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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SUNDAY. MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1911.
' The cream . of Portland ; resi
dence property. Best view of city
and rivers, close in, West Side,
' t a a a
easily accessiDie. . splendid in
vestment for a home or profit.
Look it overJ ,"W" car to Fores
try Building, then three blocks
south. Or calfthis office for use
of our auto, y ,
Clark Cook Co.
Room 8 Board of Trade Building
t Main 5407, A-3252.
We own three 11 acre tracts of choice
land 25 miles from Portland, 2ty miles
from Newberg, In the beautiful CHE
The, soil Is partly rich red shot fruit
land and partly deep rich garden bot
tom vegetable land with a fine stream
of living water and about 600 cords of
best second growth red fir timber on
Price per tract 92200 $220 In cash
and $15 monthly.
This land lays within a mile of the
Dundee Orchards, the largest orchards
In the world. It is in a highly devel
oped .agricultural ,and horticultural .sec
tion; schools, churches, macadam- roads
and every modern convenience are at
hand.. Apply in person for further in
formation.. Fiiiands Trust Co.
8oe-8 bpaudijto build iko
HOME FOR SALE
This beautiful home consists of nine
rooms. First storv is finished In se:
lected fumed oak. haftd-rubbed with
wax, Is finished to the ceiling. Hard
wood floors, beautiful den. The sec
ond Story is white enamel, cut-glass
doorknobs etc. Hand-made gas and
electric fixtures All windows are plate
with transoms. There is absolutely noth
ing in all Irlngton to compare ,,wllh.
this place and as the owner built it
by day labor for himself It is no bullt-for-sa'le"
The owner Is compelled to move to
l,oK Angeles. Cal., for business reasons,
hence this -great sacrifice.
For a short time only you can buy
this property for $7600. With but $1500
Inquire of 90S Yeon bldg.
Four fine, sightly lots on East
Ash street, close in. Can be had
on easv terms.
333 Chamber of Commerce bid-.,
Three story 16 room apartment
v,ni. 200 feet from car, lot large
enough for another building of same
size: income su per mono.
Don't fail to look this up. (H)
Chapin & Herlow
Members of the Portland Realty Board,
y 333-338 CHAMBXK OT COKMXBOB
One More Week you have a chance at
That thrivinK railroad town. Whit
comb Bros., 1020 Chamber of Commerce.
Op"n Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
evenings. 7 to 9. Sundays 2 to 6 p. in.
Lot 200x130. Mt. Tabor, on carline.
CIIAPIN & HERLOW
Members of the Portland Realty Board.
333-338 CHAMBER OT COMMCTCB
tOT OWVCBI We pay
cash for equities In va
rant lots. Denier Jc Denier
Xealty Co., 640 Chamber
of Commerce. Main 664.
Cor. East 15th and Couch Stt
Monday, Sept. 4, 10 A." M.
Embracing In hart:1 Quartered .Oak
Rockers, Rugs. Draperies. Couch. 2 xl2
Room Rugs, good ouality, Brass Knarjel
Beds, Heater, Dining Room Tables,
Chairs, Dishes, China Closet. Gas Range,
Refrigerator. Cooking Utensils,. Pict
ures, Glassware and Brio a brae.
S. H. BARGER, Auctioneer
' , a. . mi M I
On Tuesday, weonesaay i nurvy, rn-
ial effort to sell cheap! cheaper! eheap
est! and gooo quality, at tlx store 868
170 East Morrison. If you want the
fceat prices send It In and we will -sell
tt(foryou. , , . ,'
" . " ' :"AT-,.. . -;
Wilson's Auction House
Corner Second and Yomhjll
WEDNESDAY arid FRIDAY
NEXT, Each Day at'JO A. M.
Closed Monday (Labor Day)
Alii. "KINDS v OF GOOD. SECOND
HAND Pl'RNITirRE. CARPETS. RUGS.
IiACE CURTAINS. PORTIERE81 GAS
RANGES.' STEEL RANGE, HKATER8,
ETC. OUR 6T0CK IS BO LARGE WE,
t AHHOT ITEMllSK EACH Alt I iJL.r(,
Bl'TVIP YOU WANT TO SAVEJluON
EY. XTTEND OUR SALES. - WE SELL
AT1 PRIVATE BALE AT AJL.L1 T1MEB.
at Residence, 759 -Wasco St
on Tuesday Next at 10 A.M.
WE ARE FAVORED WITH IN
STRUCTIONS FROM MR. GEORGE
M GOWAN TO.BELD TUB i:USTlV
UP TO ,DA T E FURNITURE OF HIS
10 ROOM RESIDENCE ALL FOR FOH
ITIVK SALE TO THE HIGHEST BID
DER, AS MR. M'GOWAN 19 LEAVING
(UK CAL.ll" OKIMA, CUMFHISINU ttl,
EOANT SOLID MAHOGANY PARLOR
SUITE, NEATLY CARVED FRAMES
AND SADDLE SEATS, LARGE LEATH
ER COVERED EASY CHAIRS, QUAR
TERED OAK LIBRARY TABLE.
LARGE ARM ROCKERS, SECTIONAL
BOOKCASE. LADY'S WRITING
DESK. CENTER TABLES. BED DAV
EN PORT, AX MINSTER AND VEL
VET CARPETS, DINING SUITE, viz :
BUFFET. 8 FT. PEDESTAL EXTEN
SION TABLE SET OF BOX SEAT
CHAIRS WITH LEATHER SEATS:
ALL POLISHED FINISH QUARTERED
OAK: Dishes and Glassware, Hall Seut,
COSTUMER, Two MASSIVE GENUINE
BRASS BEDS. METALLIC SPRINGS,
FLOSS MATTRESS. GOLDEN OAK
"COLONIAL DESIGN" DRESSERS,
DRESSING TABLE. ROCKERS AND
CHAIRS EN SUITE: SOLID MAHOG
ANY DRESSERS AND CHIFFONIERS
ALSO BEDROOM ROCKERS AND
CHAIRS, WITH RUSH 8EATS TO
MATCH. OTHER COSTLY BRASS AND
lliUW BEDS. DRESSING TABLES.
