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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 22, 1010;
AND GAME LftVS
71 , " i-p
' Sunday Services at tt)e jportlattd L)uvc)a.s
Church at Philadelphia "Whom, How,
ana wnii to near ana wnti to ik
. HIT BY GRANGE
Raising of Salaries, Except by
initiative, Objected to by
Coast ForlcGrange of Cot
-fRDecUl DlDtca to The Jaarnal
Cottage Grove, Or., Jan. 21. Th
Coast Fork franc has gon on record
as opposed to tha present sawdust and
gsme law, also opposing tha "assembly
plan," which la at present attracting o
much attention throughout the atate of
Oregon. The direct primary law waa
Indorsed, but th raining- of aalartea of
any officer of Oreg-on for any caus ratn( at 3
whatever, unles by the lnlUatlve. wi
also opposed upon tha ground that the
officer no longr remain In tha por
tion of servants, but ara becoming maa
SeveraJ other matter will b taken
care of at the next regular meeting of
the. Coaat Fork grange on Saturday,
Fahruarv B. Tha organisation la work
ing diligently for the upbuilding- of the
atate a well aa their local territory.
Tha following reeolutlona were of
fered: . Reeolved. That Coaat Fork grange.
No. tit. la opposed to tha present saw
dust and gam law aa It now atanda
and believing that It ahould be re
pealed, we ask all grange to take ac
tion on the matter and urge that the
Flret White remote. Twelfth and
Taylor, Rev. J. Whltcomb Brougher, D.
D. 10. "One Accord" prayer meeting
ervlce. 10:30 and 7:80: lilble achool 12:
Y. P. U.. . TodIcb. "A Life In the Win
of God." "Some Trlcka of tha levu.
Rev. 11. 8. Black. 11 and 7:80; Bible
achool. 11: R. Y. P. U.. 0:30.
Central East Twentieth and A'nkenyj
1am ar,i T- sn- u h. 11: T. P. U.. :30:
sermons by Rev. Gllman Parker. Top
ic. "Fellow Helper In the Trutli,
"iAiinchlnc Out Into the Deep.
.i.. it mA 7-HA- ft. 1:46: B.
v p 1!. ssn. Sermons by Rev. Mr.
nimminn and A. 1 Johnston.
Highland AlberU and SUf-biRer. E
A. T nnfl rrl Maxtor. II ana l.v. A -
. II.. :0: B. 8.. 10.
cn. Tii and Eleventh. Rev.
D. W. Thurston, pastor, 11 and J-0i 8.
ft lrt! Y P. V.. 6:30. Topics, "Faith,
. r a It Uww. i -ln1,
i--.. i .... .... v.r vio-hth nnil ilrant. Rev.
J. N . Monroe. 11 and 7.10; 8. K., 10; B.
Y I. IT.. :S0.
Imminurl Mead and Second, Rev. A,
B. Mlnakcr. 10:80 and 7:30; B. S., 12;
r v p it . :S0: churoh building dedl
Evening wrmon uy
Suggestive Questions on the Sunday "
Scnool Lesson by Rev. Dr. T. S. Linscott
Ministers. Sunday school teachers and vther Interested ara invited t jnon; H.
The Journal briefly their views as to tha worth of these "question, lH-,.:,v
nr.a MnntavtUa: Rev. Albert K.
Patch 11 and 7:30: S. 8.. 10; V. P.
TTniversitv Park 8. 8.. 10. 11 and
T in- n v l IT 7- aermnna bv Rev.
H. F. Cheney,
Bunnyside (German) Forty-first and
Hawthorne; Rev. C Feiametn. ii; a. a..
fit Jnhna merman) Rev. C Feld
meth. . S 0:45; aervlces 11 and 7:30.
flr inhnaRev. C. L Owen, 11:80-
and 7:80: 8. B.. 10: B. T. P. U., :80.
Chinese Mission 8S1V Oak street
B. a.. 7: Dreachlng, . by Rev. Fung
rirat German Fourth and Mill;
Ttmv J Kr.it. 11 and 7:30: 8. B., :45
Second German Morrla tret and
Rodney avenue; Rev. F. Buermann. 11
write ine journal brieriv
(tartlcularly if they' consider them of valua In their work.) . :
The International Newspaper Bible Study club la for tha purpos of pre.
moiin la an unieitertra way among tn masses, a wiaor aiuav oi tna iiuia,
the bssal truth of Christianity, and tha nroblem which ent.r Into averl
man's fa. ' It Iw composrd of all those who join a local club, and take up the
simple course herein outlined, barring only ordained clergymen. , All who bav
not Joined are warmly Invited to du so and to compete for the prise.
Persons may Join' the club at any time during th year,' but muat, of
course, answer tha E2 question hereinafter explained, to (insljfy for the
Dtises. and the back Questions may ba obtained bv' addrasHlna? this office.
