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SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1821.
THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL: PORTLAND. OREGON
Brotherhood of American Yeoman, state ceas
e's,. -Eaeen. April.
Infer Usual Mining Congiuaa Portland. April
' A. O. U. W. grand lodge, Portamad. AprO 19.
Boresters of America, grand court. Portland.
May 22 and 23.
Bey I and Select Masters, grand ooneU. K
gene, Apnt It. - r
-Modern Woodmen of Ac rica. state eamp.
Bend, t7 10. - . '
Bebekah state assembly. Albany, May 17.
Military Order of too Loral Legion, Portland.
May 10. . .
Knight of Colombo, auto aooncfl. Portland.
May St. '
National Association of Building Ownata and
, Boa Featival, June 8. and 10.
Stat Medical association, June, v
A. r. and A. M., grand lodsa. Jon 14.
' Order Eastern Bur. grand chapter, June 1.
Indian War Veteran of North i if Coast.
June 30. -jf--; -
Northwest conference of gradual nurses. Jana
22 to 24.
State Latter Carriers' esaoc Uoa. Kogeoe,
June 25 , : '
. night Templar, grand eommeadary. ...
Grand. October lit.. -:. --
Portland and Vicinity Sunday fair; heavy
f mat Honda-y ' rooming; winds mostly westerly.
. Ir gon and Waahinaton onnday fair; heavy
5 frost in early morning; moderat winds, mostly
. westerly. '
. " WfiTHEB COSDITIOS9
' The ouUtandmg feature of today's man Is a
. . . . t 4 1 1 n !:&tm
low inn.uiT Bm. . ....... . - - - -- -
Colorado and covers the central, middle western
and southwestern rtales. High presuro prevails
along and near the Atlantic coast and over the
Northwest, the highest readings being In North
ern Alberta and off the British Columbia coast.
Precipiurjon has occurred over an irregular area
reu-limc from the middle Pacific eoaS and north
ern Kooky Mountain re (km to the Crest Lakes.
Know is fall ina in. Wyoming:, Montana. Manitoba
and snd Colorado. Toe weather is much colder
in the norther n Rocky Mountain state and the
extreme northern plains region, and is generally
warmer in the Central and Middle Western
8 Lata. The temperature is 25 degrees abov
normal in the upper Ohio valley and is 26 decrees
below norm in Northern Alberta, ' -
Relatire humidity at Portland: Noon yesterday.
83 per oeht; S p. m . yesterday., SO per cent;
9 . m. today, 78 per cent j .
lrecipiUUon linoe January 1 Total.
inches; normal. 10.61 inches; exes. 2.84
inches. EDWARD L WELLS.
TEMP. ' -
42 24 .08
48 80 ,02
72 52 0
4ft 48 .01
44 4 .06
S3 44 .62
' 82 32 .02
68 44 O
64 44 ' 0
42 20 .04
76 . . 0
64 Sfr 0
88 .... O
70 B6 .10
" 72 52 0
62 86 .20
52 40 0
82 66 0
70 52 0
,80 .... 0
4 42 .02
I 66 46. -.12
7S 62 0
82 48 0
68 58 0
60 42! .03
r6 ! .08
80 5 ' 0
66 48 O
74 66 .66
62 40 0
46 30 ,.20
! 64 64 O
62 48 ' 0
60 40 .06
62 32 .04
I 60 84 O
48 42 t 0
46 26 -O
82 , . . . 0
SO , 34 : 0
53 84 .01
56 33 O
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TloHton, Mast. .
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I Kreano, Cal. .............
Helena, Mont. . . ....,
'Honolulu, T. H. ......... .
Huron, 8. P..'.,..........
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Kansas City, Mo. . . .
Ixs Angelas.' Cat ....... .-.
Marshfield, Or. ........ .
Med ford. Or. ...........
Memphis. Tenn. ..........
New Orleans. La. .......
New Tork, N. T.... .......
Nome, Alaska ...........
North Head, Wash.. .......
North Platte, Neb. ........
Oklahoma City. - Okla... . ...
Phoenix, Axis. ...........
PittKhnrg, Pa. ..,.....,
I'ortland. Or. ...........
Prince Albert, 8sk. .......
Jtoseburg, Or. ......
Roiwen. N. W. . i ........ .
Kscrsmento, Cal. .........
Nt- IxHiis, Mo. ............
St. ' Paul. Minn. . .........
Malt Lake City, I' tab, .......
Han Diego, f 'aL ....... . , . .
Kan FrancLtco. Cat ........
Hheridan. Wyo. . ..........
Sttks. Afcfka ...........
Mpokane, Wash.'.,. .......
