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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. SATURDAY EVENING. AUGUST 31. 1807,
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Oearhart Park .P. J. Struck
Hot Lake liot Lake Sanitarium
aside....... "!... ...... Lewie A Co.
WUhoit Spring ;... W. Mol-eraa
WASHINGTON RESORTS. ,
Carson Springs )'.
Boyd a: Son and Mlnsral Springe Hotel
Caacade Springs, ..Thomas Moffelt
-Collins Springs..., C. T. Belchar
Jlwaeo Louis Cohan
Marshall Fottcnger and G. A. Smith
Nahcotta ..H. 3. Brown
Oosan Park. ...... ..Matthsws Thedford
feavlew . .....Frank B. Strauhal
ha Breakers.. .....Tha Breakera Hotal
. TONIGHT'S AMUSEMENTS.
Marquam Grand. "Tha Carnival of Love"
Grand ....... u...... Vaudavllls
Lyrlo "Tha Olrl From Texaa"
Bur A Daughter of tha South"
Tha Oaks...... i..' O. W. P. Carlin
. IMjsiiot generally known that bitum
na0m coal has been found within- 41
Ule of Portland and tha Orsron Dia
mond Coal. Mining and Developing com-
fiany, Worcester building are now slnk
ng a shaft to mine a flvs foot veto
of good coaL 'The product of this com
pany whose affairs are being managed
by business men will not be sold to
the coal trust, but direct to the con
sumer. Special to the Oregonlan, Aug
ust (1 says: Reports Indicate the con
struction of a railway 11ns Into ths
Boo Us Mills country, tapping rich de
posits of coal i at Scotts Mills, and
lime at Marquam. Another report says:
A five-foot vein of good bituminous
coal that setts in Portland for 18 a
ton has been struck at Bcotts Milts.
Ths shaft Is down about CO feet. The
company has leased 1,000 acres of coal
land upon a low royalty basis, and owns
splendid water power. Machinery has
been Installed and buildings erected. A
limited number of shares of their sto"k
can bs purchased at 24 cents . a share,
par valus $1. - , ,i v
Ths Norwegian Luthsran church has
complained to ths city authorities of
the unsafe condition of ths (rams build
ing occupied by ths Psolflo Soenlo stu
dio at f ourteenth and Couch streets.
Chief-Campbell, Firs Marshal Roberts
and Building Inspeotor Bpenoer have
mads an examination of tha structure
and reported to ths executive board that
the building ought to com down or bo
strengthened. The Norwsglan church
' is on sn adjoining lot and ths trustees
are afraid that ths studio building,
which has a frame tower, will fall over
1 on tha church. This is not the first
complaint that las been mads against
this structurs. and "it is probable that
the owners will b forced to tsar It
104 prises will bs given free to ths
104 persona who guess tha nearest num
ber of attendance to the Grocer's Purs
Food show,- old Exposition building,
September t to September 14: $& in
V. B. gold coin. I cases Golden Grain
i Granules Cereal coffee and 100 pack
ages (orders on grocers.) Writs your
guess to- eav Blaanw, II Front street,
Portland. Oregon, or register at Golden
Grain Granules booth at ths show,
where .this 100 per cant pur cereal
coffee. is served free. ,
' Rev. Thomas Brown, provincial of ths
Redemptorlst order of the St. Louis
provinces, announces as a result of his
recent visit that a church and school
will be built in ths Holy Redeemer par
iah at Piedmont. . It Is expected the
new church will bs ready for the Christ
mas mass. Plans for ths building have
been prepared by Architect Joseph Ja
cobberger. It will cost 11,000. Rev.
Mr. Brown was moat favorably Im
pressed with Portland and its possibili
ties and was anxious for his order to
have a handsome home In this city.
Rsv. Charles G. Richards, of Sterling.
Illinois, will fill tha pulpit of ths First
Presbyterian church both morning and
evening tomorrow. His sermons will be
in ths nature of a special Labor day
Service. Ths toplo for ths morning
service will be "The Hidings Of Divine
. Power." In the evening he will have
as a subject "The Call end Inspiration
for Life's Common Task." -
On account of ths Labor Oar celebra
1 tion at Portland and the Oaks on Mon-
. day. Septamber I, a special train to all
points on the O. W. P. Sprlngwater
division to and including casaaero win
). Jlrst and Alder streets at 10:40:
leave the Oaks 11 p. m. This service
wilt enable passengers to remain for the
fireworks display at, ths Oaks In ths
avsning. ... , ; . '
, . Water through hose ' for sprinkling
yards or sidewalks or washing porehss
or windows must bs paid for In advance
and need onlv between tna hours of I
' and ft a. m., and C and p. m. It must
not be used for sprinkling streets, if
used contrary to these rules, or waste
fuJly. It will bs shut off.
. - Trolley sxourslons tomorrow to upper
. Clackamas river points. - Fare to and In
eluding Estacada, 71 cents round trip.
Tickets must be purchased on sale in
waiting room, nrst ana Aiaer streets
after 7:1a this avenlnr. Cera leave 7:18
a . r a. ait ..an w i n
la, jr.eu, ii.bv w i.,vi .-w v,
lft p. m. uinner at itotei usta-
Ths funeral of W. J. Rooner. -late
member of 'company G. Second Oregon
volunteer infantry, .will be held from
Flnley's uhdeaisklng parlors at I p. m..
ttunaay, nepiemoer a. interment at soi
dlers' Blot. Rivervlew cemetery. Ex-sol
dlere. sailors, military friends and
friends of ths deceased are invited, to
attend. , . ,t
' Steamer Jesse Harkina. for Camas,
Waahousal and wav landlnaa. dallv ex
cept Sunday. Leaves Washington strsst
ock Hip. m.