This paper ha secured the right to publish the lnVornatlonl Sunday
ftehool Lesson questions by Rev. tr. Llnsfctt which havi aroused1 so much
Interest elsewhere, and .they will appear warkly In both the Saturday and
suncay lasues of , The Journal. -One of these questions each week Is to De
answered In writing and pn the answers the prlea, are to be awarded.
S Ooadiuoa. f tha atontest, .. -''.,'-.-';,
1. Kanh eAnteafati ft. nia nr n.r rimiiv jin at k. e. aafta-d'tlMV td thlt
papsr, in order to qualify for membership in the Iptetnatlonal Newspaper B1UI;
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lion for 62
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vi una period. .
I. Each question must b answered separately, and tha paper written on
una viae oniy. rto answer must exceed iuu woras in lengtn and mar as iesa
Each anawar muat t tha nama and addraaa of ftia writer at tha bottO-B
of the answer. .
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St the close of tha nnnteSt ami fnrararded fa haadnuartara fnr Indrnandant aw
animation oj competent esaminera. ine crises win tnen ta awaraaa ao-
corcing to tha highest number of marks, won by member of Th IntarnatlooaJ
f-awspapar tiioie ntuay ciud.
Flrt Series A gold modal to cu of tb first five contestant.
Second Serlea a silver medal to each of th next flv contestant
Third Serlea A Teacher's 11 1 hie. nrloa IK SO ta aanh nf tha ant fiva mob.
Fourth Series Tha book "Tha Heart of Chrtatlantrv. nHna 11 kn tn aac
"'i iivxi eo coniraiania,
Grant; Rev. O, Hagoo. 11 and T:4I;
S.. 12:10. , .......
Betanla DanlshTJmon and Martial
Rev. 3. Scott, 11 and 8: 8. 8., 10.
United Norwegian 45 K. Fourteenth;
Detmar Iarsen. 11 and T:80 8. Sw. t:4.
Zlon'a German- ChaDman. ' and ' Sal
ti. Koppeimana. ao:ji, t:4; b.
Fellowa' halL Eat"-ijtb. and
i n. Harlan lhle tudii; IJl
A'irat liii iiajt-rai Dx.tii ana uin i uicbdiiwuuii w
ket. F. D. Culver. 11 hna T:80j Y. P, A, Center. of night Thlnklnt--W
l;80; S. 8.. 10. I temple, 123 Eleventh and Alder I
Memorial Kast Eighteenth and Tib- Mra. E. Sherman Olneyj 3 p. m. '
betts, Morrl Heverllng, 11 and ; 8. 8.
', V Free KethOdls.
First church East Ninth and Mill.
pavld M. CatJiey, 11 and 7:10; S. 8., 10;
Y. P. ii.. 1:80.
Second church East ' Flanrier, r ba
tween Firty-thlrd ana . Fifty-fourth
treet. Rey. Wilbur N. , Coffee. H
and T:30; S. B.. 10; class meeting. 1:30.
uiiv Branch Mission Seoon and
Ankeny. R, H. Knowle. uperlntendent.
..St John 11 and 7:10.
1. Each contestant Jn thla local club must answer each of th written aues.
consecutive weeks, commencing Sunday, March ! and th anwer
tr'itnio two weexa or. tn ie
St. Paul' German East Twelfth and
Clinton. Her, A- -vrause, iv:.v ana
7:S0; 8. fl.. MO. . .
. Trinity Herman (Missouri synod)
William and Sellwood; J. A, Rlmbach.
l.lBtS. 8.. 10; 7:80,
- St, John's Peninsula avehu and
Kllpatrlck; I p. m. f .
Swedish Auutana Rodney . and
Stanton; Rey, H. KL Sandstedt. 10:41
and 7i45! g. 8., 0:30. ' .. - '
Rwadlah . Mlaalon Seventeenth and
Glisan: Rev. B. J. .Thoren, 11 and I;
8. 8., 10; T. P.. 8:80.' '
Film Chanel Michigan -avenue and
Pkldmore, Rev. J3. J. Thoren, Hi 8. 8
10.,. - "" a " -. a
Immanuel German-Corner : ltth and
Io, (Seliwood)t. . C, Ebellni. . 10:30;
S 8. 9:20 r. - . t . . j .
'Or'ace' English ' (Missouri Synod)
Rerbv and Fartro. Rev. Carl Haseold, 10
and 7:80; & 8.. 10:30. -s
First Madison and Far. Rev.
Luther R, tyott. D. D.. 11 and 7:48: 8.
