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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL,- PORTLAND, , SATURDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER -14. .1907. .
Helllg......nrry WIth of Windsor"
Aiarquam "Tit Bohemian Olrl.
Baiter ...... ."Th Woman la the Case.
Eninir "A. Texas Kaniar.1
Star "The City of New York.'
The Oak O. W. p. carlln
paseoall ..Twenty-fourth and Vaughn.
mi ocioca. ..
The Champion Group Mini hi" com
panjr. J0, S07. 101 Couch building, re
ceived a, dispatch from O. H. Poor, Its
epert miner In tha field, that ha haa
-cioaea me aeat tor I resa property.
B.llil AkAAlr ...... hi.. .A C U-l- V..lr. "
Thla la a copper property, 1,800 feet
long-, COO fast wlda and 4 lea within 200
feet of tha Trek railroad tracka. Tha
locator took up 40 acraa, but Mr. Poor
bought only tha teated ledge, upon
which . tha Champion management will
begin work Immediately. Assay and
mill teats of Ita ores show better than
-an average of $40 to the ton, so that
it la not oirricult to determine its lm
manaa value. - On September 1 tha oom
rany acquired a copper lode mora than
hre miles in length after a vigorous
eantest with New Tork parties, and
now has secured this very rich mine
that la ready for shipping almost from
tha beginning. The company's holdings
now consists of 11 quarts and "-placer
fold properties and the recent copper
purcnaaea, wnrca make It uie strongest
xecioua metal. nroooaltlon in the coun-
ry, . Although it waa not cromlsed. air
mess axe. united wiin me goia mines,
and all" stock covers everrtlilnr. iThla
certainly la a square -deal If sver there
waa one, . - t.
From indications - since tha oolotilst
movement for September began rail
road officials believe tha record this
fall will show 100 psr sent Increase
war inai or a year ago. Colonists ar
pouring Into Oregon at an unprecedent
ed rata. . Tha official count - of ticket
Bales for tha first -week has been re
-celved and It shows 4a tteksta err
the O.K. 4 N., as compared wltli (17
tor ui nrst week or September last
fear. ioi immense amount or adver
TBiaiasj.iiSur n atwi-iiawa
tna Oregon Development league and
tha railroad advertising bureaus Is said
to account for this year's great home-
seeker travel. The prospect now is
that tha ticket sales, when the move
ment ends this fall, will total over
, Th Spectator this week deals with
. variety of local toplcathat JthaJ people
are discussing.' Among the subjects
. that will be read with interest are the
' reorganisation and reopening of the
Oregon Trust A Savings bank, with tha
names of soma of th new stockholders;
- the libel suit brought against th Specta-
tor; th fact and th Action In th stories
of th land fraud trials, and th pltl--.
able showing mads by th Larry Sulli
van (roup of mines. The Spectator baa
- the social news of the week, and an In
teresting discussion of dramatlo and art
events. Illustrations add to th appear
ance of th paper.
On thousand' dollars waa approprl
''" ated by th executive board yesterday
for a launch for th harbormaster to
tak the place of the $700 boat aupplled
, by th Ryerson Machinery company.
Tha board ordered that this boat be
' returned to th company at one. When
the launch was first placed In the
water It was discovered to have . a
faulty engine and Captain Bpeier found
Jt. practloaJly , Impossible lo make -tola
eetnl-dallv tripe on th river. Th new
launch will be large enough to aocom-
inodat a squad JWtpollc ln caa of
harbor riots. -; .., , ,
Th services " at th Whit Tempi
.'. tomorrow will be unusually Interacting
because of i number tn D baptised.
. Th church Is conducting a mission
among in vnmea ana among themim.
. ber of those who have been converted
ar three Chines women. They will
be received Into the Whit Tempi by
baptism at th services tomorrow morn
ing. Dr. Brougber Is also preaching a
series of companion sermons. The sub
ject for Sunday morning will be "What
ana wner le Heaven!" At night the
topic- will b -What and Wher Is
r ;s. , - ,..t
-. John Kalkofeh. the foremer fireman,
who was acquitted last week til th cir
cuit court on a felony charge brought
by a 16-year-old girl, was again arrested
Sesterdav afternoon by Truant Officer
. D. Whits on a charge involving an
other girl of th same age. When ar
rested Kalkofen was driving a wagon
for th Package Delivery company, by
which he la emnloved. He was ram-
mltted to Jail last night la. default of
ouu bail. . s
A. K. McCarthy,, charged with pass
ing forged checks on merchants at B
verton, Oregon, was arrested yesterday
afternoon bv Denutv Hherlff r u Tr.
f of Washington county on the Southern
x-acma train as it was pulling . into
Portland. . It Is charged that McCarthy
pasaed two checks, each for tll.fv,
one of which was drawn on La (id A
Til ton. and th other on th Merchant's
, National hank. Th prisoner was taken
back to Hlllsboro yesterday afternoon. -
Dr. David Beaton, special lecturer and
Bible teacher for . Congregatipnal
churches, will speak ' at the' Young
Women'e Christian association Sunday,
September It, at 4 O'clock. Th subject
-of Dr.-Beaton's address will be "The
Christian and Social Service of Women."
' Those who heard Dr. Beaton at the
Northwest - conference say - that - the
women of Portland have a great privi
lege before them. All women and girls
ar Invited. . -
It Is In everybody's mouth. Children
just love It It Is th talk of th
town. It makes th weak - strong.
