4uiln
avenne: Rev. Harry H. Pratt. Serv
ices at 11 a. m. ana : P, m.; cunaay
school, 10 a. m. . ' ' ' ' .
- piedmont Cleveland avenue and Jar
rett Btreet; Rev. U Myron Bposer. Serv
lcea at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p.. m.; Sunday
school. 18:11 P. rn. . - M
Westminster East Tenth and Weid
ler streets; Rev. Henry I- Marcotts,
Services st 10:30 a. m, and 7:46 P. m.;
Sunday school, II m. .
Fulton Rev. A. H. Burkbolder. Sun
day school ws-ll a. m-i Christian En
deavor, 7 p. m.i asrvice, T:4S p. m.
- Marshall-Street Marshall . and North
Seventeenth streets; Rev. C. W. Hays.
Sunday school, 10 a m.: preaching at
11 a. m.i T. P. S. C. E-, :46 p. m.
Mount Tabor Belmont street and
Prettyman avenue; , Rsv. Edward M.
Sharp, pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and
t p. m.; Sunday school st 10 s. m.
Sellwood Corner Esst Seventeenth
and Spokane avenue. Services at 11 a.
m. and lp.tn-1 Sunday school, 10 a. m.
rhrt.nan Kndeavor. 7 D. m. ,
. Third East Thirteenth and Pine
streets; Rev. Andrew J. Kontgomerr,
pastor. Services at 10:30 a. m, and 7:4
P' Vernon East Twentieth and Wygant
rimti Services at 11 a. m. and 7:10
p. m. by Rev. G. A, Blair; Sunday
School, 11 m. ' ' ' ' ' y,
Montavtlla Rev. 3. A- P. MoOaw,
a.-ui t it a. m. and 7:30 B. m.
Millard Avenue Sunder school. 10 a
m.; services, a. m. m e v. w
- Ksthodlse. l-
' Taylor-Street Dr. Francis Burgett
Short; Rev. K. M. HllL acting paator.
. i... i-it a. m.: aervlcea. 10:30 a. m.
i iL t. m. : topics. "Ke wards Found
In Unsuspected places" and "Ths Toung
voman o j - -' - , vM
League, 6:30 p. rn. -
Bunnyslde Eaat Yamhill atreet, be
tween rLBl i",rl"H t ",rvr
i.ih urMti: T. B. Ford. Services 10
a m. and -7:80 p. m-i Sunday school.1
"at. Johna r. t Toung.r Services 11
al m. and I P, ra. Sunday school, 10
a rn. . ,,r . i .t-.nM
E. H. Bryant. Services at 11 s. m, and
'cntsmsry Ninth' and Pine, - W. H.
u.r.n. Servioes 11 a. m. and 7:30 n. m,
Trlnltv Corner of East Tenth And
Grant: Lewis F. Smith. Services at
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school.
10 a, m. i ,!-.-
f.ntra.1 Russell and Kerbr streets: J.
T. Abbott. .Services st 11 a. m. and 7:30
-Chinese Mission Chsn Blng JCat
Servlcea Ham. and 7:30 p. m.
Mount Tabor James Moor. Servioes
at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. '
Patton Michigan avenue and Carpen
ter, H. T. wire, cervices at 11 a.
nA 9-10 n. m. , '
Vancouer Avenue Bervloea at 11 a.
n, -nit 7:10 n. m.
Woodlawn Rev. S. "H, Dewart Ser
vices st 11 a, m. ana : p. nv -
Woodstock Rsv, W. T. Krr. Ser
vices at 11 a. m. and T:so p. rn.
Norwegian-Danish Thirteenth - and
Davis; c. J. iaraen. . cervices at 11 a
m. snd 7:30 p. -m. y , .
Swedish Borthwlck and Beach t Rev.
Johnson. Services 11a. m. and 7:80
p. m. ' 1 '
First Oerman Fifteenth and Hoyt, O,
A. Wsass. Services at 11 a, m. a,nd
I .9 V p. TO. " ' ,
RwaM riai'iiiani Wfinfrtn Wa-
H. B. Mssa Services at 11 a. m. anj
7:30 p. m.
Japanese " Mission lit North Fif
teenth. Services at 11 s. m. and 7:30
p. m. -
University Park Rsy D. A, Watt era
Services st 11 a m. and 7:30 n. m.
Grace Corner Of Twelfth and Taylor
streets; . Clarence True Wilson. 1). V.
services at iw:v a. m. ana 7:4S p. m.
Rsv. Charles T. Mcpherson will preach:
toplca, "Rank In the Kingdom of
Heaven - ana tjur commission"; Sun
day school, 12:16 p. m. , -.