Through an error tha announcement
of ths opening of Professor Rlngler's
' ea n
Second and Columbia. -'
Tipbons Main I.I.
Dancing Academy waa made to read
Tuesday, September 1. when it should
bavs .read Tuesday, September t, as it
now appears. Enrollment now open for
both the physical oulturs classes , and
the dancing academy. . .
Barry Lsnts, known ' as ths -Bean
Brummel burglar, was arraigned before
Judge Cleland In the circuit court this
morning charged with stealing from
the dwelling of B. H. Levy at 781 Love
joy street on August 14 - silverware
worth 1394. Lents entered a plea of
not guilty.' The date of his trial was
not fixed, owing to the abssnos of his
attorney from court.
. Articles of incorporation of ths Ore
gon Borax company were filed In ths of
fice of County Clerk Fields this morn
ing by Joseph Gaston and Zell Young
of Portland, Frank L. Young and M. F.
Tufts of St. Johns and A. ft Willis of
Baker City. Capital stock 1300,000.
Though he was bound over to ths
grand' Jury on the charge of perjury con
cerning the age of a horss, W. H. Smith
will not bs prosecuted. Deputy Dis
trict Attorney H. B. Adams this morn
ing filed in the circuit court a not true
information in the cass and had Smith's
bondsmen exonerated. - . :
Harry Smith, who was accused of
stealing 170 from ths of flee of ths Reg
ulator line on December il was die
missed this morning by Deputy District
Attorney n. a. Adams, wno ruea in
the circuit court a not true information.
Smith waa released from custody.
" Excursion Cascade Locks Ths Reg
ulator line stsamer Capitol .City will
make ths trip to Cascade Locke and re
turn Bunaay BeptemDer l. leaving fort.
land I a. m., returning about p. m.
Fare for too round trip fit meals too.
Ths following articles were found on
streetcars yesterday: One satchal, t
&rlps, packages, f umbrellas, I lunch
asketa, i pips, 1 pair glasses, 1 pair
gloves, uwners can at room , o w. r .
Duuaing, First ana Aiasr , streets.
Burr L Basis of Nshalem filed a pe
tition in bakruptcy in ths United Stales
district c4urt this morning, in which
his liabilities were Disced at t.4l and
hs assets at 1100. Heals is a merchant
in ths Tillamook county city.
Articles of incorporation of ths Madi
son Park Investment company were
filed in the office of ths county clerk
this morning by William L. Morgan,
William F. Fleldner and S. Henry Mor
gan, vapitai autcK 1 1 a.vvv.
. Ths exhibition of Indian baskets and
curios at ths Museum of Art. corner
of Fifth and" Taylor streets, will be
open to toe puDiio tree, on Monaay, nep-
temoer t, xrora i to a o ctoca.
' Abigail Scott Duniway, president of the
Kqual Huirrage aasociaijon, ta out oi
tha eltv. attending the state suf f rase
convention and the regular monthly
meeting of the local organisation will,
thersfors, hs omitted.
Trolley trips , to Oregon City and
Canemah Park, 4 cents round trip.
Cars leave ticket office and' waiting
room. First and Alder streets, svery IS
minutes from 4:26 a. m.
Ths examinations for library assist
ants will be held in the Portland publlo
library on Tuesday, September 14. Can
didates will plesse apply to ths librarian
before September 10.
Do It now. Order your Wei oh An
thracite ooaL Delivery October and
November, independent Coal company,
successors to Holmes Coal k Ice corn-
Offices for Rent.-A few cholos of
fices for rent Apply to The Title Guar
antee 4 Trust company, 140-144 Wash
ington street, corner of Seoond. -
. . i ri '. I ,
- Excursion to Astoria Regatta, 'Steam
er Telegraph leaves 7 a. m. , TJckets,
round trip, 11.00. Good from Aug. - Ota
to Sept 7 th,, Alder street dock. ....
' Rev.' John Ovall of ths Oregon Anti
saloon league will speak in the Congre
gational church at Scappooss tomorrow
morning at 11 O'clock.
Navajo Indian blanket. Ill Sixth St.
, Alsska Indian baskets. Ill Sixth St.
Eastman kodaks. 111 Sixth street. .
Woman's Exchange, ltl Tsnth street,
lunch 11:10 to I; buslnsss men's lunch,
Aoms OH Co. sell safety coal oil and
fins gasoline. Phone Bast 711; B-1007..
Dr. Csssedsv, noas, throat, eye and
ear. Glasses fitted. Dekum bldg. .
Diamonds, Watches Beck's, 101 Alder
D. Chambers, optician. 111 Seventh.'
Berger signs 114 Yamhill phene.
Bark Tonio for rhsumatiam, .
For ics call Main 114 or A-IHt Ioe
Delivery company, til Stark st
Alex Thomson. 3. T. Bibb. 3. D.