Everybody Is talking about It' It is
good enough for th Whit House.
WhatT Of course, ' "Golden Orsln
Granules th 100 per oent pur oereal
: Malcolm Macauley ' was declared
guilty of embesallng 1 1.100 from th
Oregon' eV Washington Lumber company
by the Jury in Judge Oantenbeln's de
partment of tha circuit court yesterday
1 ggQDOiF C3D &sm
" : ; If you pay your bills in cash no one knows except the
man with whom you have dealt. If you pay your bills by
'check the check may pass through several hands before it
is paid by thtfbank. .It serves as an advertisement of your
personal worth with every man who sees it, establishes
your financial standingJLnJyfeurjiqmm
I a basis of credit which you can gain in no other manner.
I-Place-your money Jn this strong bank where Jt will be
absolutely safe and where, the bank influence will work
Tf 9 if
Is either th prld or th ban of
your Ufa. Let us tak ear of It,
and you'U always be proud -of It
No ' smudges, nor streaks, nor
tears, nor broken bands, ' nor
frayed edges everything just as
you ' want It Drop us a postal
card tailing us when to calt
Second and Columbia,
' Talephon Main tit, ,
MUST LAYTWO TRACKS
OR GET OFF AVENUE
Executive Board Issues Op-
derPegarding Killings- ,v
. , worth Work. ;
; Unless th Portland Railway. Light
A Powr company takes out a franchise
to lay doubl tracka on Klllngaworth
and ' iv regular servlo on that
thoroughfare It will be compelled to
remove th present single track within
14 days. : .
This was the order given by the ex
ecutive board In Its meeting yesterday
afternoon. Th single track on KlUlngs-
nues has been uaed for switching pur
poses only, although It Is half a mile
long. The avenue will soon be Im
proved with a bard surfaoe pavement,
and th board thinks It advisable that
the doubl track be laid before th
work la instituted.
Th city attorney finds that tha
streetcar company bold no permit on
th street and It will be compelled to
seoure a irsaonise in tna orcainod-
afternoon. ' Macauley admitted taking
th money, but. said th company had
agreed to give him t.OOO shares of stock
In the concern, and that be merely paid
himself dividends on It -
Water . through hose ' fot sprinkling
yards or sidewalks or washing porches
or windows must be paid ISr in advaao
and used only between is hours' of I
and f a. m., and t snd I p. ra. it must
not be used for sprinkling streets. If
used eootrary to these rules, or waste
fuily. it will be shut off. .
Mrs. Oeorge Oarfleld of Oswego died
Friday night at. St Vincent's hospital,
after as Illness of two weeks. Mrs.
Oarfleld leave a (husband and one
daughter. Mrs, Oarfleld was of an old
Jloneer family and lived for years at
ef feraon, this state, where her mother,
sister and a number of relative reside.
Brigadier and Mrs. Jenkins of Seattle
will conduct th Installation services of
Valor and Mrs. Faulkner in Salvation
Army hall on Sunday, September 16, at
1 1 a. m. and t p. m. Don't miss hearing
mem. . au are inviteo. . , ..;
- School children will grow strong If
they drink "Golden Grain Granules.7 A
Dig peonage ooais oniy ioc it goes as
far as II worth ef milk. AH' arocera
sell this system-building cereal health
oof fee. . Everybody la talking about It ,
To whom It mar concern: Whereas.
has- departed from my bed and -board,
I hereby give notio that I will not be
responsible for any debta contracted by
her. P. H. HDMPHRBT.
At th par food show they us "Pio
neer cream when serving "Golden
Grain Granules" cereal ooffe. "Pio
neer" cream is best you know. It goes
best with oofea. : e , : . .
- An examination for library assistants
will be held In th library building on
Tuesday, September 14. All candidates
will pleaaa apply to th librarian before
September 19. ---
11,(11 will buy, for a few days, a frac
tional lot on earllne, with house rent
ing for tit a month. Inquire of Seng
stake 4 Lyman, to Fifth street l
Steamer Jesse Harkins. for Camas.
Washougal and way landings, dally x-
ives Washington street
dock at t p. m.
Today Is En gen day at Golden Grain
Granules booth, besides Children's day.
Everybody la drinking It and talking
about It ' ; - .
Woman's Kxchanga, lit Tenth street,
luach 11:19 t. I; business men' lunch.
Aom Of! Co. sell safety coal oil and
tin gasoline. Phone Bast 7I; B-10IT.
' DrrCsssaday, ay. ar. " nose and
throat Glasses fitted. Ill Dekunj bldg.
Free ruler for school children at
Albert Brnl'g drug store.
"7 Diamonds, Watcnes Beck's, I0S Alder
D. Chambers, optician. 111 Seventh. :
Berger signs lit Tamhlll phoa. -
Bark Touts for rheumatism.
For to can Mala 114 or A-!14a
Delivery company. HI Stark at-
Beat values, at Rosenthal's, -
I ' RTTPTrTTTS OV POUT.
aViVsJ VJt- - W
LAND PASTOES. -
. Rev. Henry Marcotta, pastor of the
Weatmlnster Presbyterian church f
this cltyf was born In' Michigan. . Hs
attended Lake Forest eolleg at Lake
forest. Illinois, graduating from that
Institution in lilt with the degree of
A. B. His theological course waa taken
at MoCormlok Theological aemlnary.