8.. :46. Topic. "Th Other Sid,"
"Can Ona lla Befora On' Tim
Laurelwood Rer. William it Meyer,
pastor, b. 10:00; woranip, ii:vv, ig.ig . m -n. s ,
Lhri.tlan Endeavor :45: preaching-. I K !ijcl T p. n
f:80. Toplca. morning. "Tha Compro I . T ' "
mise oi Larer evening, -.raaurts tn
Sunnysld Esst Taylor and East
Thirty-fourth. Rev. J.
Church Of Our- FatheeTamhlll and Miss Lola Powell.
eavrntn, Rv.-w. a: Eliot Jr.i Rev. T.
and 7:46; YP. F., :30: a 8.. :46: adult
class. 13:16. Tonic. ''Master. Who Did
Bin. This Man or Hla Parents" "The
- oi uia uunmon wealth v. political
cvrrupuon." , .- .,., .i . .
Church of th Good Tidings Broad-
wair anq jcast iwsnijr-iourtn; itev. j.
Reoranled Church of Jesu ChrUt
of Latter Day Balnts-East
Uthtand Irving. , Elder Walter Bar
ker. 11 and 7:80: a 8.. 10:48.
Fellowshln Clrcle-rSelling-I.lrck hall.
8. Dr. Davidson Buchanan of New Zea
landT ublect. "Judg-ment by Character
Law of Karma." ' .
First Spiritual' Society 103 Becona
treew Conference, 2: Jectur and mes
sages, 7:46. Lecture Dy Mrs.
Smith. , , .
T. W. C" A Seventh and -Taylor
street - Fireside hour at 4 p. m-a:
dress by Rev. George .Paddock, subject,
"Tha Ambltioua GirL" Muslo by Mis
Agnes Warren, Ml Hel Hard! ana
!orby. 1CT!46; 8. 8., 11. Topic, "How
to viet the Largest HelDfulnea from
Y. M. C. A. Citr awoclatloiT. Sixth
and Taylor streets, H. W. Stone, gen
eral secretary. Meeting for men ;at 3
o'clock. Address by Vr. On" Davldaon
Buchanan on "Drlftinr With Dangerou
Currents." Muslo by male quartet; bari
tone aolo; muslo by Y, M. C. A, orche-
Christian and Missionary Alliance
East Ninth and Clay. Services 10:80
and 7:48.. a 8.. 12. Y. P. M.. 6:80.
I i, ... ...J
fifth. Llndley A, V.ll. 11 and T:80j
Blblrt achool, 10; C E., 6.-30.
Lent. Center street, Myra B Smith,
aa ana tuoim scnoot. 19,
aUfonnad. J , .' .
First German - Tenth , and - Ntark
street. . O, Hafner . pastor. Services!
; m. tk. :io a. m.
- i Chrlsttaa Boleao.
Taylor nd I lrst Church of Christ Scottish Rlt
j. tstauDi ii ana i cainsarai, Morrison ana i-ownsnsJe. 11
Each medal will be auitablr ens-raved, e-lvlne- tha nama r tha winner und 7:80; 8. B.. 10; C E., 6:30. Topics, I 8 : S. 6,. 12; subject of lesson sermon. I
wnat it is awarded and in like manner each Blhla and book will bs in- I rianera oi mm, in onauow vi iu.i
All Who ran write and hava Idaaa ara ilrA .k -. k. .(nXlu m.
ruivaa ui ma oerree or tneir eaucaiion. a tne rtanera ara not valued rrom
m.n muniioni or iiiararr - stanaDOini. out irara tha nmnt or view or in
ui inrir roaponto laeaa.
i.- K. ., rrrim tha statutes of I anri 7 SO- H S . 3:46.
i . tnten. I Main: Rev. A. B. Walt. 11:15 and 7:20;
duced by W, W. Shortrldge: B. P. Y. U..
-Where, There I a disposition on Le"?-8,- a. 10: 11 snd 7.3 O B P.
th. part of th machine Pltlc..n. of J1" oe, r Park C W
. the state of Oregon to assail th initla
tlv and referendum together with the
moat vital part Statement No. One
whereby candidate are chon by the
people and not by a clique; therefore,
b It ' v .
"Resolved, That th Coaat Fork
range. No. 243, P. of H., In conform
ity with other irang-e of th state of
Oregon go on record aa opposing- the
assembly plan and favor and five our
allegiance to the direct primary law,
and be It further
Mount Olive uevenm ana -i
Rev. B. B. B. Johnaon. 11 and 7:20.
Swedish Hoyt and Fifteenth; Rev.
Erick Schertrom. 10:4o nd 7:46;
8. S.. 11; B. Y. P. U.. 6:80.
Third Knott and Vancouver. Rev. R.
Schwedler. 11 and 7:20; 8. 8., 10.
Woodstock Forty-nrst ana nonwi
11 and 7:30; 8. S.. :48.