Armstrong, of Taooma, and Alek Killer,
of North Yakima, Washington, all
prominent grain man ars at ths Port
land hotal. -
The earning, period of a man's
life is his season"f plenty his
harvest time. It is then, if ever,
that he must lay by stores for
LIFE'S WINTER. You-rwhat
are YOU doing with the pro
ceeds of your harvest? Do you
waste it all-or are you wisely
savin g a part ? These are perti-
nent questionsnot impertinent.
"Let us help, you, to 'save. Make
this bank your" "granary" and
keep safe the golden results of
your . industry. Best of all it will
pay you 4 per cent interest.
' ' Baptist. i '--
Avlata T V. A.' Smith. SsrvtOSS,
11 a. m. and I p. tn.S Sunflny gchool. II
5 ? 7- r.y. I P. m. :, '
streets. Services 11 s. m. and 7:45 p.
m., by Rsv Herbert Kyaer. unaay
school, 10 a. m,
Highland AlberU and Sixth strseta.
Sunday school. 10 a. m.t psrvtcsa at
11 a. m. and 7:4S p. m.i by Rev. A- I
Johnston. . ' -. , ..,,
oenwooa mcgm o "
streets; Rev 'George A.Learn S.rv ces
il i, m, ana p. m. ( duuuss,
&. in.; B. U.. 7:1& P- . n ,
streeta Services. 11 a., J, and ; J
m.: preaohlni by Rsv. H.-U. Blood; Sun
day school, 10 a. m.
immanuei Bcona ana ... 1
"4 T:4I p. m.; Sunday 'school atJO
a. m. lopica, ijiio a t
and "Sore Wounded."
Grace Montavllla; Rev. Oilman Par
ker. Services at 11 a m. , and 7:10
""(Sntral East Twentieth and Ankeny
streeu; Rsv. W. T. Jordan. Services at
i.i on . m . t uv. John Bentslen.
Sunday school, -11 m. -
university nrx nr,' a. . . ,
Sunday school at 10 a. m.; services, 11
a, m. and I p. m.
First Ths Whits Templs, Twelfth
end Taylor streets: Rev. J. Whlteomb
Brougher. D. D. Services, 10:10 a. m,
and 7:46 p. m.; toplca, s'Clty of Angela"
and "The Ideal Workman. Fred But
ler will sing. Evening solo, "Ths Ar
mourer's Song" (from "Kobln Hood ).
Bible school at lt:10 p. m.; young peo
ple's meeting, 8:30 p. m. . .
Sunnyaide (German) Forty-first
street snd Hawthorne" avenue; Rev. C.
Feldmeth. Preaching, 11 a. m. Sunday
school, 1:41 a, m. . - '
St. Johns (German) Rev. C Feld
meth. Preaching I p. m. Sunday school
lecond Seventh and East Ankeny
streets; Rev. Henry B. Hudson. Serv
ices at 10:80 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
- Savler-Street Between T.wenty-flrst
and Twentjr-second streets. Services
10 a. m.j by Rev. Elnathan Sweet. Sun
day school. I a. m. - ' '
St. Johns E. A, Leonard. Services,
11 a. m. and 7:10 p. m.; Sunday school,
Chlness Mission 111 H Osk strset.
Sunday school, 7 p. m.l preaching in
Chlneae. I p. m. - ' ' .
Flrat Gerrorn Fourth snd .Mill
street; Rev. J. Kratt. Services. 11 a.
m. an 7:10 P "- Sunday school. 1:44
a. nv - . . .. - '
Second German Morris street' snd
Rodney avenue; ' Rev. F. Bueermann.
Services, 11 a. m. and 7:10 p. m,; Sun
day school, 1:45 mcn. n-J :
East Forty-fourth Strsst Mission
Corner East Main; Rev. B. C. Cook
Services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.J Bible
school, 10 a. m. .
Lents First avanus and Foster road.
Sunday . school, 10:10 a. m.; services,
11:30 a. m.
Mount Olive eleventh and Everett:
Rev. B. B. B. Johnson.. Services at 11
a. ra. and I p. m.
Swsdlah Hoyt and Fifteenth; Rer.
Brick Bcherstrom. Servioes. 10:41 a,
m. and 7:45 p. m.l Sunday school, 11 m.;
B. Y. P. U., 1:10 p. m.
Union Avenue Mlsnlon "(Swedish)
Corner Skidmora. Sunday school. 10
a, m. ;. v ,
Flrjrt Twelfth and Alder strests;
Rsv. William Hiram Foulkes. 10:10 a.
m., Ths Hidings of Divine Power" and
3:45 p. m "Ths Call and Inspiration
for Life's ' Common ' Task." Sunday
school, 11:10 p. m.
. Mlspah East Thirteenth and Powell
streets; Rev. Jerome R. McGlade. D. D.
10:30 a. m., "World Ownership"; 7:45
p. m "The Relation of the Kingdom
of God to Affairs." -
Calvary Eleventh and Clay strseta;
Rev. Ben-Ezra Stiles Ely Jr., D. IX
lo-Xn a. m.. "Ths Misflfonanr Need":
7:45 p. m., "Thoughts That Make Us
and Thoughts That Ws Make." Miss
Margaret Lamberson, organist. -
Fourth First and Gibbs strsets; Rer.
John-R. Welch. ' 10:10 a. m, "Ths
Church and Labor,'! and 7:10 p. m., at
Hawthorne Park Twelfth and East
Taylor streets; Rsv. E. Nelson Allen.