Chicago, from ' whluh institution hs
graduated in ltl(. '
Mr. Marcotte's first pastorate was In
Astoria,- where he labored for aeven
years and built a new church costing
Bar. Hnry Marcotto, Pastor of
Weatmlnitar Prasbyterlan Church,
about 125,000. la 1101 he married Mlas
Mary Nlokerson of Mureka, California.
lie mmm Uad Wnlslmlw eaueeaj
membership has doubled. In these three
and one half years ill new members
have recently been added to tn churcn,
Repairs and alterations hav recently
been made at Westminster, and th
seating capacity has been Increased by
tha addition of the gallery, so that the
church now seats about tod persons.
Mr. Marcotte ls a strong and earnest
preacher who is greatly beloved by his
loyal parishioners. Westminster church
is also noted for Its generosity In all
mission causes ana its cordial spirit
towaro tui who oom as strange
AT THE THEATEES
Last Time) Louis James.
Th last performance f th eminent
actor. Louie James, and his company.
will be given tonight- at t:ll o'clock,
at the HelllaT theatre. Fourteenth and
Washington streets. Shakespeare's de
lightful comedy, "Th Merry Wives of
Windsor," will be th play. Seats ar
sailing at theatre.
. Seat Balo Next Monday. :
Next Monday morning. Sentember It.
at ljox offioe th Helllg theatre. Four
teenth, and Washington streets; "the ad
vauce ! ami win open lor naiomy
Jane." Llebler aV Co. will present Mies
Jessie Isett la this beautiful, play for
lour nignta, oeginning next Wednes
day, September ft.. with a special prlc
mauneo eaiuraay, .
pi in . .efi-
, 1 Comedy Tomorrow Night.
' Th funny, In fact extremely funny
comedy, "Mrs. Temple's Telegram." will
be tne attraction at tn Heuig tneatre.
Fourteenth and Washington streets, to
morrow (Sunday) night Popular prices
will prevail. . Seats ar selling at the
theatre. .. . . . ,
, ' r 4Th4 Bohemian GirLM . . '
Before It Is 'too late, visit ths Mar-
quam and hear th Callfornlans In "Th
Bohemian: Olri.1 Thetrpeiforuianc tm
even better than In "Th Serenade" and
the Immortal lyrics are belnr hummed
all over town this week. This Is ths
greatest revival of "The Bohemian Girl"
whloA Portland has seen.
"A Texas Ranger Tonight.
If you are going to the theatre to
night and want a play full of thrilling
Intereet and at th same time historical
of Indian wars and Texas plains, go to
th Empire and see Lee Wlllard and
hta fin company In "A Texas Ranger."
I Mjmmt a um luoigut aw nuer,
Toniaht offers the last opportunity
to see Blanche Walsh's famous play,
"Th Woman In th Case," at th Baker.
Th piece has attracted unusual atten
tion all week at the popular playhouse,
and It Is Indeed an unusual play.
Sunday at tha Grand.
Tomorrow Is ths last day that ths
current vaudeville program will be
given at the Grand. Al Jolson, the fun
niest man In vaudeville, will depart for
California after the Sunday night en
tertainment Murphy and wlllard, the
eastern headllnera, hav an act which
must be seen to be appreciated.
The R. K. French stock oomnan at
th Star theatre will give its laat per
formance of "The City of Nw Tork,rto
night This melodrama haa created a
sensation during the week. Th realis
tic and thrilling train wreck, when the
nay train la held up. Is on of th most
exciting soenes. ..
"Forty-Nino" Makes Hit.
Th best performance ver given at
the l.vrlo Is "Forty-Nine." In which the
new Lyrlo company Is making Its debut
It Is a thrilling. Interesting- and humor
ous play. Nothing is lacking to make It
on of the moat delightful theatrical en
tertainments svsr seen here. .
TALKED SO MUCH OF
RECORD LOST HIS JOB
That too -much talking Is bound to
get anybody Into trouble Is exemplified
In the case of Patrolman H. E. Parker,
who waa ordered dismissed from the
polio service yesterday by th execu
tive board. When Parker was given a
hearing several weeks sgo by the polloe
committee for being absent from duty
for no apparent cause hs professed his
good record as an officer and his few
delinquencies In absenoe and tardiness.
He urged th committee to look up his
record and that body took him at his
Parker's record wau found such a
poor one In unproper absences and late
ness to roll call that th committee
thought best to dleoharge Mm.
r SELLING LIQUOR
Eua-ne. Or.. Sept 14. Charles Mar-
hew, George Llll, Jake Berger tnd Elmer
T n , - w -11 rt TT , , w.n mvA A rm A 111
( rumen and MrsVjane ltd Plhohnntf f
Maroola, were arrested by Constable
Plank of this city, yesterday for viola
tion of th local option law. In th al
leged' sal of liquor, Th men In Eu-
?ene are conducting cigar stores and
he women at M areola ar Inmates of
a disorderly house there. They wer
arraigned before Justice of the Pac
Bryeon and all pleaded not guilty. They
will be tried next week snd In the mean
time they are at liberty on bail In th
sum of 1150 each.
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' Baptist. ' v
Arleta Rev, fi. A. Smith. Services,
11 a. m. and I p. m.; Sunday school. It
a. m-i B. T. P. U. T p. m. Morning serv
ice by Rev. II. B. Blood.
Third Vancouver aveau and Knott
streets. Services 11 a. m. and T:45 p.
m, " by Rev. R. Sohwedler. Sunday
school, 10 a. m.
Highland AlberU and Sixth streets.