First Twelftn and Alder. Rev. Wil
liam Hiram Foulkes, 10:80 and7:30: 8.
8.. 12:10: C. E.. 6:30. Topics, "ine HOiy
"Resolved, That we are opposed to Spirit." "The Third Commandment,
any, raise of salary for any officer of MIspah East Twelfth and Powell;
Oregon for any cauae whatever other Rev Hsrry Leeds. 11 and 7:80; 8. 8.. 10;
than by the Initiative, a they are be- - pi'varv-E leventh and Clay. Kev.
tomlng- masters rather than servants. TnornaB Holmes Walker, 10:30 and 7:45;
The lady membera of the grange will. Bible school, noon. Topics. "The Times
at the next meeting-, discuss, "By what and the Men," "Where Does Heaven Be
moana can - wia hottAF hrlfi-htpn Anrlff(n?"
homes." Fourth First and Glbba; Rev. Donald
niacKenxie, iu.u iuu ,v. o. -.. --. .
ROUTE OF NORTH COAST fv' pF!rkNeTswon,'tAhi,.nnd S
TO COLUMBIA CHOSEN ffi 8th.1JM.dV-"lo3Ura
("peclal Dlspatcb to Tha Jooniil.t
Huaum, Wash., Jan. 22. Strahorn's
railroad surveyors are now making; good
headway with their line from Cama
Prairie to the White Salmon valley, not
withstanding th trial of bucking snow.
,The North Coast party 1 now south of
Ollmor, five mile north of here, .headed
toward Huum. After reaching-here the
crew will run , line from Cama Prairie
to Glenwood, where they will meet an
other party of aurveyor that have been
in the field from Toppenish, by way of
Fort 81mcoe, Cedar Valley and the
Klickitat river country. From Huaum
the grade down the White Salmon val
ley to Underwood I easy. This will
evidently be tha route of the North
Coaat from tha Yakima valley to the
VETERANS' BADGES FOR
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIANS
, u . (Special Dianatcb te Ifce Journal.)
Baker City, Or., Jan. 22. The most
e? Important event of the year for local
- Pythian waa the bestowing of four
veteran' badge last evening and the
annual roll call and banquet The offi
cer of th Grand lodge. Including
Frank Menefee, grand chancellor; L. R.
Stinson, errand keeper of records and
-- eal; W, L. Bradshaw, supreme repre
entatlve; Marlon Iavis. past grand
chancellor; and F.: 8. Grant, grand rep-
resaniaxive, wer. present as guests of
tne locge. Tne bestowing of the badges
was made : as follows: Frank Menefee
to Hanrufil Baer, L. R. Stinson to D.
M. Boynton. W. L. Bradshaw to George
i'. anu v;. it. MCCUJloch to J. T.
Donnelfy. Thle was followed by a ban
quet at wnicn many of the guests and
tucai Knisoia made speeches.
Forbes Sellwood and Gantcnbeln:
Rev. Harry H. Pratt; 11 and 7:80; 8. 8..
10: C. E., 6:80.
Piedmont Cleveland and Jarrett;
Rev. J. E. Snyder, 11 and 7:20; 8. S..
Chinese 146H First, 7:46; a 8., 6:48.
Westminster East Tenth and Weid
ler; Rev. Henry Marcotte, 10:30 and
7:80: 8. 8., 12; Y. P. 8. C. E.. 6:30.
Marshall Street Marshall, snd North
Seventeenth; Rev. C W. Hays, 11, 4;
8. 8.. 10. A 7:20 aerylce in the Finnish
Mount Tabor Belmont and Pretty
man; Rev. Edward M. Sharp. 11 and 8;
8. 8.. 10.
Spokane Avenue East Seventeenth
and Spokane; Rev. D. A. Thompson, 11
and 7:sn; h. s., io; c. e., :30.
Third East Thirteenth and Pine;
Rev. William Parsons, 10:30 and 7:46;
8. 8., 12. Topics, "One of Job's Ques
tions." "Dealing With Sin."
Hope Montavllla, East Seventy
eighth street. Rev. Henry L. Nave.
8. 8., 10; 11 and 7:80.
Kenllworth East Thirty-fourth and
Gladstone. Rev. A, Robinson. 11; 8. a
12: Y. P.. 7.
Millard Avenue Rev. John A. Town
send; services, 10; 8. 8., 11:16.
Anabel Rev. John A. Townsend. Serv
ices, 11:30 and 7:45; 8. S., 10:15.
Trinity Dakota Mreet, Rev. A. Rob
inson. 7:45 p. m.; C. . 6:4S; 8. 8., 11.
Vernon Wygant and East Nine
teenth; Rev. George W.
(Copyright 1909. by Rev. T. B. Llnecott,
, January 83, 1010,
True Blessedness. Matt. 6:1-16.