Services, 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday school, ll m.; Y. P. S. C. E., 7
Forbes Sellwood street and Ganten
bein avenue; Rev. Harry H. Pratt. Serv
ices at 11 a, m. and 7:10 p. tn.; Sunday
school, 10 a. m. .
Chlneae 1454 First street; servioes,
7:46 p. m.; Bunday school. 1:45 p. fin.;
young people's msetlng, 1:45 p. m. ' ;
Piedmont Cleveland avenue and Jnr
rette street; closed during August.
Westminster East Tenth and WflJ
ler streets; Br. Henry Marcotte.
Preaching. 11 a. m. and,7:45 p. m.; Sun
day school, noon; Y. P. 8. C. E-. :45
n Tn. .
Fulton Services tltidsr direction of
Marshall-8treet Marshall and North
Seventeenth streets; Rsv, C W. Hays.
Sunday school. 10 a. m.: preaching at
11a. m "God's Great Purpose for the
World"; at 7:30 p. m., "Tho Church's
Contribution to ths Solution of ths La
bor Problem. - '
Mount Tabor Belmont street "and
Prettyman avenue; Rev. Edward M.
Sharp, pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and
I p. m.; Scnday school at 10 a. m.
Sellwood Cornsr East Seventeenth
and Spokane avenue. Bervices at 11 a.
m. and I p. m.; Sunday school.. 10 a. m.
Chriatian Endeavor, 1 p. m.
Third East Thirteenth and Pins
Streets; Rsv. Andrsw J. Montgomery,
i:30 a. m.. "The Value of Bible
Study"; 7:45 p. m.. "At the Bass of
Oregon's Matterhorn. -
Vernon Esst Twentieth and Wygant
streets. Servioes at 11 a. m. and 7:10
p. m. bv Rsv. G. A, Blair; Sunday
school. 11 Tn.
Hope Montavllla; Rev. S. S. White.
Servioes at 11 a. m.; Sunday school, 10
Millard Avenue Rev. A. D. Soper;
Sunday school, 10 a. m.; servlees, 11 a.'
KXla glllU 49 1-
Annabel Services at 11 a. m. and 7:45
p m. during August by Dr. Dunsmors.
Pro-Cathedral of St. Stephen ths Mar
tyr Thirteenth snd Clay streets; Rsv.
H. M. Ramsay. Communion, 7:10 a. m.
services 11 a. m. and 7:10 p. m.; Sunday
school, 1:45 a. m. . ' '
Trinity Nineteenth and, Everett
streets; Dr. A. A. Morrison, Servioes,
a. m-. 11 . m. and I p. m.
St, David's East Twelfth snd Bsl
mont streets; Rev. George B. Van Wat
ers, D. D. sermon. H o'clock; Sun
day school, 1:45 a. m.
All Saints Twenty-second, nnd Reed
strseta Sunday school, 10 a. m.l ovsn
Ing service. I o'clock. - .
St ' Andrews tlnlveraltv Park; Rev.
W. R. Powell. Services 11 a. m.1 Sun
day school, 10 a. m..
tit. Paul Wooiimere: CL Lt Parker,
lay reader. Services at 11 a. m.t Sunday
school, 0:45 a, m. .
. St. Matthsw's nrst and Caruthers
streets; Rev. W. A. M. Brack. Com
munion. J. 10 a. m.; sermon, 11 a. m.;
Rev. Mr. Bernays of Seaman's institute
will preach; Sunday school, 1:41 a. tirT
Ths Church of Our Savior Wood
stock. Services, 11 ft. m.; Sundsy
school 10 a. m. . ... , . '
St. Mark s Comer of Nineteenth and
Qulmbv strests; Rev. J. H H. Slrnpaon.
Communion, I a. mi matins and litany,
ll8t John's Msmorlat Sellwood: Rsv.
W. R. Powell. Services and sermon,
11 a. m.j Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Oood Shepherd Sellwood street and
Vancouver avenue. Albina: Rev. John
Dawann, sector. Holy communion ana
sermon, 11 a. m. No Bunday school or
evening service. v . t" ' '
.. ' Methodist. '
Tsylor-Street Dr. Francis Burgetts
Short; Rev. li M. Hill, sctlng pastor.
Classes. 1:10 s. m.; services. 10:10 a. m.
and 7:45 p. m.. topics. "Ths t'nexpecte.r
fhrlat" and 'The Young Man Who
Found Hlmaslfj Epworth leagua, 1:10
p. m. .
Sunnyaide Fast Yamhill street, bs
tween Kaat Thirty-fifth and , Thirty
sixth Streets; T. li. Ford. Kervloes 11
a. m, and I p. m. SvsnUg sermon.
"John, tha Fearless"; Sunday school, ID
ft. m. . :. ' u .
St. Johns F. L. Young. Servioes 11
a. m. snd. I D. m. Sunday schooL 10
a, m. I .
h-pworth Irving and Twenty-third:
E. 11. Bryant. . Services at 11 a. m. and
7:10 p. m. I
.Centenary Rev. W. H. Heppe, D. D,
Ninth and Pine. Services 10:10 a. m.f
olaas. 1:41 ft. m.r Sunday school, 11:15
'Trinity corner of East Tenth and
Grant; Lewis F. Smith. Bervices at
11 a. m. and 7:10 p. m.T Sunday ohooi,
10 a, m. r
Central Ruaaall and tTarhv atrata; J
T. Abbstt. Services at 11 a, m. and 7:10
Chinese Mission Chan Sing Kal
Servioes 11 a. ta. and 7:10 p. m. -
Mount-Tabor Services at 11. ft. tn.
ftnd 7:30 p. m.