Sunday school, 10 a. m-j aervloes at
11 a- m. and 1:41 p. m.; by Rv- John
811 wood Tacoma and Eleventh
streets; Rev George A. Learn. Bervtoea,
11 a. m. and I p. m.; Sunday school. 10
a. m.: B. y. P. V J:ll P- m.
Calvary East fclghtn and Grant
streeta. Services. 11 a. m. and T:10 p.
m.; morning topio, "The Unreclalmablu
and th Ever Available," by Rev. E. A,
Smith; Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Immanuel Second and Meade streets;
Rev. A. li. Mlnaker. Services at 11 a.
m. and 7:4 1 p. tn. Sunday school at 10
Grace Monta villa: Rev, Oilman Par
ker. Servlcea at 11 a. m. and 1:10
p. m. Topics, "Ths Fall of Oagon" anJ
rThe Hidden Treasures." - - r
Central East Twentieth and Ankeny
Streets; Rev. W.T. Jordan. Bervlcea at
10:10 a. m. and 1:t0 p. m.j Sunday
school. 11 m.
University Park Rev. A. B. Walts,
Sunday school at 10 a. m.; services, 11
a, n. and I p. m.
First The Whit -Tmpl. Twelfth
and Taylor streets: Rsv. J. Whit comb
Bvoughett-IVC Service, a 0;10 e, nv
and 7:44 p. m.; preaching by the paator.
Topics, "What and Wher la HvenT"
and "What and Wher la HellT" Bap
tism at morning service. Bible school
at 11:10 p. m. young people a meeting,
Sunnysld Oerman) Fprty-Hrst
street and Hawthorn avenue; Rev. C.
Feldmeth. Preaching. 11 a. m.1 Sunday
school. 0:41 a. m. -
St Johns (Uerman) Rev. C Feld
meth. Prcaohlog I p. so. Sunday school
t p. m. v
Second Seventh and East Ankeny
streeu; Rev. Stanton C, Lapham. Berv
lcea at 10:10 a. m. and T:4i p, m. Topics.
"Tha Flao and Presenc of Christ" and
Th Tru Orthodoxy." Bible school.
BavTar-Street Between "Twentyitfal
1 a. m.; by Rev. John Bentalan. Bun
day school, t a. m. . .
St. Johns EL' A. Leonard. Services,
11 a. m. and t:10 p. m.; Sunday school.
Chinas Mission if Hi Osk street
Sunday school. 1 p. m.; preaching In
Chinese, t p. m, . . ..
First Oermra - Fourth andMlll
streeu; Hev. J. Kratt Bervioes. 11 a.
m. and T:I9 P. m- Sunday school. 1:4
ng wciiiiw.u . . - . .
Second German Morris street and
Rodney avenue; -Rev. F. Bueermjnn.
Services, lUn. and T:lt p. m.; Sun
day school. 1:41 a. in.
East Forty-fourth Btrt Mission
gorner East Main; Rev. B. C. Cook,
ervlcss. 11 a. m. and T:l p. m.; Bible
irhoaL 10 a. m. .
V Lents First avenue and Footer road."
Sunday school. 19:19 a. m-i services,
11:80 a. m.
Mount Olive Seventh and Everett:
Rev. B. B. B. Johnson. Services at 11
a m and t p..m
Swedish Hoyt and - Fifteenth: Rev.
Erlck Scherstrom. Services, 10:41 a.
m. and 7:41 p. m.j Sunday school, 11 m.;
B. T. P. U 1:10 p. m. ,
TJnloaj Avenue Mission (Swedish)
Corner 6kldmorv Sunday school, ' 10
. Freabyterlan. .
1-Flrat Twelfth and . Aldefjistreets;
Rev. William Hiram Foulkea.7iBervlcoa
at 10:10 a. m. and 7:41 p. m. Morning
sermon by Dr. Wirbur F. Crafts of
Washington. D. C Toplc.f "Living and
Dying Nations."- 'Evening sermon by
pastor, "Vanity ef Vanities." .- Sunday
school, 11:10 p. m. -
Mlipah East Thirteenth and PoweH
streets; Rev. Jerome R. MoGlad4. D. D
Rervtcea at 10:10 a. m. and 7:30 P. m.
Evening addreas by Clyde E. Van der
Marten of Louisville. Kentucky.
Calvary Eleventh and Clay streets;
Rev. Bcn-Esra Stiles Ely Jr., I). D.
Services at 10:10 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Topics, "Personal Power Over Othere"
and "What Christians Should Be to the
' Fourth First snd Glbbs streets; Rev.
John R. Welch. Services at 10:10 a. m.
and 1:10 p. m., at Terwllllger park.
Hawthorne Park Twelfth and - East
Tiylor streets; Rsv. X. Nelson Allen.
Services, 10:10 a. m. and 7:10 p. m.
Topics, "Paul'SN Cloak and His Parch
ments'1 and "Our Heritage." Sunday
school, 11 m ; T. P. 8. C K.. 0:10 p. m.
Forbes Sell wood street and Gsnten
beln avenue; Rev. Harry H. Pratt Serv
ices at 11 a, m. and 1:10 p. m.; Sunday
school. 10 a. m. .
Chinese 14SH First street; services,
7:44 p. m.; Sunday aohool. t:4t p. m.;
young people's meeting, 1:45 p. oi.
Piedmont Cleveland avenue and Jar-
rtWastmlnatr last Tenth and W tid
ier streets. .
Marshall-Street Mars nail ana North
Seventeenth streets; Rev, C. W. Hays.