CHIFFONIERS WITH MIRRORS, NEW
HOMB SEWING MACHINE. MONARCH
RANGE. Kitchen Tables, T'tensils, lawn
Mower.7 Hose. Garden Tools and the
usual. Xaundry outfit. Sale TUESDAY,
next at 19 ei m.
, - J. T. WILSON,
Cash paid for Furniture. Stocks of
Merchandise, etc. Call Main 1626, A
4243. GRAND AUCTION
WE ARE FAVORKD WITH IN
STRUCTIONS FROM THE OWNER TO
SKI..L, THE UPRIGHT PIANO. GE.V-
I.'INE MAHOGANY AND QUARTERED
UAiv f UH.ITUHE, RUGS, ETC., RE
MOVED FROM A VERY STYLISH
PRIVATE RESIDENCE IN THE SE
LECT NOB HILL DISTRICT TO OUR
SALESROOM. 162 PARK STREET FOR
CONVENIENCE OF AUCTION SALE.
ON TUESDAY, NEXT
Comprising Hallet, Davis & Co. Upright
Piano in Mahogany case (nearly new).
Mahogany Parlor Desk, Upholstered
Rm'kMrR anil Phnlra ... I. 1. 1 ..... I
Piano Lamp, Wilton Rugs 9x12. Rattan
uu iianB, tiau seat ana Mir
ror, Library Tables". Lekther Turkish
Rockers, Pictures. Vases, Fumed Oak
Dining Room Furniture, viz., 64-inch
top Pedestal Table, Set Leather Seated
Chairs, Buffet. China Cabinet. Butler's
Tray and Copper and Brass Wine Tray.
Mahogany Napoleon Bedstead with
Dresser, Chiffonier. Rocker and Chairs
ensuite, all Brass Bedstead, Grand
Rapls Circassian Walnut Dresser and
Chiffonier, Lady's Desk in Dull Quarter
Oak, one full size Iron Bed, all Beds are
complete with best springs, nfhttresses
and feather pillows. Cold Storage Re
frigerator (recently new). Brass Fin
ished Costumer, set of Porch Furniture,
ALSO WE HAVE FROM A RECENT
LY FURNISHED FLAT ON GLISAN
ST. Golden Oak Dining Room Furniture,
Dinner Set. Library Table. Iron Beds.
Dressers and Chiffoniers. Rockers and
Chairs, Steel Range, Utensils, etc.
TO INTENDING PURCHASERS OF
HIGH GRADE FURNITURE WE IN
XXFE,t7PZH ESPECIAL ATTENTION
TO THIS GRAND AUCTION ON TUES
DAY NEXT AT 10 O'CLOCK SHARP.
W. C. BAKER and C. A. CROWELL.
ON THURSDAY NEXT
We have the almost new furniture,
carpets, rugs, etc., removed from Ver
non. Also a consignment of furniture
from storage company. Sale on Thurs
day next, at 10 a. m.
W. C. BAKER and C. A. CROWELL,
Furniture Dealers and Auctioneers.
162 Park St.
$600 Ludwig Piano, $80
Monarch Steel Range, Etc.
Mr. Alex. Topert wishes us to adver
tise and sell at public auction on Tues
day, September 6, at 2 p. m.. the fol
lowing goods, now at our auction par
Ludwig & Co., beautiful hand carved
Oak Case Piano, Monarch 6-hole Steel
Range, Select Oak and Bird's "Eye Maple
Dressers, Extension Table, Dining
Chairs. Buffet, Pretty Iron Beds with
all steel springs and felted floss and
other"Mattiesses, Book Cases, Rockers,
Chairs' and Center Tables. Wool Blan
kets. Steel Couches with Mattresses,
Room Size Brussels and Axminster
Rugs,- Linoleum. We will not Itemize
further on thin list but will une the
space to IMPRESS UPON YOU THE
FAOT TJTAT ALL THIS HIGH GRADE
AND COSTLY FURNITURE MUST GO
THROUGH the auctioneers to THE
HIGHEST BIDDER, and this Is the fin
est we have had the pleasure of selling
for some time. ALL ARE WELCOME.
But come etfiiy. as best goods sold first
and starts sharp at 2 p. m. at 211 First
FORD AUCTION CO.
Birthplace of Fruits. -
From Harper'a Weekly. ,
Our strawberry Is derived from a
cross', between the native strawberry of
Virginia, and that of Chill. The rasp
berry is native to temperate Europe and
America and certain parts of Asia. The
apricot originated In China. The peach,
too, waa. originally a Chinese fruit. The
cherry' birthplace waa near, the Cas
palri sea, and the plum comes from the
Caucasus and Turkey. Tha pear Is na
tive in temperate Europe and western
Asia. 'The quince came from southwest
em Europe, the Caucasus and the Car
pjan regtwi. " l( , ."; ' : r-'
The apple is native all over Europe, In
the Caucasus, round the Black Sea and
In Persia. The fig seems to have origi
nated In the lands bordering on the Med
iterranean, "particularly in' Syria;. The
red currant grows wild "all ove Europe,
In 'the Caucasus, the Himalayas, Man
churia, Japan and Arctic America. The
sweet orange originated in southern
China and the elticn In India.
International Joint Commission
Shortly to Be Completed;
. TVIany Plans for Use of
Waterways to Come Up. v;
'Washington, Sept. 2. VThe Internat
ional. Joint commission which will short
ly be completed by the promulgation
of the names of he' Canadian commis
sioners, .the- announcement of. the; Cana
dian personnfl coming through the Brit
ish foreign office, : as -f the appointment
of hh majesty King George Is' the first
piece of International machinery for
direct negotiations and settlement of
questions that may arse between the
United States and the Dominion ot Can
ada. It is a' modified Hague tribunal
confined to the norihoriv-part, of the
North. American continent.