Pat ton Michigan avenue and Carpen
ter, H. T. Wire. Eervloea at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. .
Vancouver Avenuer Services at 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m. fc
Woodlawn Rev. B. H. DewaW. . Ser
vices st 11 ft, m. and 7:10 p. m
Woodstock Rsv. W. T. Kerr. Ser
vices at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. .
Norweglan-Danlah Thirteenth and
Davis: C7 J. 1-arsen. , Servioes at 11 a,
m. and 7:10 p. m.
Swedish Borthwick and Beach; Rev.
Johnson. Services 11a. m. and 7:10
p. m. ....
First German Fifteenth and Hoyt. G.
A. Waasa. Servlcee at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.
Second German Stanton and Rodney,
H. B. Maaa. Services at 11 ft. m. ftnd
7:10 p. m. .
Japanese Mission 111 North Fif
teenth. Services at 11 a, m. and 7:10
University Park Rsv. D. A. Wsttsra.
Services at 11 a m. and 7:10 p.-m.
Gracs Corner of Twelfth and Taylor
streets Clarence True Wilson, D, D.
Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m
topics. "Why Christ Did Not Call ths
Angels." snd "Ths Mysterious Young
Man Who Followed Jesus." '
Sellwood A. D. Wagner, pastor.' Sun
day school 10 a. m.j preaching, 11; Ju
nior Epworth League, 1:30; Senior Ep
worth League, 1:30; preaching, 7:10.
University Park Kit Hsven svenus;
Rev. D. B. Grey: services at t p. m..
preaching by Rev. ,C W. Wells;
ounuay aiHiooi, iv a. m.; x. r. a. J. a,.,
7 p. m.
Laurel wood Rev. T. B. Gray. Serv
ices at 11 a. m., preaching by Rsv. R. A.
Rowley; Sunday school 10- a. nv;
Y. P. 8. C K., 3 p. m.
jnisaiasippi Avenue Mississippi ave
nue and Fremont street: Rev. William
I Upshaw. Services 11 a. m, and I
?i. m.: Sunday school st 10 a. m.; Chris
lan Endeavor, 7 p. m. .
Sunnyeide Corner of East Taylor and
East Thirty-fourth street; Rev. J. J.
Staub. Services at 11 a. m. and! 7:10
p. m., topics, "The Enduring Qualities
of the Christian Soldiers" and "Angel
Ministries in ths Llfs of Christ"; Sun
dsy school, 10 a. m.
Hassalo Street East . .Seventh- and
TTassarorRevPaul Radsr. Church un
dergoing repairs, no services until Sun
day, September t,,r -
First Msdisofland Park. Rev. Dan
iel Btaver, assistant pastor. - Services
10:10 ft. m. and 7:45 p. m.: Bunday
school, 11:11 p., ra.; Y. P. 8. C. E., 1:45
p. m. i .
Highland East Sixth street north and
Presuott; Rev. E. S. Bollinger. Serv
ices at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Sunday school, 10 a. m.; Y. P. 8. C H,
1:45 p. m. '
St. Johns Rsv. i. W. Nelaon. Serv
ices, 11 a. m. and p. m.; Sunday
school, 10 a. m.
Swsdlsh Immsntiel Nlnstsenth and
Irving streets, services. Ham. and S
p. m.; Sunday achool, 1:45 a, m. ,
Norwegian Synod East Tsnth and
Grant streets; Rev. O. Hagoes. Sunday
school. 1:10; services at 11 a. m.
Betanla Danish Union svenus and
Morris street; Rev. Gudmund Grill,
services 11 a. m. and I p. m.
St James' English Wsst Park and
Jefferson streets; J. Allen Less. Serv
Ices 11 a. m.; Sunday-school. 10 a. m.
St. Johns Penftisula aventre-mid Kli
ps trick strset;1, C. Buechen. Services at
1:00 p. m. ' ,- - .
. Norwegian 45 North Fourteenth
street; Rev. 3. M. Nerving. Services st 11
a m. and 7:10 p. ta.', Sunday school.' 1:45
St Paul's German Esst Twslfth and
Clinton streets; Rsv.- A. Krauss. Serv
ices at 10:30 a. m. ana s p. m.; Bunday
school, 1:30 a. m. German grammar
achool dallv from t to II.
Trinity German (Missouri Synod)
Corner Williams avsnus and Bsllwood
street; J. A. Rlmbsch. Services at 10
a, m.; Sunday school, 9:15 a. m.
Zlon'S German (Mlssoutt Synod)
Chapman and Salmon strsets; W. H.
Behrena Services at 10:16 a. m. ; Sun
day school f:16 a. m.
Swedish A u sua tana Rodney svenus
and Stanton street; Rev. C. II. Tolln;
services 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. ; Sun
day school, 1:46 a. m.
' : -X' ; ' Ohrlatlaa.
.' Central East Twsntieth and East
Salmon streets: Rev. J. F.'Ghormlev.
Services, 10:45 a. m. snd I p. m., top
ics. "Temple Building- ana "Kvsry Day
llernes." Sunday school, II ro.; senior
C E.. :46 p. m.