Sunday school, 10 a, m.; preaching at
11 a. m. and T:t0 ft, m.
Mount Tabor Belmont street and
Prettymaa avenue; Rev. Edward M.
Sharp, pastor. Service at 11 a. m. and
I p. m.; Sunday school at 10 a. m. -
Bell wood Corner East Seventeenth
and Spokane avenue. Bervioes st 11 a.
m. and t p. m.; Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m.
Third-East Thirteenth and Fin
streets; Rev. Andrew J. Montgomery,
Services at 19:10 a. m. and 7:41 p. tn.
Topics, "Abounding Orac" and "Ths
Advantages of Christian Training."
Vernon East Twentieth and Wy grant
streets. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:10
p. ra. by Rsv. G. A. Blair) Sunday
school, 11 m.
Hope MontavHlaJ Rev. 8. S. White.
Services at 11 a. m.; Sunday school. 10
Millard Avenue Rev. A. D. So per:
Sunday school. 10 a. m.; seryloes, 11 a.
m. and i. p. m.
Annabel Services at 11 a. ra. and 7:45
p. m. -.
Trinity Fulton; Rev. J. R. Welch
will preach at 1:10 p. m-5 C. E. at 1:10
Tavlor-Street Dr. Francis ' Burgette
Short; Rev. E. M. H11L ectlng paator.
Classes. 0:t0 a. m.; services. 10:t0 a. m.
and 1:41 p. m.; morning topio. "Just a
Man"; vnins: lecture, oy ur. Wliour
IT rvafta. "That Bov and Girl af
Ton re"; Sunday school st lt.lt.
Bunnysiae mii xamniii street be
tween East Thirty-fifth and Thirty
sixth strets; T. B. Ford. Services il
a. m. and p. m.; sunaay school, 19
St jonna r. U. Toung. aervloes 11
m. and t p. m. Sunday school, 10
Epworth Irving and Twenty-third;
STaTOAT AT VMM
10 ltd A. M.
What and Where
What and Where
Speelat Musle by Noted Quartet
SOLO, M18S ETHEL IHKA.
Baptism at Morning Service.
E. H. Bryant - Service at 11 a. m. and
1:10 p, m. " .
Caittencry Rev. W. H. Hppe. D, D,
Ninth and -Pine. Service l6:4 a. m.,
ctava, t:4t a. m.l Sunday school, 11:1
IriiUty Corner vt East Tenth and
Grant; Lewie F. Smith. Services at
11 a. m. and 7:19 n. m. . Sunday school.
10 a. ni.
Central Russell and Kerby streets; 3.
T. Abbelt Services at 11 a. m. and 7:10
p, m. .
Chlneae Mission Chan Sing KaL
Bervioes 11 a. m. and 7:10 p. m.
- Mount Tabor Services at 11 a. m.
and :t0 p. m. .
Patton Michigan avenue and Carpen
ter, H. T. Wire. Service at 11 a. m.
and 1:10 p. m.
Vancouver Avenue Servloea at 11 a.
m. and 7:10 P. m, .
Woodlawn Rev. S. H. Dewart Ser
vices at 11 a. m, and 1:10 p. m.
Woodstock Rev. W. T. Kerr. Ser
vices at 11 a. m. and 7:10 p. m.
Norwegian-Danish Thirteenth end
Davis; C7 J. lrsen. Service st 11 a
m. and 7:10 p. m.
Swedish Borthwlck and Beach: Rev.
Johnson. Servlcea 11 a. m. and 1:10
Firet German Fifteenth and Hoyt, O.
A. Waasa. . Servloea at 11 a. m. and
7:10 p. ra
Second German Stanton and Rodney,
H. B. Maas. Servloea at 11 a. m. and
1:10 p. m. '
Japanese Mission ltl North Fif
teenth. Servioe at 11 a. m. and M0
" TJn'lverslty"Psrk Rev D. A. Wattsra.
Services at 11 a m. and 7:10 . m.
Grace Corner of Twelfth and Taylor
streets; Clarence True Wilson. 1. Dy
Services at 10:10 a. m. and 7:10 p. m.
Sunday school, 11:15; Epworth league,
Sellwood A. D. Wagnsr, pastor, Sun
day school 10 a. m. preaching. It; Ju
nior Epworth League, t:10; Senior Ep
worth League, 0:10; preaching, 7:10.
Episcopal' (west side) A. Matthews,
First and Caruthers street; Rev. W. A.
M. Breck In charge. Sunday school at
0:45 a. m.; aervlces and sermon at 11
a, m. No evening service.
Pro-Cathedral of Bt. Stephen th Mar
tyrThirteenth and Clay streets; Rev.
H. M. Ramsay. Communion, 7:10 a. m.;
services 11 a. m. and 7:10 p. m.; Sunday
school, t:4t a, m. ,
Trinity Nineteenth - and Everett
streets; Dr. A. A. Morrison. Services,
t a. nr.,.!! a. m. and 7:10 p. m-t 8unda
school, 0:30 a. m. ; rector will officiate.
All Saints Twenty-eecond and Reed
streeta Sunday school. 10 . m. va
, Andrews Unlve
versltr Park: Rev.
W. R. Powell, Bervioes 11 a. m.; Sua'
day school, ID a n.
St Paul's Wood mere; B. I Parker,
lay reader. Bervioes at 11 a. m.; Sunday
achooi, 0:46 a. m.