Golden Texty-BIessed are the -Dure In
heart, for they shall see God. Matt.
Vcrees 1, 2 How much do you re
member of the last sermon you heard?
To what extent is the modern style of
taking a text and preaching- a sermon
from It, a success as a teaching; exer
Did Jesus use a pedagogical, or an
oratorical styla in his addresses, and
would It be better for the extension of
the kingdom of God if the modern pul
pit would adopt his method?
Verse 8 What, In the last analysis,
is the essential qualification of being a
aubject of the kingdom of heaven and
If a person la a aubject of the
kingdom of heaven on earth, what
other qualifications are necessary for
the kingdom in heaven?
Verse 4 If, "blessed" means happy,
how Is it possible to mourn and be hap
py at one and the same time?
Which Christian reaches the highest
altitude of bliss. and enjoys the sweet
est comforts of God? one who has had
great sorrow or one who hua been free
-'.! Borrow, and why is It sn?
esse 5 GIVE SOME i; '.MPLES
OF WELL TO DO MEN, AN L THEN
SAY WHICH CLASS AS A RULE, GET
THE BEST THINGS ON EARTH, THE
"MEEK." THAT IS THE MODEST. UN
SELFISH, AND GENEROUS, OR THE
BOASTFUL, SELF ASSERTIVE, ANQ
SELFISH? (This question must be an
swered In writing by members of the
Verse 6 What Is your definition of
Fisher of Men."
St. John Rev. O. W. Nelson: 11 ana
8; 8. 8.. 10.
Unlvrltr Park Haven and Dawson.
11 and 7:20; 8. St, 10; C. E-, 6:80. 8ermon
bv Hev. Dr. Adam .and Rev. A. J.
Hasaalo Street East seventh
stops immediatelyif you uso -
PrUt, IS:, soi.md ft.OO. ,
HHAHfl.WMAmiHt Vail - V . a?, Aw 1
and Alder. U; 8: 8. 8., 11; ubject of J fc
lesson sermon, "Truth," . 1 "
What are the conditions for such ouI
health, aa to "hunger and thirst'' to bHassalo. Rev. George E. Paddack.
righteous? I this state under th con- and 7:45; 8. 8., 10.
trol of every man's will?
If a person really desire It, my he
be sure of being "filled with righteous
ness," that Is of being- perfectly light
Verse 7 From the ugg-tlon In
this verse, f a person I not merciful,
what doe that Indicate aa to hi stand
ing with God?
If a man has been grievously Injured
and we find out that he haa fully for
given his enemy, what doea that Indi
cate as to the man's standing with God?
Verse 8 Are there those who always
have a perpetual vision of God, and
what conditions do they observe to
X. B. Cnaureti South.
Union avenue and, Multnomah street
" ,T E- L., 6:80. Sermon by Rev. E. B.
11 1 Jones, presiding elder, ' -
TT 01.41, TJMMA.r
I iik 1 1 inn u 1 .a m i oiAiu biiu . iwv, . , .
Rev. F.. 8. Rolllnrer. 11 and 7:80: 8 8.. miawauajiawna.
io. -v n a i a.n rnli.i 1I. Church Af tha PmHih. rnnk..4.
Pay for Great 8ervW" "Llf" Greatest J Borthwlck and Kllllngsworth ay. Rav.
Stanton, Rev. John H. Hopp;
7:80: 8. 8.. 3:18: C E.. 6:30.
Pilgrim Shaver and Missouri avenue.
rvev. uu; u. f ile, ll kiiu i.vv, o. m.i
:45: a F. 6:30. Toplci, "Th Tet of
Leadership. " and '"From a Pit to th
keep the experience?
.What does It imply to be pure In
heart, and may all attain that expert
- What was Jesus' experience as to his
realisation of the constant presence of
Verse 9 Mention some reasons which
you think would Justify a Christian In
being the plaintiff In a law suit?
What is it to be a "peacemaker" after
the pattern that Jesua'here means?
Verses 10-12 Are really good people
persecuted In these day because of
Why did the religionists of those
days persecute Jesus, and finally put
him to death?
Verses 18-16 Of what use in the
world Is a so called, "ao Christian?"
. Can a person be a real Christian who
1 not aggressively engaged in doing
good. Why or why not?
Lesson for Sunday, January 30. 1910.
Some laws of the kingdom. Matt 6:
Ministers, Punday school teacher and other - Interested are Invited to
write The Journal briefly their view as to . the worth of these "questions."
particularly If they conalde-r them of value in their work.!
8. 8., 9:45; C. E 7.
JO. Sermons by Rev. Guy Phelps, evan
s-ellnt. Revival services a l ween.
Laurelwood Rev. R. E. Myers; 11
a 9.,l. a a in. V. T. A'Sil
Centrai Vancouver avenue and Fargo
treet Rev. C. L. Hamilton, 10:80 and
7:30: 8. 8.. 12: E. L.. 6:80.