Rodney-Avenue Rodney avenue and
Knott street; Rev. F. Elmo Robinson.
Services at 10:46 a.- m., and t p. m.;
Bible school at 1:45 a. m.; Y. P. S C
E. at 7 p. m. ,
Kern Park Services In new hall, cor
ner Pitt and Mid burn streets. 11 ft. m.
and I p. m.; Sunday school 10 a. m.
Woodlawn Services st 11 s. m. and I
?i. m. by Rev. O. H. Ring of La Grsnde,
oples, ''God's Will and Ours" and "The
Precious Invitation." -Sunday achool, 10
a. m. ,
Flrat Corner park and Columbia
streets; Rev. Fl S. Mucklsy. Services,
11 a. tn. and 7:46 p. m.: topics. "The
Philosophy of Encouragement" and "Bay
Shibboleth"; Bible school 10 a. m.; C.
E. 0:45. p. m.
Advent Second street, between Hall
and Lincoln. Services at 11:30 ft. m.
and 7 p. m.; Sunday school, 10:10 a. m.
- - Vnltsd vangsUoal.
FirstCorner East Tenth and Sher
man strsets. Rev. A. A. Winter. 19 a.
m., Sunday school: services 11 ft. so.
and 7:45 p. m.; 7 p. m., K. L C E.
Second Fargo and Kerby streets;
Rev. B. 8. Hughes, pastor. Bunday
school 10 a...m,; services 11 s m. snd
I p. m.
St John's Ivsnhos and John streets;
Rsv. Cheater Paul Gstes. Preaching 11
a. m.; Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Ockley Green Osy street and Wil
lamette boulevard; Rev. J. Bowersox.
pastor. Bervices, 11 s. m. snd 7:45 p.
m.: Sunday school 10 a. m. K. L, C E.
1:45 p. m. ' ' '.'
mon at 10:45 a. m.. and 7:45 p. m. Sun
day school :30 a. m.
, Memorial East Eighteenth and- Tib
betts; L. C Hoover, pastor. Preaching
at 11 a. m. and I P- ro.; Sunday 'sohoul
10 a. m. v
Ths Minlstsrs" and Mediums' Protect
ive (Spiritual association holds Sunday
services at 7:44 p. m. in W. O. W. ball
Elsventh street, between Alder and
Washington. Address by Re?-Bojhls B.
Selp; topic, "Where We Go and How to
Enter the snence"rvychlo messages by
Mrs. E. H. Bnlllngbam and speaker.
Strangers welcoms. . -
First Spiritualist Society Ablngton
building. Conference at. 11 a. m.; lec
ture on it ledlumahlp by Mlss Congdon
snd Mrs, Rows, followsd by demonstra
tions. . - . - .,." ,.: ."
First Church of Christ, Bclentlst-
Scottish Rite cathedral. Morrison and
Lownsdala strsets. Services at 11 ft. m.
snd I p. m.; subject,, "Man : Sunday
school at close of morning ssrvlcs. Wed
neslay meeting 1 p. m. A
Second Elks" temple, Stark, between
Sixth ftnd Seventh strssts. Bervloee at
11 a. m. and I a. m. toplo, "Man." Wed
nesday meeting I p. m. . 1
VtA ted Brethren Christ.
Flrat Eaat Fifteenth and Morrison
strsets; Rsv. H. C Shaffer. Services
at 11 ft. m. and 7:19 P- nv; Sunday
school at 10 a. m.
Radical Sixth and Mechanlo streeU;
Rev. C. P. Blanchard. Services, 11 ft.
m. and 7:19 p. m.; Sunday school. 19
a. m. ...... ' . - -...
' ' Vnltsd Presbyterian.
Church of ths Strangers --Wsseo
street ' and Grand avenue; Rev. 8. Earl
Dubois. Services at 11:46 a, ta. and
8.00 p. m. Services for mutes every
Sundsy -morning. Sundsy school, 11 jn.
First Sixth snd Montgomery streets;
Rev. A. W. Wilson, pastor. Servlees st
10:30 a. m. and 7:46 p. m.; Sunday
school. 11 m. ,
Church of Our ; Fathsr Cornsr of
Yamhill and Seventh streets; Rev. W.
O. Eliot Jr.; Rev. T. L. Eliot D. D
minister emeritus. Bervices st 11 a. m.
" tmi versallst, -
Church of ths Oood Tidings East
Couch snd East Eighth streets; Rsv.
J. D. Corby. Sermon at 10:46 a. m.
Topic,-"How to Get the Most Out of
Your Work," a Labor day message.
Sunday school at 11 m. Strangers wel
come. .. , ., . ' ' .
' . ' Befon asd. ' :
First German Tenth and Stark
strsets; G. lUfner Services at 19:46
a. m. and Ij.p. m. ... :, j
acfja. Ohnxoh Sonth. ."C-.?'
' 171H Seoond strsst; Rev. E. F.Mowre.
Services 11 a. m. and p m.; Sunday
rhiuil: la a. m.t En worth lessue. 7
p.m. Evening toplo, "What Is Falthr
a. m, . m, .
.. . r-.r ' i ip ', '
Ths Christian and Missionary Alll
ancs Sixth and Main streets; Rev. C.