Through the powers conferred upon
this commission by t!ie, 'treaty with
Great Britain of in, the representa
tives of the United States and those of
Canada may take up questions relating
to the development and use, of the wat
erways between the . two countries.
Work of - Commission.
The primary work of the commission
Is In relation to the water "boundary
hoi as to Its location- but - as to Its
uses. There are many plans for the use
of these international waters other than
for navigation. T5ut there has been no
competent authority for granting per
mits and at the same time properly pro
tecting the rights-of the people on the
other side of the International line.
There are pending schemes for de
veloping water power in the 'St. Johns
river .which forms the International
boundary between' Maine and New
Brunswick; for the development of the
Richelieu river which Is the outlet "of
Lake Cfiamplain; for the Improvement
of navigation and the development of
water power in the St Lawrrnce river
between New York, and Ontario: for a
sanitary canal around Niagara Falls on
the American side; for the development
of water power in the Rainy river be
tween Minnesota and Canada, also for
development of water power In the Lnk
of the Woods, anfl uses of the water of
the St. Mary river and the Milk river in
Montana and . Saskatchewan for Irriga
tion purposes. There are smiiller proj
ects, but these larger schemes will fur
nish ample work for the commission and
If nettled ample Justification for the
creation of such en International court
The negotiation of this ' waterways
treaty, creating the International .lolnt
commission. Is the first step towards an
enlarged control by the Dominion of
Canada of her relations with the United
State. These questions relating to the
water boundary are not new. The have
been under consideration for years, but
they had to be handled In the old way
through the diplomatic "representative
of Great Britain, and the negotiations
had to be conducted In the roundabout
way o,f London to Ottawa and back by
the same route to Washington. Such
Indirect negotiations were In a measure
responsible for the dissatisfaction the
Canadians have manifested wth the set
tlement of the Alaskan boundary and
other questions In controversy.
Provides for Dlreet Negotiations.
The International Joint commission
provides for direct negotiations between
Canada and the United States on all
questlo: s rotating to th : water boundary
and opens thp way for the settlement of
all other questions that may arise by
the reference of these uuestionx to that
commission. The general arbitration
treaties betwen the United States and
Great Britain and France ma? fall of
ratification, but In the creation of the
International Joint commisson the be
ginning has been made In the most prac
tical way on the questions touching the
relations of this country and its nearest
neighbor who Is progressing along the
same lines as here, with the same kind
of people who have the same ambitions
and the same enterprise touching the
development of the greatest water power
on the American continent.
The commissioners to represent the
United States have been appointed and
are former V. S. Senator Thomas H.
Carter of Montana; ex-Representative
James A. Tawney of Minnesota, and
Frank S. Streeter of New Hampshire.
Firat White Temple. Rev. Walter
Benwell Hlnaon.. B. Y. P U 1 1 a m
preaching, :16 p. m. Sermons by Rev
Donald D. McLaurln. Topics "The
Ideal Audience," "Portland Under' Mayor
Arleta Rev. Duncan M. McPhall
Sunday school. 10; B. Y. P. U 6 45
Sei vices. 11 and 8. Topics, "The Liv
ing Christ to the Dead Church." "Shin
glee From An Old Roof."
EaBt Side Rev. Albert Ehrgott Ser
vices 11 and 7:46. Sunday school. 10;
6:45 p. m.. outdoor son service. 7-45
Topics, "Remember Jesus Christ." "In
the Sweat of the Brow."
Highland Rev. C. B. ElUott. B. T P
U., 7; Sunday school, 9:45. Services at
11 and 8. Topics. "The Unpardonable
Sin." 'Explaining the Bad Man's Suc
cess." Bellwood Rev. F. W. Haves. II and
7:30; S. 8., 10; Y. P. U.. 6:30.
Calvary U.ev. J. N. Monroe, 1 and
7:30; S. 8.. 10; B. Y. P. V., 5:30.
Immanuel Rev. H. S. Black. Preach
ing at 11 and 7:30; 8. S.. 10; Finding
Out club, 6:15. .
Grace Monta Ilia. Rev. Albert E.
Patch. 11 and 8: S. 8.. Young peo
ple, 7; prayer meeting.. Thursday even
ing. Topics, "Building the Building,"
"A Look in the Looking Glass."
University Park Rev. It A. Leonard
will preach both services, 11 and 7:30:
S. S.,.10; B. Y. P. U 7.
Bunnyslde (German) 8. S.. 9:45. Con
rad Wyss, superintendent.
St. Johns (German) Rev. Karl Feld
meth: S. S.. 9:45; 11 and 7:30; Y. P.
St. Johns Rev. Robert Gray, actlne.
pastor. 11:30 and 7:30; 8. 8.. 10; B. Y.
P. V.. 6:30.
Chinese Mission 353 Burns do street.
S. 8.. 7; J. O. Malone, superintendent.
First German Rev. J. Kratt. 11 and
7;30; S. 8 9l46.
Second German Morris and Rodney.
Rev. Frederick BueffTrwan. 11 and 7:30;
S. 8.. 9:46; Y. P. U., 6:46.
East Forty-fifth Street comer East
Main. Rev. A. B. Waltz. 11 and 7:46.
Lents Rev. J. M. Nelson: 8. S.. 10: 11
and 7:30: B. Y. P. V., 6:30.
Mount Olivet Rev. R. H. Thomas.
11 and 7:80.
TflhernnclA "Rev Ttnhert fTrav hMMtor
S, S., 9:45.. Rermons, 11 and 7:45. Topics,
The commonplace Lire Glorified, "Jo
Third Rev. XV 3. Heaven. 11 and
7:45: SS. 10; B Y. P. IT.. :16. Tonics.