Methodist Episcopal Norwegian Dan
ish church, corner Vancouver avenue
and Skidmore streets: Rev. C. J. Larson,
pastor. Sunday school at 12 m. Ser
mons by Rev. Joseph Olsen, district
Japanese Mission 121 North Fif
teenth. Rev. Eileen Rlbara, 9:30 and
8'30 8. 8.. 8:30. .
Swedish Borthwlck and Beach. Rev.
John Ovall. 11 and 8; 8. S.. 10; E. L., 7.
Anns. 11 and 8; Topics. mesHings vjom tne
' 'PpAnaratlnrtl tn M PAT linn '
DAIRY INDUSTRY GOOD
IN TROUfLAKE COUNTY
. . (Special Dlipatch to The Journal.)
,' Husum, Wash., Jan. 22. During the
year iu me Trout Lake Cooperative
. Dairy association manufactured 28,000
pound of creamery butter, and 75,000
pounds, of full cream cheese. .As high
' s 35 cents per pound was paid the
rancher for butter fat. The products
of this company find a ready market in
i the surrounding towns and cities.
'7 " Another industry of the same kind Is
the Fulda Dairy association, 15 miles
1 northeast of here. This concern shipped
,v over 70,000 pounds of cheese last year.
'! The proceeds from this product alone
: amounted to 9000.
Taylor Btreet Rev, Benjamin Young,
n. u.. 10:30 and 7:30; ts. b.. 12:16; E. L,..
8:30. Topics, a i-ure ana a uontro
versy," "A Good Message From a Dark
GraceTwelfth and Taylor, Rev. John
H. CudllDP. V. U.. 10:3 and 7:80: S. 8
12:15; Jefferson Street mission, 8:30; E.
L.. 6:30. Topics, "Our Star of Hope,"
ine victorious uiie.
Norwegian - Danish Thirteenth and
Davis. Rev. K. P Nelson, 11 and 8; S. 8.,
Sunnyside East Yamhill and Thirty
fifth; W. T. Euster: 11 and 7:30: 8. 8..
9:50;-E. L., 6:45. Topics, "The Power
and Krnclency or Prayer," "The Trail
leading to mgner uround."
8t. Johns Rev. F. N. Sandefur; 11
and 8: E. L.. 7: S. 8., 10.
Epworth Twenty-sixth and Savler,
Rev. Charlea T. McPherson; 11 and
7:30; 8. 8.. 9:46; E. L., 6:30. Toplca.
"Honesty Rewarded," "Two Pictures."
Chines Mission Chan Sing Kat; 11
Centenary East Ninth and Pine;
Clarence True Wilson, D. D., 10:30 and
7.1A. IT! T. a Q A tl a 14-ir. a j
,.ifv, ah. w, v.wv, j. 14. au, tuples.
''What the Scriptures Mean by Sancti
flcatlon." "How to Reconcile' Christian
Morals With the Old Testament State
ments That God Hardened Pharaoh's
Heart, Commanded the Destruction of
the Catiaanltes, and Kept Mosea Out nf
the Promised Land."
Trlnltv Raat Tenth and riranr. r .i.
' F. Smith. 11 and 7:80; E. L., 6:30: 8. S.,
First German Fifteenth and. Hoyt;
G. A. Waasa: II and 7:30.
Second German Stanton and Rodney,
Rev. E. E. Hertzler, 11 and 8; 8. S., 9:46;
E. L.. 7:80.
Sellwood East Fifteenth and Tacoma,
Rev. Lester C. Poor, 11 and 7:30; J. E.
L, 2:30; E. L.. 6:3ft.
The Clinton-Kelly Memorial Thlriy
nlnth and Powell. Rev. Ernst Leon
Jones: 8. 8.. 9:45; 11 and 8; E. L., 7.
Montavllla East Pine and Eighteenth
streets. Rev. Harold Oberg; 11 and 8;
S. 8., 1Q: class meeting, 12: E. L.. 7:16.
Woodlawn WlHlnm J. Douglas; 11
and 7:80; 8. S., 10; E. L., 6:30.
University Park Dawson and Ftske.
Rev. W. R. Jeffry. J.; 11 and 7:30.
African Zlon Thirteenth and Main,
Rev. W. Matthews; 11 and 8; S. S., 1.
Mount Tabor E:asi Stark and Sixty
first, J. W. McDougall; 11 and 7:80.
Patton Michigan avenue and Carpen
ter, D. A. Watters; 11 and 8; S. 8., 10;
E. L., 7.
Lents Seventh and Gordon. Rev. w.
Boyd Moor. 11 and 8: 8. 8.. 10 : E. I.