D. Sawtelle. Services st 10:10 a. m,
Sunday school st 13:16 p. m, ,
Universal New Thought Assembly
A. O. U. W, hall, Washington, between
Tenth and Weat Park strssts. Lectures
at 11 a. m. andl p. m.
Latter-Day Saints Holds services
every Sunday in Aliaky halt corner
Third and Morrison streets st 11:10 a.
m. and 7:10 p. m. Sunday school at 19
" Mlllenlal Dawn O. A. R. hall, north
east corner Second and Morrison strsets.
Services at 2:30 p. m. '
Swedenborgtan Portland New Church
society. Alder street near Eleventh; 11
a. tn.; Rev. Hiram Vrooman.
Banal Assembly-i-Meets at 161 Yam
hill street. Sunday services, I p. m.
Divlnee , Truth Center Allskv hall.
Third and Morrison streets. Thaddeua
M. Mlnard. pastor. Services. 11 a. m.;
topic, "Realutatlon." H. E. Martin, so
lolst; Sunday school 11 m. . .
GRAND AVENUE LOT
BRINGS BIG PRICE
Corner on East Couch Street
Sells for Eleven Thou-
First English Esst Sixth and Mar
ket streets; 8. A. Slewert, pastor. Serv
ires, 11 a. m. and.! p. nv; topios "The
Chrlstlsn's Privilege end "Our unseen
Selves"; Bunday school, 10 a, m, -
First German Corner Tenth 'and Clay
streets; Theodors Schauer, pastor) ser
., ' Sunday at tha ;
( Twelfth ftnd Taylor Streets.
19:10 A. M. '
Are Angela enor Women t
,"'' 7:45 P. M. "'-.z
-The Idtil iVorkmaaM
t Special Sermon to Labor Unions,
LAST SUNDAY 10 SING '
V com ajut.
"Jt Conrvatlo Custodian
4 Per Cent
For the convenience o
its customers on Satur
day evenings from 6 to 8
1H Second St
Corner Wasklaalon ;
PERA SEASON AT MAl'AM CS
upens Monday Evening, Sept 1. sl'-ii
rum caucromjriAJgi xsr
Matinee Saturday snd Sunrtxv.
Prices 160, 10a, 76c Matinee iao, 0 v
MARQUAM GRAND ,
(Phone Main I.)
Tonight and Sunday Night
MTh Carnival of Lovs";
(A nellcinus Comedx)
Prices 14a, Ho, o.
w'i. KIUG THEATRE ,r,
Sunday, Monday. Tuesday nights, Sept.
1-1-1. ilatinee Labor Day.
The Georgia' Minstrels
pofuuak rnn-i" .
Evening.-16c. 60o, 75c. Matinee, 15c, lc
Seats now aelllng at theatre.
r..: 3 d.m
L 'JLi.Aai. illi
TURK AND OOUQH TRKKTS
PI0I1L wUMMCII RATED '
New hotel, fsess Jefferson Square. . . Two
blocks from Van Neae Ava, the present shop
ping diatriet. Car lines transferring all orer
city, pass deer. Every saeders eonTenienee.
160 roous sinsle er ea suite. 160 private baths.
Ameriesa end Euros n plana. Prices
Sta. Omnibus swats ail trains, -
. . STCWARrtAARKCrt CO.
Ths Botsl 8tewrt Opens Septamber 1st
THt STAR n!Zf aM
. av.v. enrrsj wxic.
; Ths B. X. rrsaoh Stock Co. present
"A. DiVOITM 0 TKB SOTTm."
Matinees Tuesdays, Thtirsdsys. Satur
days snd Sundays at 1:10; prices, 10 and
10 centa. very evening at 1:16; prices,
10, 19 snd 10 csnts. Reserve ssata by
The Grand '.sSSS-
WBH Or AUOUST .
Spsclal Bill of Headllners. Headed by
arrxas aroABTXT s oo,
:. Tha Bltr X as tern Stars. '
Three shows dally, at 1:10, T:4I an4
1:10. Prices remain ths earns.
Hotel "Key Route Inn"
22nd Street and Biojdway
Sunny rooms, private baths, long-dls-tsnoo
telephones, comprssssd air clean
ing, large lobby, oaf e a la carte with
eulalns snd service unsurpassed. For
rates, sto.. addreee
N. S. MULLAN, Manager. -
Formerly Assistant Managsr Palace
. Hotel. San Franclsoo. .
Ths largest realty transaction re
ported yesterday was tha purchase, by
Enos Battanfcourt of tha 19-foot lot
at tho northeast corner of East Couch
and Grand avenue. Tha propsrty be
longed to . Laurence Reynolds, . and
brought 111,000. i,
L. R, Fairchlld Ml purchased tha
house and lot at ths southwsst eorner
of Hawthorne avenue and East Elsventh
street. The holding was owned by Hsr
man Ourband. and sold for 14,000.
Another east side residence that
changed hands yesterday wss ths Al
fred Malston home, at the southwest
corner of Bhaver street end Osntsnbeln
avenue, which was purchased by Adna
Cochran for 11.760. ... ... .
Transfers vslued st 147,111 were filed
for record yesterday.