' The Covenant of Communion," "World
Bweflleh noyt ana Fifteenth. ev.
Frederick Linden. 10:46 and 7:45. 8. 8.,
: B. Y. P. U.. :30.
Taylor BtreevRev. Benjamin Young.
D, D.'. 10:30, 8. 8.. 11:15; E. L :45.
Morning class, 9:30. Topics, "Minister
ing Amrels." . "A Message for Labor
Trinity Rev. W. E. Intalla, 11 and
DECREE RECALLS FEUD OF GOVERNOR AND CHIEF JUS
TICE OF RHODE ISLAND
Sit ' V Jr
'Tvi'"" v "w v
2 .V d&jf'-' i ? ' s If 1T Tom
Mrs. Henry W. Stlness of Narragansett Pier. Boston unci Paris, who by a de
cree of the Tribunal of the Seine, has been granted final and absolute di
vorce. This news which has been announced In Paris recalls to memory
the long and bitter feud between Governor Sprague and former Chief Jus
tice John H. Stlness of Rhode Island. The famous war governor perhaps,
never in his life received such Joyful news as when the decree was an
nounced to him in Paris, where he has been confined to the bed by Illness for
the last six months. Mrs. Stlness is his granddaughter. The Sprague
Stlness feud was Instigated through lawsuits that almost dissipated
Sprague fortune. The enmity and bitterness which for years existed be
tween the two families fas tlotght to have come to an unwilling end,
when four years ago Henry W. Stlness, son of Chief Justice Stlness, and
the granddaughter of Governor Sprague, eloped and were married at Prov
idence, R. I. . Tha governor, yielding to the entreaties of his granddaugh-
ter, received the son of his ancient enemy and apparently forgave them.
For the first three years they appeared to be happy, but It was predicted
the marriage would not endure. Mrs. Stlness won ,her freedom on the
grounds of non-support. When the 'decree was announced to the now 8
year old ex-governor, he muttered fervently, "Thank God, my little girl Is
free from the hands of my enemies."
7:30; E. L., 6:30; S. 8., 10; class meet
Grace Dr. II. Cudlipp. 10:30 and 7:45;
S. S., i2:16; Eoworth League. Special
music. Holy communion in the mo
lng. Evening. "Little Thin-" "
First Norwegian-Danish Rev. John
Clauson, 11 and 8; . 8., 10: x. f. m., y.
Sunnyslde Rev. William H. Fry D.
D. ; 11 and 7:30: E. L., 6:15. No eve
ning service. Morning toplo "The So
cial and Moral Conscience."
St. Johns Rev. F. N. Sandefur; 11
and 8: E. L.. 7: S. S.. 10.
Enworth Rev. Charles T. McPherson:
111 Qn.l S- S OiS- V. T. 7 Tnnlni
!"A tflnir' Pillni drOH'" "Tho TXoort"
, . V, I hit . ' I. Dn T - I
land i:30. .
! Laurelwood RejrAsa Sleeth. assisted
by Evangelist George L. Carr. 8. S.,
9:45. Epworth League, 6:30.
Central Rev. C. L. Hamilton, 11 and
7:30; S. S., 9:45; E. L.. 6:30.
Norwegian Danish Rev. C. J. Larsen.
Rev. Joseph Olsen will speak at 11 a.
m; S. S.. 9:45 a. m.
Japanese Mission Rev. Eilsen Rl
bara. 9:30 and 8:30; S. S., 3:30.
Swedish Borthwlck and Beach. Rev.
J. N. Burdell, pastor, 11 and 8; S. S 10;
E. L., 7. '
First German. G. A. Waasa, 11 and
Second German Rev. E. E. Hertsler,
11 and 8; S. S., 9:45; E. L. 7:30.
Centenary Rev. Delmer T. Trimble,
D. D.. aastor speaks at 11 a. m.; 9. S.,
9:45 a. m. Topics, "Christ's Solution
of the Social Problem," "Christ and the
Woodlawn William J. Douglass; 11
and 7:30; S. 8., 10; E. L., 6:39.
Montavilla Rev. Harold Oberg; 11
and 8; S. E.. 10; class meeting, 12; E. L.,
Sellwood Rev. Lester C. Poor, 11 and
7:30; J. E. L., 2:30: E. L.. 6:30.
The Clinton Kelly Memorial Rev. W.
II. Hampton. S. S.. 9:45; 11 and 7:30;
E. L.. 6:30.
University Park Rev. vW. R. Jeffry, J.
11 and 7:30.
African Zlon Rev. W. Matthews; 11
and 8; S. 8., 1; C. E., 7; Missionary rally
at 11; Educational rally nt 8.
Mount Tabor Rev. C. C. Rarlck.
Morning sermon at 11: E. L.. 6:S0; S. 8..
9:45. Topics. "The Hinhest Type of
( hristlan Experience," "The Religion of
a Mechanic." '
Patton D. A. Watters; 11 and 8; S.
8., 10: E. L., 7.
Lents Rev. W. Boyd Moore; 11 and
8; S. S.. 10; E. L., 7.
Woodstock J. D. Voce; 11 and 7:30;
IS. S.. 10; E. L.. 6:30.
Oak Grove Rev. James T. Moore, 11
and 8; S. 8., 10.
Wesleyan Rev. G. C. Wicker, 11 and
8; S. S.r 10; Y. P. M., 7.
Patton Rev. R. S. Meyers, 11 and
7:30; S. 8.. 10; E. I. 6:30.
Central 11 and 0; Bible school rally,
9:45; special song service. Dr. J F.
Ghormley. Topics, "The Carpenter of
'Nazareth," "The Attitude of the Church
to the L-ibor Problem."
Rodney Avenue Bernard W. Bass,
pastor. 9:45 a. in. Sunday school, 11
a. m. ; 7 p. in , Y. P. S C E.. p. m.