-'. t Bpiaoopal. ' ',.:' t ;
Pro-Cathedral of St Stephen the Mar
tyrThirteenth and Clr street; Rsv.
H. M. Ramsay. . Communion, 7:30 a m.;
services 11 a m. snd 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
school, t:il a m.
Trinity Nineteenth - and' Everett
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Cor. Morrbois Cb Second SU.
etreetsi Dr. A. A. Morrlsoa. Servlcea.
8 a m., 11 a m. and p. m, lr. Mor
rlsoa will officiate morning and evening-.
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St. ravtdB 'East Twelfth and Bel
mont streets: Rev. George B. Van Wat.
srs, D. D. Communion, 8 a. m.: morn-
, . . . n V a,1M-
ns yrmjrcr ino nriuun, Aft wv-, -
day achool, a. m.; evening prayer
and sermon, C o'clock.
All Saints Twenty-second and Reed
streets. Sundav school. io a. m.l even
ing service, 8 o'clock.
a iiAn.BfttTnivril Park; Rev.
VT.m. Powell. Bervloea 11 a. m.l Sua-
day school, 10 a. m- - - ' - .
uooa Biispnera penwooo nri
Vancouver avenue, Albtna; Rev. John
raw.AM . a.,nv u-hnni Sraa a. - m.:
morning service, 11 o'clock, .
St. Pauls Woodmerej G. 1 Parksr,
lay reader. Services at 11 a. ml Sunday
BUilOVi, W iQ ak Ul. m . ,
- Bt. Mattnsws Fvat ana wniim
streets; Rev. W. A. M. Breck. Com
munion, 7:80 a. m.; sermon, 11 a m.
The, Church of Our Savior Wood
stock. , Servlcea, , 11: a. m.; Sunday
school 10 a. m.
St Mark's COTne ef Nineteenth and
. . i t . . T .u T V U QlmlualL
Comraunlon, 8 a. m. and 11 a. m.; even-
aviis, w. ua.
St. John' Memorial Sellwood: Rev.
W. R. Powell. . . Services and sermon.
11 a, m.; Sunday achool,. 10 a. m. -
?-.-;.-..'.. OoagTegatianal. !..'-;;
University Park 1018 Haven avenue;
Rev. D. B. Gray; services at p. m.
preaching by Rsv. hi. S. Bollinger, Bun
day school, 10 a. m.; Y. P. S. C &. T P-
Laurel wood Rev. JD. B. Gray. Serv
ice at 11 a. m.: preaching by Rev. E.
B. Bollinger; Sunday school 10 a. m.; Y.
P. S. C. K., Ip. n. . '
Mlaalaalnol Avenue Mississippi ave-
AUe-awd Fremont street; Rev. William
ll Cpehaw. Services it a. nv snd 8
?. m.: Sunday scnooi una sa., variv
lan Endeavor, 7 p. m. . '
Bunnyslde Comes of East Taylor and
East Thirty-fourth street; Rev. J. I.
etaub. Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.;
Sunday school, 10 a nv; Senior Chris
tian Endeavor,- 7 p. m. ; -
Hassalo Street Eaat Seventh and
Hassalo; Rev. Panl Rader. Services
10:80 a. m. and 7:4t p. m.: Sunday
achool, II m Christian Endeavor, t.ii
'"First Madison and Park! Rev. Dan
iel Stover, assistant pastor. Services
10:80 a. m. and 7:4S p. nv; Rev. John
W. Bradahaw. Topics, "A Passing Re
mark of Jesus." and "The Successful
Life"; Sunday school. 11:11 p. m.; Y.
P. 8. C. K-. 8:45 p. m.
- Highland East Sixth street north and
Frescott; Rev. EV 8. Bollinger. Serv
ices at 11 a. m. and 7:48 p. ra., Rsv. D.
B Gray will preach. Sunday school, 10
a m.j Y. P. B. C K., 0:46 p. m. :
St. Johns Rsv. G. W. Nelson.. Serv
ices, 11 a m. -and p. nv; Sunday
school, 10 a. m. -(.-
Swedish Immanuel Nineteenth and
Irving Btreeta Services, 11 a. m. and I
Norwegian Synod East Tenth - and
Grant streets; Rev. O. Ha roe. Sunday
school-0:80; services at 11 a. m. and I
p. m.i Y. P. a. Tuesdsy at 8:1 p. m.
Betanla Danish Union aveau and
Morris street; Rev. Gudmund Grill.
OTriM 11 a m rA ft n. tn.