St. Matthew's First and Caruthers
streets; Rev. W. A. M. Breck. Com
munion snd sermon. 11 a. tn.; Sunday
achooi, 0:46 a. m.) evening service at
St. Helena on the Columbia river. -
Th Church of Our Savior Wood
stock. Services. 11 a. m.; Sunday
school 10 a. m.
St Mark's Corner of Nineteenth and
Qulmby etreets; Rev. J. E. H. Simpson,
communion, I a. m.; matins and litany,
11 a. tn.; sventng prayer, 7:10 p. m.;
Sunday achooi 10 a. tn.
St John' Memorial Sellwood! Rev,
W, R. Powell. Services and sermon,
11 a. ra.; Sunday school. 10 a. m.
Good Shepherd Sellwood street and
Vancouver avenue, Alblna; Rev. John
Dawson. Sunday school, 0:4f a. m. ;
Servloea 11 a. m., 7:10 p. m.
r. ' 43ongTgtional. - - -
TJnlvernlty Park lOlt Haven avenue;
Rev. D. B. Gray; servlcea at.! p. dl.
preaching by Rev. B. E. Emerick; Sun
day achooi, 10 a. m.; T. P.fi. C .,
. Laurelwood Rev. D. B. Gray. Serv
ices at 11 a. ra.; Bunday school, 10 a. m.;
v d a r w
1 MlsslmippL ' Ayenue MlsslislppL ave
nue and Fremont; Kev. A. E. Bradstreet
or California, service 11 a. m. and
7:4t-p. ra. special Sunday school rally,
exercises at 19 a.-m.; Christian En--deavor
rally at 7 p. m., Fred Whltehair
leader. Rev. William B. Young will give
illustrated report ot in neatii en
deavor convention. ,
Sunnyslde Corner of East Taylor and
East Thirty-fourth street: Rev. J. J.
Stsub. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:10
p. m., topics, "Evidences .of the Divine
Adoption'' and "On the Biydera of the
Kingdom"; Sunday school. 10 a. m.
Hasaaio otreet cast seventn ana
Hassalo; Rev. Paul Rader. Church un
dergoing repairs, no aervlces until Sun
day. September I. .
First Madison and Park. Rev. Dan
iel Stayer, assistant pastor. Services
10:10 a. m. and 7:4ft p. m.; Rev. George
HT Soper, D. D.. Toplca, "The Perils and
Possibilities of" Middle-Age," and "la
Tour Religion a Load or a l.lftr-; Sun
day school at 11:15 p. m.; T. P. S. C E
t:4t p. m.-
Highland East Sixth street north and
Prescott; Rev. E. 8. Bollinger. Serv
ices at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Topics, "The Danger of the Not Caring
Spirit." and "AlmlngHIa h.'; Bunday
school. It a. m.; Y. P. 8. C. E., t;4S
Bt Johns Kev. O. W. Nelsdn. Serv
ices. 11 a. m. and I p. m.; Bunday
school. 10 a. m.
Swedish Immanuel Nineteenth and
Irving streets. Services, 11 a. m. and t
p. m.t Sunday echooU :46 u. m. -
Norwegian Synod Eaat Tenth and
Grant streets; Rev. O. Hagoea, Sunday
school, 0:10; ervlces, 11 a. m.; Y. P. 8,
Thursday, t:lt. ' ,
Betanla Danish Union avenue and
Morria street; Rev. Gudmund GrilL
services 11 a. m. and I p. m.
St James' English West Park and
Jefferson streets; J. Allen Leas. Serv
Ices 11 a. m.. conducted by Rev Paul
Kunsmann of Philadelphia; . Sunday
school, 10 a. m.
St Johna Peninsula avenu and Kll
Patrick street; C Buechen. Servloea at
1:00 p. m.
Norwegian 4t North - Fourteenth
street; Rev. J. M. Nerving. Service st It
a. m. and 7:10 p. m.; Sunday school. 0:45
it Paul's German East Twelfth' and
Clinton street si Rev. A. Krause. Serv
ices at 10:10 a. m. and p. m.; Sunday
school, 0:10 a. m. German grammar
school dally from I to 11.
Trinity German (Missouri Synod)
Corner Williams avenu and Sellwood
street: J. A. Rlmbaoh.' Services at 10
a. m. and 7:10 p. m.; Sunday school, 0:15
Zlon's ' German (Missouri Synod)
Chapman snd Salmon streets; W. H,
Behrens. Services at 10:15 a. m. Sun
da v achooi 0:15 a. m.
Swedish Augustana Rodney avenu
and SUnton atreet; Rev, C A. Tolin;
services 10:45 a. m. and 7:41 p. m.i Sun
day achooi, 0:10 a. m. Laying of cor
nerstone, t p. m.
- Central Eaat Twentieth and East
Salmon streets; Rev. J. F. Ghormley.
Services, 10:41 a. m. and t p. m.. top
ic, The Crowning of the King." Even
ing revival servlcv. Special music.
Bunday school. It m.; senior C E,. 0:48
p. m. - - - -
Knott street; Rev. F. Elmo Robinson,
flarvleea at 10 '4 4 a. m. and . m.
Bible school at 0:41 a. m.1 Y. P. S, C,
at 7 p. m. . ,
Kern paru nerviees in new naii,. cor
ner Pitt and M:dburn streets, Han,
and t p. nv; Sunday achooi Han.
Woodlawn Services at 11 a. m. and I
p. m.; Sunday achooi 10 a. ra.