Topics, "Mingled in Growth," "Redemp
tion." First 11 and 7:45. S. S.. 10; C. E.,
1:46. Topics, "For Their Snkes." "For
giveness of Sins."
Woodlawn Rev.4 Jfldward Wright, 11
and 7:30: 8. S., 10; C. E.. 6 :.'!'
Gladstone Rev. A. H. Mulkey. Ser
vices, 11 and 7:30. Bible school. 10.
St. Johns J. R.' Johnson, pastor; 8. S..
10; preaching at II and 7:30; C. R.. 6:30.
Montavilla I. O. O. F. S. S., 10.
Preaching. 1 land 8. Rev. G. K. Berry.
Sellwood B. Jones. B. 8. and church
service. 10:30 to 12: .1. C. K. 4:30; 8. C.
E., 6:30; evening service. 7:30.
First Presbyterian church Rev. John
Boyd, minister. Morning worship. 10:30;
Bible school, 12:10; Christian Endeavor
meeting, 6:30; evening worship. 7:30.
Gospel praise service, 7:45. Tuples "The
Law of the Positive." "The Art of
Calvary Rev. Thomas Holmes Walk
er, 10:30 and 7:45; Bible school, noon.
Mlzpah Rev. Harry Leeds, 11 and
8; S. 8., 10.
Fourth Rev. Donald Mackenzie,
10:80 and 7:80: S. 8., 12; C. E., 6:30.
Marshall Street Rev. C. W. Haya, 11
and 7:30. ,
Forbes Rev. Henry M. Pratt; 11 and
7:30; 8. 8., 10; C. E.,- 6:uo
wthorne Park Rev. K. Nelson Al-
ln at'ln-aA Mn avanlnr mrvIrK
n . . . ......... ... .am
cieamoni kcv J. r;. nnyaer. i..,iu sou
7;30: C. 8.. 11: C. C. 6:46. Morning ad-
dress by Rev. W. 8. Holt. No evening
Third Rov. William Parsons. 10:80
and 6:4 5. 8. S.. 12. Topics, "God's Sug
gestions for Building Up a Church."
Westminster Rev. Henry Mareotte,
10:30 and 7:45; S. S., 12; Y. P. 8. C. E.,
Mount Tabor Rev. Edward M.' Sharp,
ll'and 8; S. 8, 10.
Spokane Avenue Rev. D. A, Thomp
son, 11 and 7:30; 8. 8.. 10; C. E., 6:30.
Hope. Montavilla Rev. Henry L.
Nave. 8. 8.. 10; II and 7:30
Kenll.worth Rev. M. 43. Martin, pas
tor. Morning. 10:30: H. 8., 11:45.
Millard Avenue Rev. Charles T.
Roosa. Services. 7:45; 8. S.. 10; "Whole
hearted Christians." Illustrated lecture
Anabel Robert N. McLean. Ser
vices 11 and 7:45; 8. 8., 9:46; C. E..
at 7. Special evening service.
Vernon Rev. George W. Arms, Jr.,
10:30 and 8; S. 8., 12: C. E., 7.
Rose City Park Services 11 and 7:45;
Rev. Boudlnot Seely.
Gregory Heights II. C. Marshall, pas
tor; 8. S.. 10 a. m.; sermon 11 a. m.
Chinese 145V4 First, 7:45; S. S 6:46.
St. Mary's Pro-Cathedral Most. Rev.
A. Christie, D. D. Low mass, 6. 8 and
9. High mass and sermon, 11. Vespers,
Instruction and benediction. 7:45.
St. Joseph's (German) Rt. Rev.
James Rauw. V. O. Low mass, 8. High
mass and sermon, 10:30. Vepers, bene
St. Francis Rev. J. H. Black. Low
mass, 6, x:30 and 9:30. High mass and
sermon, 10:30. Vespers, Instruction and
St. Lawrence's Rev. J. C. Hughes.
Low m:iSH, 6, 7 and 8:30. High mass
and sermon, 10:30. Vespers and bene
St. Michael's ( Italian) Jesuit Fa
thers. Low mass. 8. Hleh mass and
sermon, 10:30. Vespers and benediction"
Immaculate Heart of Mary Rev. W.
A. Daly. Low mass. 6. 8 and 9. High
mass and sermon, 10:30. Vespers and
Ascension, Montavilla Rev. J p
Flt.patrlek. Mass at 8. High mass
with sermon. 10:30. Sunday school at
9. Benediction at 3:30.
St. Patrick's Rev. K. p. Murphy.
Low mass, 8. High mass and sermon,
10:30. Vespers and benediction, 3:30.
St. Stephen's Rev. -W. A. Waitt. Low
mass, S:30. High mass and sermon,
Holy Rosnry Very Rev. A 8. Law
ler: Low mass, 6, 7 and 8:30. High
mass and sermon, 10:30. Vespers and
Sacred Heart. Mllwaukle Rev. Gre
gory Rohle, O. 8. R. Low mass. 8 Hltrh
mass and sermon, 10:30. Vespers and
IIolv Crflss. University Park Rov. J.
P. Thlllmsn, C. S. C Low mass, 8:30
High mass and sermon. 10:30. Vespers
and benediction, 4.
Holv Redeemer Rev. Ed. K. Gant-wi-ll,
C. 88. R. Low mass, 8. High
masjiand sermon. 10:31 Benediction. 4.
St. Andrew's- Rev. Thomas Klnrnan.
Low mass. 8. High mass and sermon.
10. Vespers, Instruction and benedic
St. Ignatius Rev. F. Dillon, S. J.
Low mass, 8 and 9:30. Mass. sermon
and benediction, 10:30.
St. Stanislaus (Polish) Rev. Charles
Seroskl. Low mass. 8: hlah mass and
Trinity Church Rev. A. A. Morrison,
rector. Services at 8 arid 11 a. tn.. and
8 p. in.