V Jamee' English west Park and
Tairrann atreeta: J. Allan Lees. Serv
tftm 11 a. m . conducted bv . Paul C
Kunsman of Philadelphia; Sunday
school, 10 a. m. - - .,
St Johns Peninsula avenue and Kll
patrtck street; C. Buecben. Services at
8:00 p. m.
. Norweaiaa - 41 North Fourteenth
s ) U Narvlna Rarvtces at 1 1
a m. and 7:80 p. m.; Sunday school. 0:4
a rn. - . - - '
St. Paul's German Cast Twelfth and
Clinton streets; Rev. A. Krauae. Serv
ices at 10:80 a, m. ana p. nv; Sunday
arhnnl. S-2A a m.
Trinity German ""(Missouri Synod)
Corner Williams avenue ana eeuwooa
street; J. A. Rlmbach. Services at 10
. A . . . . v. ..ft n
Zlon's German (Missourt Synod)
Chapman and Salmon streets; w, .
Behrena Services at 10:18 a. m.J Sun
dav achool 0:18 a. m.
U Swedish AjiaTistana Rodney avenue
and Stanton street; Rev. ti h. l oan;
services 10:40 a ra. ana t:ib p. m.; sun
day school,. 0:46 a, nv , .
' Central-r-Eaat Twsntleth and East
rjaimon sxreeiaj nev. mviu.i.
Services, 10:4 a. m. and p. m, top
ics, "Th Tragedy of a Soul5 and "Our
Advocate"; sunuay aonooi, ta m., wuw
C. E., 0:45 p. m. .
Rodney-jVsnue Rodney avenne and
Knott street; Rev. r. Birno nooinson.
ci 1 tA.if m m.. and S n. m. !
Dei . ivr, . v ,v- ' , r
communion at mointn BrvJo: toplca
Th inpltllltIon, and MTh .Obedient
Chrltf; Bible echool at :46 m-; X
C3-. cTevlakak In PtalTI sit TTbMTI
P.rk, 11 a. nv and 8 p. nv; Sunday
scnooi, io a m. '
Woodlawn-Servlcs st 11 a. m. and I
p. -rn.; Sunday Bchool, 10 a rn.
t-.rlr- and Columbia
Streets: Rsv. K 8. Muekley. Services,
11 a. m. snd 7:41 p. m.i topics "The
Soul' Pension lor Forgiveness," and
"Things Money Cannot Buy"; Blbls
school, 10 a m.; C B. 0:4 p. m. -
Advent Kecond street, between Ball
and Lincoln. Services st 11:80 a, nv
snd 7 p. m. punoay scnooi, a. m.
VaiOed Uvangelloat . ..
Flrt Corner East Tenth and B bar
man streets. Rev. A. A. Winter, HI a
m., Bunaay scnooi: services i. -
innl. A mtnAv Af Ralaflm"; tinlnn aavw
vioes. Hawthorn park. 8:80 p. m.
Second Fargo and Kerb streets:
Rev. B. B. Hughea pastor. Sunday
school It a, nv; servioes ll a nv ana
8 p. m. . ..
' St. John's Tvanho and John Otreets:
Rev?Cheter Psul Galea Prachln 11
m, DUIIU7. m.uw m M w.
vkiav nrMB Oiv atreet and Wil
lamette boulevard: Rev. J. Bowersox.
... n , . - a e.a m
m. ; morning sermon by Rev. W. S. Plow-
' Bvanrelioal Assoclatioa. '
" First Ensllsh East Sixth and Mar
ket ctreeta; 8. A. Slewert. pastor. Serv
ices, ll a rv; Sunday school. 10 a. ra. -
First German vomer Tsntn ana t;iay
streets; Theodore Bchauer, paator; ser
mon at 10:48 a. m. and 7:41 p. nv Sun
day school 1:80 a. nv . -
Memorial East Eighteenth and Tlh
betts; L- C Hoover, pastor. Preaching
at 11 a. en. and I a. nvj Sunday school
' .':' ' sTplzttaallal :
The Ministers' and Mediums Protect
ive Spiritual association holds Sunday
servicee At p. nv in W- O. W. hall.
Eleventh street, between -Alder and
Washington. - Lecture by Rev. R. E.
Coon: messsgee by Mrs. Sophia B. Selp;
strangers welcome. . . ... -
First Spiritualist Sool.ty Ablnrton
halL Conference at 11 a. nv; subject.