I)It. BR0UGIIEB IS BACK
FROM LOS ANGELES
rastor of White Tempi Greeted by
Immense Andlences In Call- -fornia
Dr. J. Whlteomb Brougher, pastor of
the Whits Temple, returned yesterday
with Mrs. Brougher from a trip to
Southern California. Ths ; doctor
preached for Bob Burdetta at tha Tem
ple auditorium for three Sundays. Ho
was greeted by immense congregations
on every occasion. The Los Angeles
pspers were filled with glowing ac
counts of his servioes. The doctor was
on a vacation trip, and says hs delivered
17 addresses, lectures and sermons In
IS days. The press snd the people
showed him every possible oourtesy and
made his visit to Los Angeles a most
delightful and happy one.
Tomorrow morning at ths Whits Tem
ple he will give some of his imprssslons
of ,!The City of Angels" and the Tem-
Fle auditorium, which Is probsbly ths
Inest of Its kind in America. At night
he will preach a special sermon appro-
Frlste to Labor day. on the subject. 'rhs
deal Workman.'' Fred Butler, the
noted soloist, will sing. This will bs
his last Sunday in ths city. At night
hs will render, by special request, "The
Armorer's Bong," from "Robin Hood."
by Ie Koven, with sacYed words. This
song has proven more popular In the
east than Tha Holy City.''
Batcher Jones Bound Over.
(Special DUpatca-to The JoarsaL)
Ontario, sOr., Aug. II. Lewis Jones,
a butcher of Vsle, who wss srrestsd re
cently on a charge of stealing cattle,
had his preliminary hearing before Jus
tice G McOonsglll Thursday and-was
bond over in the sum of ll.ttO to ths
nct term of circuit court. The com
plaint was sworn to by W. rt. Jenkins a
rromlnent farmer and stockman resld-ng-near
this city. It Is sllessd thrrt
hldoi sold by Jones hors Jenkins' brsnd
and Jmklns claims that he never sold
any Cattla for ths market hers.
Rinsler, Dancing Academy.
Professor lllngler will r his denn
ing classes on Tuesday evening, rien
tember I, st his hall. Orand srenvis and
East Morrison. Children Saturday, 1
p m. Enrollment now open. ll
Bnckenmayer and alius Stockton, as
sistants. . A
. II Taylor St, Near Market.
Two blocks 'from . railroad offices,
mint,' postonios ana city naii. xno
most modern and bandsomsly fur
nished hotel In ths city. European
plan. Rates f 1.10 up. Our 'bus
meets all trains.
XVfh 8. DRUCKKR, MgS.
DDT and UAruoroiTH tn.
Wlret nuiisiiaiil his?
fcotsl down towa.
f urnlahad ataam heated
apartments, 40 baths.
PrtTste tWphane ter
vise. Ssmple reome for
ir St. care from
farrv aaaa tha deer asd
soaneet with trd St.
Sara from S. P. Depot.
Kates from IL00 as.
Phene Private Ka.
-Chapman and Morrison Strssts.
Labor Days Man. Hopt. 3
- a nan ro bi.ood,
Two Modern Gladiators, Astrlds Blooded
Steeds, In a Sensstlonsl . , .
Carl NELSON vs. REID Major R. Fs
Tow ths Ohamploaahlp of ths World.
Under ths Auspices of Co. F. Third
... Regiment O: N. O.
General admission 10 cents. Grand!
stand II cents. Tickets on sals at
Schiller's cigar stors and Woodard,
Clarke Co. a. Contsst starts promptly;
st l:so p. m.- e
Thla thirteenth nm J aanatie event wn
toosS apectaeular ever held in the Northwest,
SEPTEMBER 2, 3 & 4.
SallltiV Kvf. LB1 K porta. Country Pa14 Vihimt
FsvirAehBitiT. NonwssturB will ravlvt tholr most aaoivni
trevlttirmal iwsot kuh4 hevot dxls of lor.
fc.0UU.UU m Mh pris. Ta 1 gvownd &orm&m
will pwmm t tiMu world tMmo
' lew Mee ea ell rail aa4 etaaaiboa llaea
r .... ... . "
f Great surprises xor Houaay
At Merry-makers and Maskers ?
t Monday night. f
Tha great Tenor, Sunday aft
smoon and svsning. Sao red
and classical gems. In con
and His Band of Six
Plfty Psa tores ef Olsaa, SV.
SUU Street, Bet. PoweU aa4 Kasoa,
gtrlotly rtrsVOlass, Ahsohttel Tlrs
roif. 1M Boomat SO with iath.
. ODOmUi Mg.
Special Low Rates
Saratoga Springs Jl.Y.
Other Eastern Points September
With Stop-Orer Privileges
The Beit of Evvythlnjj
Pullman and Tourist Sleeper
Portland to Chicago without
change via Chicago and North
Western Railway, the Double
Track Line. Address R. V.
Holder, Gen. Agt 153 Third St,
f Carnival In tha big Rink Man-
r " day night Augments er-
eheetra Oay deoo rations
Prises for maskers Skatsa
engaged ahead Biggest time
of tho season. '
, Trr flash on the rig. I,
faatsr than aver and perfectly
safe; or a touch of real high
llfs on tho Aerial Whirl; a
plunga down tha Chutes, or a
run through Grand Canyon, in
Monday, tha year's hast holi
daySuperb display of fire
works Basks t ptcnle Fiery
sllds-for-llfe smhlbltlon Con
fsttl carnival Dancing . day
and night. Extra lata car
l Chlldrea's ravorta May-
J grounds free a tha Oaks.
1 pr. Pftnderen'a rn 1
f k snd .
V f an.l fit
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