FirstCorner Park and Columbia
streets; Rev. E. S. Muekley. Services,
It a. m. snd 7:45 p. m.; topics. "Me
Knoweth My Way' and "Christ Our De
liverer - From . a ihree-r oia. iionaage.
Bible school, 10 a. m.l C hi., 45 p. m.
Advent Second street, between Ball
and Lincoln. Services at 11:10 a. m.
and T p. m. Sunday school. 10:10 a. m,
Talted BvangeUeaL "
First Corner East Tenth and Sher
man etreetar-Kev, A A. .Winter. It a.
m..' Bunday sctiuolu.jervlces 1 1 a. m.
and 7:10 p. m. Kev. M. J. Ballantyne
of Dallas will preach; 0 p. m., K. L. of
C. K ' . i
necona rargo ana Keroy streets;
Rev. B. S. Hughes, pastor. . Sunday
school 10 a. m.; services 11 a. m. and
I p. m.-
Bt John's Ivanhn and John streets;
Rev. Chester Peul Gates. Preaching 11
a. m.l Sunday school at 10 a. m.
. Ockley Oreen Gay street and WU-
'Jt Connrvatto Cuitodlan'
" , PAYS
4 Per Cent
For the convenience of.
-Its customers on Satur
day evenings from to 8
114 Second St.
' Corner WasMngloi
lamett boulevard; Rev. 'J. Bowersoz,
paator. Services, 11 a. m. and 7:45 p,
m. Topics, "Belf Denial: Its Blessings'
and "The Glorious Vision." Sunday
ar.hnnl. 10 a- m.: K. r.. V. , S:4s p, ip.,
. gvangelloal Aseoolatlom.
First English East Sixth and Mar
ket streeU; 8. A. Slewcrt paator. Serv.
ices. 11 a. m. and I p. m.; Young Peo
ple's alliance, 7 p. m.; Sunday school,
10 a. m.
Flrat German Corner Tenth and Clay
streets; Theodora Bchauer, paator; ser
mon at 10:45 a. m. and 7:46 p. m. Sun
day achooi 1:19 L m.
Memorial East Eighteenth' and Tlb
betta; L C Hoover, pastor. Preaching
at 11 a. m. and I P- m.; Sunday school
10 a. m.
- . x : -" " ""' i
' ' trplrituallst, Jt
Mil il in. ji-ifTicar. i .1 -nm"Ti-tT I I
ice Ministers and Mediums Fro tec
lv Spiritual association holds ser
vices at 7:45 n. m. In A. O. IT. W.
halL Selllng-Hlrach building. Lecture
by Mrs. Virginia Rows and J. H. Lucas,
"How Shall 1 Know, That -I Am a
. First Spiritualist , Society Abtngton
building. - Conference at 11 a. m. and
7:45 p. m. F. Coulter lectures on "What
Constitute Spiritual Knowledge." Spirit
ual readings oy Mrs. urew el California,
First Church of Christ, Scientist
Scottish - Rite cathedral. Morrison and
Lownsdale streets. Services at 11 a. m.
and t p. m. Subject "Matter." Sunday
school at cloae of morning aervlce.
Wednesday meeting, I p, in.
Second Elks' temple. Stark, between
8lxth and Seventh streeta. Services at
11 a. m. Subject. "Matter." Wednes
day meeting, t p. m. ,
TJalted Bretarea tn Carls.
" First East Fifteenth and Morrison
streets; Rev. H. C Shaffer. Services
at 11 a. m. and 7:10 p. m.; Sunday
school at 10 a. m. -
Radical Sixth and Mechanic streets;
Rev. C. P. Blanchard. Servlcea, 11 a.
m. and 7:10 p. m.; Sunday school. 10
Valted Freehytariaav '
J Church ofth Strangers Was
street ana urana avenue; Kev. b. juari
DuBols. Servlcea at 11:45 a. m. and
1:00 p. m. Servlcea for mutea every
Sunday morning, Sunday school.-It m.
First Sixth and Montgomery streets;
Rev. A. W. WHson. paator. Services at
10:10 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; Sunday
scnooi. is m.
' ...!J..--.-. . TJaitarlan.
Church of Our Father Corner of
Tamhlll and Seventh streets;-Rev.. W.
U. UIIOI JT.i KSV, T. 1a KllOt D. IK.
minister emeritus. Services at 11 a. m.
Topio, "Ths Vital Work of a Churoh In
the Present Day." Sunday school. 0:45
a. m.; adult class, 11:30 p. m.l Y. P. F,
e:sv p. m. - .
Church of ths Oood Tidings East
couch snd Esst Eighth streets; Rev.
J. D. Corby.. Sermon st 10:45 a. m.
Topio, The Larger Rac Problem."
Sunday school at 11 m.
First German -Tenth- and Stark
streeu; O. Hefner. Services at 10-41
a. m. and I p. m.
ltVJa, Ohureh South.
171 H Second strset; Rev. E. F.Mowre.
Bervioes 11 a. m. and I p. m.l Bunday
achooi, 10 a. m,; Epworth league, 7
.... a... ... . w a ' . w.u v- " V 9 M
pulpit both morning and evening.
. - tisoellaneous. -
Th Christian and Missionary Alli
ance Sixth and Main streets; Rev. C
D. Sawtelle. Services at 10:10 a. m.
Sunday, school at ll:lt n. m.
Universal New Thought Assembly
A. O. U. W. hall, Washington, between
Tenth and West Park street. Lecture
at ii a. m. ana i p. m.