"Tsnana, Alaska . . . . . . . .-.
. Tatonsh vlfland, Waeh. ......
Tonopah, Nevada .........
;Vlde,. Alaska . . . . . .
v auirouver, B-1.....4...,.
Walla Walla, Wal. .
Wsahintcton, D. ,C. ........ .
P. M. report of preceding day. .
' Sliepherd's An to Bas Lines Portland
St Helens division Leave Portland
7 :30 a. m. (Monday only), 10 a. m.. 1 :30
p. nx, 4 p. m. ; arrive at St Helena 8
a. m- 11:30 m- 3 p. m 5:30 p. m.
Leave St Helens 7:30 a. m., 10 a. m.
(Monday only), 1:30 p. m., 3 p. m., 6:30
p. rru ; arrive Portland 9 a. m, 11
aw' m. (Monday only), 3 p. m.. 7 p. m.
Saturday and Sunday leave St Helens
p. m. ; leave Portland 11:15 p. m.
Buses leave St Charles hotel. Front and
Morrison. Phon Marshall 4381. Adv.
Shepherd's Asto tsua itaet Portland-.
Multnomah Falls devision Leave Port
land 9 :S0 a. m., 10:30 a. m 4 p. m.,
arrive Multnomah 11:15 a, m 12:15
p., m., 5 :45 p. m. Leave Multnomah 8
a. m., 12 :50 p. m.. 3 :50 p. m, arrive Port
land 9 :30 a. rru. 2 :45 p. m., 6 p. m. Sat
urday and Sunday leave Multnomah 6
p. m., leave Portland 11 :15 . m. Buses
leave St - Charles hotel. Front and Mor-
' rlson streets. Phone Marshall 438). Ad,
' Shepherd's Asto Bas Maes Portland
Astoria and Seaside - division Leave
Portland 10 a. rru, 1 :30 p. m. ; arrive
-Astoria 3:30 p. m.. 7 p. m. Leave As
toria 10 a. m., 1 :30 p. m. ; arrive Port
land 3 :30 p. m., 7 p. m. Buses leave St.
Charles hotel. Front and Morrison. Tele-
: phone Marshall 438L Adv.
Astoria' Stage Commencing April 1,
gers wishing to arrive in Astoria early
in the evening, the Astoria -stage will
leave the St Charles hotel. Front and
Morrison, at 1 p.- m., instead of 1:30.
arriving in Astoria at 6 p. nx, making
U119.-1 wuuiQCLion lor oeasiaar i&uv. : J
Shepherd's Aato Bs laes Portland-
8 :S0 a. zn-. 2 :45 p. m. ; arrive Hood River
12 :30 p. m., :00 p. m. ; leave Hood River
8 :30 a. m., 2:30 p. m. ; arrive Portland
12:30 p. m., 5:45 p. m. Buses leave St
Charles hotel. Front and Morrison sts.
Phone Marshall 4381, Adv.
- Banter at Charrh of Oar Father At
Easter- service, 10:30 a. m.,1 Church of
Our Father (Unitarian), Broadway and
Yamhill, Rev. W. G. Kllot Jr. will preach
on "The Joyous Life," concluding the
March series. Little children cared for
in church parlor during service.
Slsbeth's Hani tor lam, located at Rock
wood station, quarter of , mile south of
-Base. Line ; road. This is , a beautiful,
homelike and l quiet , place for nervous
an'd .chronic invalids. Phone Tabor 8239,
or office Bdwy. 518. Adv.
"World Imperialism "World Imperialism"-will
be discussed by W. R. Snow
of Chicago at the meeting of the So
cialists at Portland at o'clock Sunday
night in Alisky hall, Third and Morrison
streets, - : V : . .
Forester Allen TJeparts K. T, Allen,
forester for the National Lumber Man
ufacturers' association, is leaving today
for Chicago to attend a meeting of the
association to be 'held next Wednesday.
Exchange of cards of invitation to
Mrs-iRose Coursen-Reed's students' con
cert at The Auditorium will take place
Monday 10 a. m. Sherman, Clay Co.
The Proper ".Number to call la asT
3088 -when you need the Salvation Army
truck to come for castoff- clothing, mag
azines, newspapers, etc Address 24-28
Union ave. Ma J. John Bree. district of
ficer. AdV. ; ; .S ; -
I.ectsre Series Closing "She eerles 'of
Sunday morning meetings recently start-
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Main 6367. . Portland, Oregon.
ed at Temple Beth Iarael i by Rabbi
Jonah B. Wise will be closed this Sun
day, as Habbt Wise is leaving for, the
Kast during the early part of net
week for an extended visit. He will
preach at 11, . m. on "The. Influence
and Attitude of Religion on literature
and Art." Walter Jenkins will sing a
solo. J'V-.f 'fl ; f ; Xft:'X i J'K J''i '
; Veteran to Entertain Over-the-Top
post, Veterarus of Foreign , Wars, will
g-ive a smoker and entertainment In room
575, courthouse, Monday night. It is
announced that one of the best programs
yet. prepared by , the post will be given,
and all members and those eligible f6r
membership are Invited to--attend. .