Woodstock J. D. Voce. 11 and 7:S0:
S. S., 10; E. L., 6:30.
Trinity. Nineteenth and Everett T?v.
A. A. Morrison. 8 and 11, 7:80; a 8.,
9:46. Sermon By BlshOD Scaddine.
Si. Matthew's. First and Pn.rntli.ra
Rev. W. H. M. Brcck.. Holv Communion.
30; 8. 8., 10; service and sermon, 11.
Pro-Cathedral of si Rtanh.n h.
Martyr Thirteenth and Ciay. Rev. H.
M. Ramsay. Holy Communion. 7-30-
Highest in Honors BAKER'S
prayer and sermon. 11 and 7:80; Sunday
school, 9:45 Archdeacon Chamber will
Church of Our Savior Woodstoek
11 and 8. ,
St. David' Eaat Twelfth and Bel
mont, Rev. Henry Russell Talbot. Holy
communion, 7:30; S. S., 9:45; prayer
and sermon, 11; prayer and sermon, 7:45.
St. Andrew', Portsmouth Holy
eucharlst and sermon, 11; prayer and
sermon, 7:30; 8. 8., 10 a. m.
All Saint's. Twenty-fifth and 8avlr.
Rev. Roy Edgar Remington. Service
and sermon, 11; 8. S., 12:16. Sermon by
Rev. W. R. Powell.
St Mark's, Twenty-first and Mar-
snan. rcev. j. is. li. Simpson. Holy
eucharlst. 7:30 and 11; 8. 8.. 9:46;
matins and litany, 10:15; evensong, 7:30.
St. John's Church Multnomah and
Taylor. 11 and 7:30: 8. 8.. 10.
Good Shepherd Graham and Van
couver. Rev. John Dawson. 11 and
7:30: S. 8.. 9:45
Grace Memorial. East Seventeenth
and Weldler Rev. George B. Van Wat
ters. Prayer and sermon, 11; 8. 3., 10.
Ascension Chapel Portmno Helehta
S. 8.. 9:80.
St. Paul woodtrtere. Rev. J. C. Fori
sythe; 11 a. m.; 8. S.. 9:45.
BlshOD Morris Memorial Chanel. CTood
Samaritan hospital. Rev. William R.
Powell, chaplain. Holy communion.
7 a. ra.; ward services, 8; prayer and
sermon, 7:15 p. m.
St. Mary' Pro-Cathedral, Fifteenth
and DavUh Most Rev. A, Christie, D. D.
Low mass, 6, 8 and 9. High mass and
sermon, 11. Vesper, Instruction and
St. Joseph' (German), Fifteenth and
Couch Rt. Rev. James Rauw, V. G.
Low mass, 8. High mass and sermon,
10:.?!). Vespers, benediction. 8:30.
St. Francis, East Eleventh and Oak
Rev. J. H. Black. Low mass. 6. 8. -so
snd 9:30. High mass and sermon, 10:30.
T.'onn.n Inatrnnllftn an4 ,:m .1 1 n I . . .
St Lawrences'. Third and Sherman I
Re-v. J. C. Hughes. Low mass. 6, 7 and:
8:30. High maBB and sermon, 10:30.1
Vespers and benedlotlon, 7 :80.
Ascension, Montavllla, Rev. J. p."
Fltzoatrlck. Mass and sermon. 0 In
chapel of Sisters of the Precious Blood.
st. i-atricK's, rvineteemn ana aavler
United 8rthrs In Christ.
First East Fifteenth and Morrison.
Rev. Russell 8. Showers, n and 7:10: &
8.. 10: C. E.. 6:30.
Radical Sixth and Mechanic, Rav. O
Car A. Martin, 11 and 7:80; a a. 10;
C E., 6:80.
Third South Mount Tabor; Rev. C
P. Blanchard. 11; 8. 8., 10.
Alberta East Twenty-eventh and
Mildred, Rev. B. E. Emerlck, 11 and
7:20; S. 8, 10. .
Tremont Wisdom and Curtl atreet.
Rev. H. C. Shaffer; a 8.. 11; a E,
6:30; sermon, 7:30.
Georg C. CarL 11 and 7:30: & 8 10:
C W 6:30. .'
Churchy of New Thought Sailing;
Hlrseh Ball, Henry f Victor Morgan.
8 p. m.
Swedish Corp Salvation Arrav 419
urnaio, 11, :o ana a.
Inter-Denomlnatlonal Cltv Mlaalon-.
I Fifth treet A. Well. uprlntnd
nt. I Sunday, I every evening in th
Medium' and Minister' Association
Auditorium building, 11, 8 and 7:46.
Latter Day Saint (Mormon) East
Tenth and Sherman. J. C Waateraard
presiding alder, 11 and 6; a a, 10.
volunteer or America 315 Burnslda
Street 8:30 and 8:30.