Latter-Day Saints Holds services
every Sunday In Allsky hall, corner
Third and Morrison streets at 11:10 a.
m and 7:10 p. m. Sunday school at 10
a. m. .
Mlllenlal Pawn O. A. R. hall, north
east corner Second and Morrison streeta
Service at 1:10 p. m, -
Swedenborgian Portland New Church
Society, Alder street near Eleventh; 11
a. m.; Rev. Jiiram Vrooman; topic.
"Choosing tha Least of Two EvUs.'
Rahal Assembly Meets at 151 Yam
hill street Sunday services, I p. m.
Free lecture, subject "Our Possible
War With Japan' at T. M. C. A. hall.
I p. m, by Rev Hiram Vroomad.
Th Oregon Holiness . association
Services, 10:10, 1:10 .and t o'olock.
Everybody cordially Invited to attend.
Divine Truth Center hall, 101 Allsky
building. Service, 11 a. m. Thaddeua
M. Mlnard. paator. Subject "Growth."
Men a Resort Mission .Rev J. A. Mo.
Velgh will speak at I p. 'm. Mrs. IL C.
Albee will give a musical selection.
King of ColTest
In out an4 two Pound tin
Oregon State Fair
Salem, Ore., Sept. 16-21 Inclusive
Thursday, Sept. 19th
gleOO Round trip CI.OO
$3,00a00 Pacing Race for 2:09 Clats Horset on Portland
. Day, the Largest Purst Ever Given in th Northwest.
Big: Livestock Show and Par-
H. DOWNING, Pres.
1 ItK mwA Uril II
- -1 ' -,,v- Trill .
LASTIT1MK TOM-:.- .
1C rjis jar; - 1
Shakastiae n-l I u I, i ful C
"Tni muT wives or v. :
' Mr. James as "Fals"ff."
Evening prices, 11. B0 to
,0 to lie. Seats aelllnr at tn
t'X Hems Thcciro j;..
Tomorrow (Sunday) Klght. Sept. l.
' Tha excruciatingly funny come ly.
"mm. Tzxrugi miamsi.'1
A scream from start to finish.
raiCBS, SI, T9o, BOe, ago, ISO.
Seats ar now Bailing at theatre.
1 1 none uain .
Tonight and Sunday nUht, matinee Bun-
.uiv iiui iiiatiiuv ,ii.
m Bomm straw qimi-
urn meioaies will live rorever.
Evening, Ita. 50e, 7Kc. Matinee, lie, tO-5.
BAKER THEATRE JET,
GEO. L BAKER. Oen. Manager
Portland'a faahlunahla. nntiulu-nrlced
playhouae. Last time tonlnht. Baser
stock company In Blanch Walsh's fa
m .woiui rtr m ojj,
Evjr prices, ISe.lSo. toe. Mat ltc. 15a.
next weas. -Tn Mil BoaH."
EMPJH Fa TH F VniC
Main 117. Geo. U Baker, Oen. Mgr.
Home of eastern road attractions.
Last time tonight Lee Wlllard A Co. In
"A TEXAS aVAJrOKB."
Thrilling play of great western plains.
Strong company. Beautiful scenery.
Night, lOo, toe tOc. Matinee lOo, 10c
xi attraction, neglnnlng tomorrow
matinee, "Th Llttl prospector." . .
. OB LUXB
Week of September , itvr.
An All-Feature Bill, headed- by
artrBFnrr ajts wtt.t.a .i.
By special reanest Al Jolsom held for
another week. Three shows dally at
l:t0, 7:t0 and 1:1. -
Week of Bentemba n. 1SOT.
R. E. French Stock Co. PresenU
v- -rnrni 47ITT OF nw TORK."
Regular matinee day a, Sundays, Tues
day a. Thursdays and Saturdays, at 1:10.
? rices, 10a and 10c Every evening at
11. Prtoes. 10c, too and lOo. Re
served seau by both pbonea.
Corner Vaughn and Twenty-fourth.
;,:.': vs. P z
Sept 10. 11. 12. 13, 14, 15. Double
header Sunday, one admission. Gam
called at 3:00 p. m. Daily. Game called
tt 2 :30 p. m. Sunday. , ; .
Ladies' Day Friday
ADMISSION 25c !
Grandstand 25c '. ' ; Children 10c
SUEU SEPT. 16-21
Great Exposition of Agricultural and
Big live Stcck Show
(Just Like W Had at th Lewis and
. ' Clark.r.. .
Good Racino Every Day
Between rastest Horses on the Coast.
! BE9V0SS mtTT.BOtTt atATBS. ,
DON'T MISS, ITI
The Old Bookstore
For many years at lit YamhlB. at. la
now located at lit Ith st-, oppoeit
Postoffle. and til Sd st-, between Tay
lor and Salmon. wher th newly
adopted achooi book eaa b had. New
and oond hand. -
SO WrUaWTLT B11UOED
At very low price
low prtce . - '-' ' 1
r. Wheeler 1 I
on. Domestic. I i" I
Household. I r I
md others; to S fr
make room tor new
stock. . S. BZOBXs
lit Morrison sU. Mar-
quam building. Both phones.
Phoas ractflo Ita. 1
Commercial Printing of all Kinds.
M mussel BldsT 4th and Korrtaon.
nicxn ot tioldi atd yiola
pupil or SEVCIK
twt Mna) tTt. Vlums Facia Ms.
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F. A. wr.i