Bt. Matthews Rev. Wm. A. M. Greek.
8. 8.. 10. Service, 11a. m.
Pro-Cathedral of St. Stenhen the
-Martyr Rev. It M. Ramsay. Holy
communion, 7:80. Prayer and sermon.
11 and 7:30. Sunday school, 10.
Churclt of Our Savior Woodstock
Vespers. 4. Holy communion and ser
mon on the fourth Sunday of each
month at 1 a, m. .
St. Davld'a-Wlev. HenrV Russell Tnl-
bott. 7:80. celebration Of the Holv Eu
charist; 11, morning Holy Eucharist ser-
mon. no evening service until Sep
tember. Bt. Anarewe. Portsmouth Holy
eucharlst and sermon, 11; prayer and
sermon, 7:30: 8. 8.,; 10 a. tn. '
All 8nlnts'--Hev. Roy Edgar Reming
ton.. Holy communion. 8 a. m. 9:45.
8. 8. 11 morning service; evening ser-
n-'l m . r r. .
pi; mars s kcv.i j, n, u. rtimpson. i
Holy eucharUt. 7:10. 8. 8.. :46: holy
eucharlst and sermon, 11. ' Evensong
and sermon, ViSO.
St. John's Church Rev. T. F. Bowen.
B. S.. 8. Evening prayer and sermon, I.
Good Shepherd Rev. John Dawson.
11 and 7.30. 8. 8., 9:45.
Ascension Chapel Portland Heights.
S. 8., :S0.
Grace Memorial Rev, George B. Van
Waters and Rev. Oswald W. Taylor, rec
tor. Prayer, and sermon, 11 and 8. Holy
communion at 8. S. 8.. 10.
St. Paul's, WOodmere Rev. Oswald
W. Taylor. 8. S.. 3. Services, i.
Bishop Morris Memorial Chapel,
Good Samaritan Hospital Rev. William
R. Powell, chaplain. Holy communion.
7. a tn. Ward services. 3. Prayer and
St. John's, Mllwaukle Rev. T. V.
Bowen. 8. 8., 2. Evening prayer and
St.- Michael and All . Anaels' Rev.
Gerald 'C. Potts, curate. 7:30 and 11.
First Rev. Luther R. Dyott. D. D..
11 and 746. Tonics, "Loves Triumph,"
"The Glory of Individually."
St. Johns Rev. O. W. Nelson; 11 and
8; . 8., 10.
Laurelwuod Rev. 'William H. Meyer,
6. 8 10 and 8; V. E.. 7:16.
Sunnyside Rev. J. J. Stavib: 11 and
7:4S; 8. 8.. 10; . B. :45: topics, "An
Indispensable Equipment," "The-Unmis
takcHble Ka mlly trait."
HsKsnlo Street J. M. lxwden; ser
vices 11 a. m.; Bible sehool, 10 a. m.
Highland Rev, E. 8. Bollinger. W.
H. Barber, supt.. 11 and 7:45 worship: Y
P. 8. C. r..f :4ft. Topics, "The l,azarus
Of Christ." "Bread and Hwcat." I
F rst German Rev. John II Hopp;
:30and 7:30; S. S.. 9:15; r. K.. fi:30.
University Park Rev. . C. Kantner,
D. D., pastor; preaclilng, 11 a. m. and
8 p. m.; S. S.. 10 a. m.
Atkinson Memorial Rev. Herbert O.
Crocker; S. S., 10; worship, 11; no eve-
Waverlv Heights L. 8. Winev. pas
tor: worship. 11 nnd 7:30; S. S.. 10.
Pilgrim Preachipg at 11 and 8; S. S.,
9:45; C. E-. T.
Seventh Day Advaatlst.
Centrdl Church Q. W. Pettlt, pastor.
Services: Sabbath school. 10 a. m.;
preaching. 11 a. m.; Sunday night
preaching, 8 p. m.. subject, "The Mil
lenium:'' Wednesday night prayer ser
vice 7:30; young peoples meeting, Fri
day night. 7:30.
Monta villa Church A. M. Dart, pas
tor. Services: Sabbath school. 10 n.
m.: preaching 11 a. rn.; prayer meeting,
Wednesday night, 7:50.
Mount Tabor Church Chapel Port
land sanitarium. A. M. Dart, pastor.
Services: Sabbath school, 3 p. m.:
preaching. 4 p. m.; prayer meeting, Wed
nesday night, 7:30.
Alblna Church II. Haefft, pastor.
Services: Sabbath school, 11 a. m.;
preaclilng. 12 a. m.; prayer meeting.
Wednesday night. 7:30. i
Scandinavian Church, Arleta Ailolph
Johnson; residence. Arleta. Sabbath
school. 11 a. m.: preaclilng. 12 a.
prayer meet lug, Wednesday night, 7:30.
Lents Church C. K Fnlkeniberg, pus
tor, Mllwaukle, Or. Service: Sabbath
school, 11 a. m.; preaching, 12 a. m.;
prayer meeting, Wednesday night. 7:30.
. Seventh Day Adventlst Church East
Eleventh and Everett streets. Song ser
vice, 7:46 p. in.; preaching. 8 p. m.
United Brethren in Christ.
Radical Rev. Oscar A. Martin, 11 and
7:30; 8. 8., 10; C. E.. 6:30.
First Russell 8. Showers, pastor.
11 and 8. S. 8., 10: Y. P. 8. C. E.. 7
Friends," "The Iron Made to Swim."
Alberta tev. John W. ' Spnecher. Ill
and 7:30; 8. 8.. 10; C. E., 6:30; sermons
by Rev. N. Y. Sprecher. evenjug. Rev. E.