Advent Christian - Second, between
Hall and Lincoln. E. Wallace Shepard,
10:30 and 7:80.
Divine Truth Center 201 Atlsky
building. Rev. Thaddeus M. Mlnard, 11;
8. 8.. 12. Toplca. "No Room In the Inn
Church of Nasarene Eaat Seventh
and Couch. Rev. A. O. Hen ricks, 11 and
v. an. a a e.ji. v n a
, i.ov. , s.a ' . , v . a. K . m.. a.
a . JU New Churoh Society (Swedenborgen)
Central East Twentieth and Sal- Eleventh and Alder. Knight of Py-
mon: Rev. J. F. Gormley. 11 and 7:46;
Bible achool, 10. Morning topic, "Christ
Our Covenant" Evening, illustrated
song and praise service bv Rev. Fran
cis 8. Cook and 3. A, Melton.
First Corner Park and Columbia,
Rev. W. F. Reagor. 11. and 7:80; 8. 8
9:45. Tonic. "The Prlc of a Pente
cost," "So Near."
Kern Park Pitt and MIdburn: Rev. A,
A, Beely, 11 and 7:25; S. 8., 10; C E..
Rodney Avenue Rodney and Knott;
Thomas G. Plcton. 11 and 7 90: a 8..
9:45: C E.. 7 n. m. Tonic. "The Early
Conversion of Children," "An Honest
Sellwood Eleventh and Umatilla.
10:80 and 7:45; C. E.. :20.
Woodlawn Rev. Edward Wright 11
and 7:30; 8. 8.. 10; C E., 7.
uiadstone Kev. AMI Muutey: a. b..
10, 11 and 7:80.
(mm nail, um-j aervio ana sermon, ll.
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WRIGHT-DICKINSON HOTEL CO., Props.
The Church of tha Stranger Grand
ave. and Wasco, Rev. ft. Earl Du Bols,
10:80 and 7:80: 8. 8.. 11. Intersretatlon
for the deaf every Sunday morn In a. ,
Topics, "How Women Amace Men," "A
First Sixth and Montgomery, Rev.
ri.il. i-rn Hill fiiiuivjr, Av.av aiiu v,
S. S., 12; C. E.. 6:30. Topic. "Ltf at I
Its Climax," "A Life Armament"
Third East Thlrty-aeventh nd Clay;
Rev. J. L. Acheaon, 11 and 7:80, 8. 8..
First East Sixteenth and Poplar.
Rev. H. A. Deck. 11 and 7:80: a 8.,
10. Topics, "A. Message or iov;-' evening-,
Ockley Green Gay and Willamette, j
Rev. J. Bowersox, 11 and 7:80; a 8
10: C. E.. 6:30.
Second Fargo and Kerby, Rev. C C
poling, ii and 7:30..
St. John' Ivanhoe and John, Rev.
C P. Tate. 8. &, 10.
First German Tenth and Clajt F.
Bens. 10:46 and 7:45; 8. 8.. :30; T. P. I
7 p. m. Topics, "The Letter to the I
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Rev. E. P. Murnhy. Low mass. 8., Hls-h
mass and sermon. 10:30. Vesners and
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St. Michael's (Italian), Fourth and
MlllJesult Fathers. Low mass, 8,
High mass and sermon, 10:80. Vespers
ana benediction. 7:80.
St. Stephen'. Flrty-second and Eat
, Taylor Rev. W. A. Waltt. uow mas,
t 8:30. High mas and aermon. 10:3i
Immaculate Heart of Marv. Williams
, ana . sianton Kev. w. A. uaiy. Low
j mass, 6, 8 and 9. High mass and ser
I mon, 10:30. Vespers and benediction.
i Holy Rosary. East Third and Union
' Very Rev. A. 8. Lawler. Low mas. 6.
i7 and 8:30. High mass and sermon,
T 10:30. Vesper and benedlotlon. 7:80.
' Sacred Heart. Milwauxle Rev. Ore
fgory Roble, O. 8. B. Low mass. 8. High
j mass and sermon. 10:10. Vesper and
i benediction, 7:80. -
Holy Cross. University Park Rv. J.
IP. Thlllman, C. 8. C- Low ma. 8:80.
f High mass and aermon, 10:30. Veaoer I
!'- Holy Redeemer. 1 Portland and Van
couver--Rev. Ed K.- Cantwelk C SS. R.
; Low mass, 8. High mas and sermon.
10:30. Benediction. 4.
' 8t Andrew's. Ninth and Albert
nev. j nomas jtiernan. lo mas, ,
High mas and aermon. 10. Vesper, in-
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St Ijrnatlaus, Forty-second and Powell
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St Stanislaus. Marvtand anrl Valltna-
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