How Much. Wealth Doe a Man Need!"
y: -1 L'. Ohrla-tla atotaaa. '" ' ' , "
First cnurcn or unrut, ocionusc
. 1 -K T3 1 tnt YimA rm 1 UArrlann and
Iwnsdale etreeta Services at 11 a m.
close of morning service. Evening ser
vice oniuea aurins fuy nu auu.i.
. 11 I . ci . w . . .
falh f4j.vMi.th slraets. Barvtoae 'at
U a Bbi aubjeot, Boul." i
. ' trmlted Brethren la Cnurlse.
wiM1Taat! irlftjfanth ind Uofrlim
st 11 a m. and 7;I0 p. nv; Sunday
. 1 . .,AMM...a
Radical Sixth and Mechanic streets;
Rev.- C. P. Blanchard. Services. 11 a
ra. and 7:80 p. nv; Sunday school, 10
a- .V .; y : ' .
' TJmltaa sralrtar1aa, '-, 1 ' .
- Church of - th . Strangers Wasco
Btreet and Grand avsnue; Rev. S. Earl
DuBola - Services at 11:48 a. nv-aad
8:00 o. m. Services for mutes vry
Sundsy morning. Sunday school, IS m.
' First Hikm sna atoms-ornery streets;
Rsv. A. W. Wilson. Services at 10:80 a.
nv and 1:4i p. nv; Sunday-school 11 nv
ITtalsailaa, !?? -i.
Church of Our Fathr Corner ot
Yamhill and Seventh street; Rev. W.
G. Eliot Jr.; Rev. T. L. Eliot. D. D,
minister emaritua Service at 11 a m.
Rev. Fred Alban Well will preaoh, toplo
"Untried winga- - . .
f"'f':z'r trsh-isiiiii': , :
Church af th Good Tidings !ast
Couch and Eaat Eighth streets; Rev. . -J.
D.. Corby. Sermon at 10:48 a, m.
Topic, "Th Practical Power of Praya.'" :
Sunday achool at 11 m, (
First Germ en Tenth - and Stark
streeU; O, Hafner. Servioes at 10:41 ;-'
a. nv ana p. nv
'- K. B. 9hMh 'enrt-a, - -v.r
171i Second atreet; Rev. B. F. Mowre. "
Services at 11 a. ro. and p. m.l topics, v
"Immortality" and "Tenth Command
menf Sunday school, 10 a. nv; Ep
worth league, 7 p. nv -
-J. itiBallaatoB, '. ' '.
Th Christian and Missionary alll
snc Sixth and Mam streets; Rev. C.
D. Sawtella Services at 10:80 a, nv.
Sunday school at 11:18 p. m. -
Universal Nw Thought Assembly-
A. O. U. W. hall, Wsshlngton, between -Tenth
and West Park streets. Lectures
at 11 a. nv and 8 p. nv , . .
Latter-Day ' Saints Holds aervleeev
every Sundsy ' In Allsky hall, corner
Third and Morrison streets st 11:80 a. . t
nv and 7:10 p. nv Sunday school at 10 '
am. - - ',- '
Psalel Mission Rev. K. A. Ross of .
Los Angeles will speak at 144 First
sueet every night this wsek. ' r
Church of ths Nasarene; A. O. Hen
ricks. Services Ham. and 7:80 p. m.i '
Sunday school 10 a, mr, holiness meet-' .
ing 8 p.'m. -
Olive Branch Mission 888 First,,
street; services sverv night at o'olock;
Sunday school at 1:8: followed by reg- '
ular servlcea at 1 a. nv; A- Wells, sup
erintendent ' ' ' .
Mlllenlal Dawn 43. A. R. halL north
east corner Second and Morrison streets. -Servlcea
at 1:80 p. nv - '
SwedenborglanFortland New Church
society. Alder street near EleOwnthi 11
a m Rev. Hiram Vroomaa, subject,
"A Spiritual Battle.!". -
Y. M. C. A. Popular Bible class for ,
men at 8:80 p. nv, led by H. Wiavla '
All men Invited.
Church of . God 01 Tenth street.
North, Rev. 3. R. Mulls, pastor; J. ML
Go ran. teecher, Servicee at I p. m, and -
p. m. Sunday. Saturday. p. m.: 1a- ...
ters' teaching; services at 8 p. nv Tuea-
'vT'ft v'. Example of Vaalty.' " : ''
i; From tha Indianapolis Star.' ' , 7.
. Apropos of vanity, Secretary Root
told about a politician wbo, th day
before he waa about to make a ear -lain
speech, sent a forty-one page re
port of It to all tha pepera On page
10 appeared this paragraph i .. .
"But ths hour arrows lata, and I must
elosa ("No. nol Go on I Go ont")
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