Tremont Rev. Morris Goodrich, 11
and 7:30; 8. 8., 10. Topics, "The Bap
tism of the Holy 8plrit," "The Great
South Mt. Tabor Rev. C. F. Blanch
Hrd. 11 and 8: 8. S.. in; Y. P. S. C. E.,
7 p. m. Topics. "The Laborer," "Cour
aae." Guv Woodworth Memorial Rev. R.
G. Summerlin. Services, 11 and 8; S. 8.,
10; Y. P. S. C. E . 7.
St. James' English P.. Allen Leas,
pastor: morning services at 11 a. m.; no
evening service: 8. S. at 10 a. m. Topics,
"A Man's Job." "Flvo Great Thines."
Betania Danish Rev. J. Scgtt, 11 and
s; H. s., in.
Swedish Immanuel Rev. J. Richard
Olson. 11 and 8; S. 8., 9:45.
United Norwegian Detmar Larsen;
11 and 7:30: 8. 8.. 9:45; 9:30.
Our Saviour's (Norwegian Synod)
Rev. R. O. Thorpe; services, 11; 8. 8.,
12; 7:30. No evening service.
Zlon's German H. H. Koppelmann,
10:15; 7:45; S. 8., 9:15.
St. Paul's German Sunday school at
9:30 a. m.; morning service at 10:30 a.
m.; evening service at 8 p. m.; Rev
Buechler will deliver the morning and
Trinity German (Missouri Synod)
Williams and Sellwood; J. A. Rlmbach,
9:16; 8. S.. 10; 7:30.
Swedish Augustana Rev. H. E. Sand
stedt. 10:45 and 7:45; 8. 8., 9:30.
Radish Mission Rev. B. J. Thoren;
ii ui.,1 a- h s in- v p K-an
KlimChapei Rev. B. ' J. Thoreen,' 11?
B. 8., 10.
Immanuel German (Sellwood) H. C.
Ebellng, 10:80: 8. 8.. 9:30.
Grace English (Missouri Synod)
Kerhy and Fargo. Rev. Carl Hassold.
10:30 and 7:30; 8. 8., 9:30.
Scott carline E. G. Heess. pastor; ser
tor; 8. 8., 9:30; public worship, 10:45.
Lutheran Free church Rev. B. A.
Berrevlk: services at 11, 2:30 and 7:30.
Evangelical Synod, German, Mount
Beott carline E. G. Heesse, pastor; ser
vice at 11; 8. S., 10.
First Church of the Nazarene Rev.
C. H. Davis. 8. S., 9:45; Children's day
exercises. 11 a. m. ; Y. P. II. L 6:30;
evening service. 8 p. m.: prayer meet
ing. Wednesday. 7:30: street meeting.
Union avenue and Burnside street, 8
Sellwood Church of the Nazarene--
Rev. Fillmore Talner. S. 8.. 10; preach-,
lng services, 11 and 8; prayer meeting,
Tuesday, Friday. 8.
Brentwood Church of the Nazarene
A. Wells 8. 8., 10; preaching services,
11 and 7:30; prayer meeting Wednesday,
Scandinavian Church Rev. C. Erlck
sen. Preaching 11 and 7:30; prayer
meeting. Thursday, 7:30.
Third Rev. J. L. Acheson, 11; 8. S-,
First Rov. S. Earl Du Pols 10:30;
S. S.. 12; C. E.. 6:45: 7:45: topics. "The
Now and the Hereafter of the Chris
tian, rhe Jeweled Life."
The Church of the Strangers
Rev. K. Earl DuBols; services for the
deaf; 8. S.. 10; C. E.. 7; Christian En
deavor, 6:30. Services at 10:30 and 7:30.
Kenton S. 8., 10:30.
First English F. B. Culver, 11 and 8
p. ni.: S. S . 10; Y. P. A., 7; sermons by
Rev. S. N. Entorl of Belgrade. Montana,
followed by communion.
Memorial Morris Heverllng, 11 and 8;
S. 8.. 10. Children's dav program
North Portland, (German l I. Stock
er; S. 8.. nt 10; sermon at 11 and 8; Y.
P. M., 7:15.
First German H. Schuknecht; 10:46
and 7:30; 8. 8., 9:30.
"Flrst Rev. 8. 8. Mumey; 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.: S. 8, 10; Keystone League,
Christian Endeavor, 6:30.
Ocklev Green Rev. J. Bowersox, 11
end 8; f S . 10; C. E.. 7; K. L. C. E., 7
&m. Evening address by Rev. 8. N.
St. Johns Ivanhoe and John. Rev.' C.
P. Yates; S. 8., 10.
Advent Chester F. L. 8mlth; preach
ing, 10:30 and 7:30; Sunday scjiool, 12;
P. K. 1... 6:30. Topics. "The Way to
irreater Power and Usefulness," ''The
Great Words of Scripture," "Adoption."
Church of Our Father Rev. W. G,
Eliot, Jr.r Rev. T. L. Eliot, D. D., mln
Ister merllus; no services. "Self Re
spect Versus Atheism," t
. fee Methodlatj.
First chtiwh Rev. ,W, J. Johnson.
nnHtor: eVaneelistio nreachlna: at 11
and 7:30; street meeting. 7 87 8., 10;
v W I.1A
r. m., j.ov, . .
Second ChurchRev. Wilbur N. Cof-
DESK HAS TALE
Senator Owen fells Old Story
of Nathan, the- t, j
(ITnltea frem Leie(l Wire.) t "
Washington, Sept. 2,Oh the desk Of
Senator Robert L. Owen, of Oklahoma,
In the senate office building. Is a
statuette that excites the Interest and
admiration of many visitors. Asked tn
; toll the Ktory of the artistic creation -
oonauir uwen said tooay: .
"The statuette Is of Nathan the Wrse, '
It is a piece of pure Carrara marble.- X '
bought it. not only because It la an ex- '
-. i uui oticauBR or my
admiration of the 'titory V Nathan the
Wise. The story, as i rmmh lr.
and 1 have not heard It for many yeara.'.
is substantially, as follows: . ,' ,
"Saladin was the Sultan of AvHL
noted for the noblest qualities of chiv-
lalry. jrreatnesd of n,,i ...,..
and moderation. H '.i .w..iu.. "
ilpr, ,i, "' C , ,
L. If 5 ,the "iree reat religions to
appear before him and when they had '
argued the case of the Christian, Mo
hammedan and Buddhist religions'
Saladin was confused, and he called on
.Nathan the Wise to explain to him the
"Nathan replied with a atory of '
famous emperor who had lived Ion
before. When he was about to die the
emperor called In, separately, his three
beloved sons. Each of them prayed, aa
a parting gift, a magic ring worn by
the emperor, which had the wonderful,
quality of makim, . -
n ... iiudbfsoui uga
loved by his fellow men. It gave hap
piness, peace and prosperity, "
"The emperor promised the ring to
each of the sons. Being troubled In
mind, he caused his skilled Jeweler to
make two exact duplicates. Having
confused the rings, he gave one to each
of the sons, admonishing each to kelp
It as a profound secret, disclosing to no
one that he possessed the ring.'
"Nathan's story concluded: -
"A year after the emperor died tho
brothers assembled in annual reunion
nn eacn disclosed to the other that he
,ma'1' rlr,s As good brothers
should do. thev then p, .u-
; I ever showed by his life that he w.a
virtuous, honorable and kind to his fel
low men, and was beloved, by his ll-
ringmCn' hS " Wa3 Wh had th mff10
"And so. Saladin.' said Nathan the'
Wise, you may determine between
those great philosophers. Whoever
shows by his life ,hat ne , vlrtuou;
honorable and kind to his fellow marf
and Is beloved by his fellow man. h
has a right to claim that he has the
"It was this story which Induced me
to buy the statuette nt v ,,,.. .i
fn; 6:30and 7:3: S" S" 10: TO"
St. Johns 11 and 7:30.
(entt-al Church Rev. W. H. Boddyi
vires" 10O4esrm,Onr DH"c,fner- Ptor; ser
vices 10.45 a. m.; 8. 8., 9:30 a. m.
K B. Chnroh Bonth.
..f"' E- H- Mowre, 11 and 7:80; 8. 8.
9:45: evening topic, sermon by fa? M
m X.auKhan, editor of the Pacifio
by Rev. E. B. Jones, presiding elder,
. . Evangelical By nod.
St. Johannes. German, Hamilton Ha!L
near Gray s Crossing Rev. E. Q HesVa
service at 11; s. 8., 10. tteeee.
,, Senrloea for the Deaf.
United Presbyterian Rev. a icai
DuBols, 10:30 and 8; C. , 7. 1
First Church of Christ II. 8; subject
of lesson sermon, "Man" suojaci
oesona, woodmen Han s-
a. m.; aubject of lesson.
DCfcht 10:45h;e8O8T,rR,? 'i"
Topics. sOoes8Your8Job'PaVf A ijit
bor Day Message.
wlj; sTealcCatA?crockWUllM, P"""
Church Of the Brethren (Dunkardat
u.e;VCGev?r.3C6 'rl- 11
Bu3ffle.h i?TSo8.avdailo,, Am-i
.trVeeltUDt8?sro" .0nfdA8mSeoriCa-285 Bur.ldO
New Church Society (SwedenboralanV'
hT'hi thTa.nd Alde.r' Knlfhts of Pyth'
hJ ?t "v, 15yser,c a,,3 oernion. II,
by Rev. M. T. Woodward, of San DieioT
The Church of God. 361 FaHin street
Rev. J. T. Neal. pastor. Sunday ser
vices at 10 (German). 2:30 7 46- g a
v ; M8MmonyJ',nduPrl"e-.metlnV
o c't?' A-J8lx.t.h ,n1 Taylor streets
R. R. Perkins, religious director. Meet
ing for men at 3. addressed by Dr. R,
A. Hume, of India. -Lents
Church Center street. Myra'
8. 10? C E. P?46?h,a,r ."
Jiission-jruu gospel Sunday f.
A Song of tho Marshea. t
Man Is the lord of the land and thai
moon is the dueen of the eea,v .:
But the marshes have neither lord nor.
queen, the fair wide marine
are free. ' :
Their blossoms flaunt In the wind,
which sows what the frost dotu
And all the marsh is astir with a Ufa
that never knows sleep. 4-
Swallows twitter and dart, while In
Ihe sun-glad weather.
Grasses and rushes and rippling reeds
, .1, down the wind together.
Oh, the idle, sunny marshes so Jubls,
lant and free! .....
The shlmmerina sinslnc mar.hu that
neither are land nor sea! t
Sparkle of myriad fireflies, frogs that"
twan ihrUKtt th night. .
Whirling of water beetles on pools
where the moon shines white;
ing Where shadows abide,
Thingsthat are hungry and stealthy,
things that raven and hide.
The water rat gnaws at the roots and
the night heron cries for hie prey.
Till the dawn-wind sighs in the reeda
, and the marsh-wren heralds thr
. day. ' :
Sound nd movement always life - IB
so eager and free.
In the whispering starlit marshes that
neither are land nor sea. i
Then Rummer enda in the marshes, ,
' and all their alnzlns la done:
Gone is tho flashing of wings, and tho
' glanelng of fireflies gone.
Only the wind sighs on through, th
Earth yields harvest, and 9 does th
v tea; but none reaps harvest her t
Unteasedunted for their tressure,
unfurrowed bv share or kl.
The marsheu are left alone, wMle Ihe
chill ; gray en-m!ita steal
Over, the tlffeiiii--r recd-b'-' -'' -
clinging mists mm itm ian.i-
Veiling the sorrowful tr ..!-. t. tt
:'!' .neither warn s ;i ;mr ,. 1
Maud ioi;U! i.t , .