Insist on Bravdly's Pies C?ocoanut, ap
ple, pineapple, huckelberry, raisin, apri
cot. etc. the j best pies, regardless of
price. Bradly Tracy, j (Signed) K- II.
Bradly-Adv. , . '
1 PortlaBd-TTewbei r Boa Leave Fourth
and Alder daily. 8 :30, 9 :S0, 11 a. m. and
1. 2 :30. 4:15, :30. 6:30 p. m. : Saturday
and Sunday. 11 p. m. Phono Main 3314.
Steamer America, for St. Helena and
way landings, daily-at 2:30 p. m, foot
of Alder street Sundays.- St Helena only,
at U:30 a. m. Main 8323. Adv. v
: Salem -MU1 City Stage XIne Connect
O. , Nft S for Mill City connect O.
2. No. 9 ito Stayton only). Jos. Ham
man. Salem 'phone 44. Adv.
Portland -Salem Stage Cadillacs, 12
passenger, leave Journal building a.
m.. 1 p. m., 4 p. ,1x1. daily. Fare. l-7
,gpathi Market, operated, by Paul Ft
Spath, former owner Bay City Market,
In old location.. Phone Main 804. Adv.
Portland-Tlllamook Cadillac stage line
leaves Hoyt hotel daily at 8:30 a. m.
Phone Broadway 1960. Adv. ' ,
' 8. H. Green Stamps for Cash Hol
man Fuel "-i Main 353, 660-21. Adv.
Br. Vf.Vf. Christie has returned. Adv.
EPISCOPALIANS TO PRE
SENT LENTEN GIFTS
(Continued From Pace Sixteen)
Strain": antliMn, "Christ Our Passover-Is Sscri
ficed for us";f Kyria . iElvey) : Gloria yibi
(Paxtonl r hymn. "Jesus Christ Is It inert To
day": offertory solo by Q. Randolph Thomas ;
Sursum Cords (Camidge): Sanctus Camidge) ;
Benedictus (Adamg) ; Agnus Pei - (Adams) ;
(Jloria id Excelsia (C'i Chant) J Nunc Dimittis
(Gregorian -Chant) ; recessional, "The Strife Is
O'er." There will also be an early celebration
of the holy communion at 7:43 a. m. . and even
song st 7:30 p.t m. The children's Easter serv
ice will be held at 10 a. m. Sunday evening
addresses oa the early history of the Christian
church are being given by the Rev. John D.
Rice.. . -r-
" St, Johns Episcopal Mission
At the Easter morning service of the Episcopal
church in St. Johns, beginning at 9 a. m., the
offertory solo will be sung by Miss - M'Jriel
Thomas. The service wiU be held in the Odd
Fellows' hall. ; .;
- 84 Michaels Episcopal '
The Easter festival at St. Michaels Episcopal
church. Rev. T. F. Bowen, vies, will begin with
a celebration of the holy communion at 7 :30.
At 9:45 the Sunday school will observe Easter
with suitable service, and present their Lenten
savings, which will be devoted to missionary
pnrposes. The principal service will be at 1 1
o'clock, with a choral Eucharist, sermon end
special Easter nrnsic Eyrie's communion office
will be sung. The anthems win be "As It Be
gan to Dawn, on the First Tajr of the Week,"
and "Great Is -the Lord." by Gounod. Harry
8. Ssunders is choir leader and Miss Edna Bur
ton, organi- . Other choir members - are Mrs.
John Archibald.' Mrs. George W. Perrins, Miss
Lots Cowyill, Mix Erma Rod da. Miss Ruth
Brinckerhoff and Mi Bertha Brinckerhoff. so
pranos: Mrs. H. Thompson, Mrs. R. H. Byng.
Mrs. Dean Vincent, altos; George C.- Burton.
H. C Ssvege, IL H. Thompson, bassos: -W. E.
Rdaa, Merritt Rodda and C. G. Griffen. -tenors.
f. .Church of the flood Shepherd .
The Sunday morning Easter celebration at the
Chnrcb of the Good Shepherd (Episcopal) ; given
nnder the direction of tha Rev. John Dawson,
follows:. - , .. - : . -j . -
Processional- "Welcome. , Happy Morning".
Christ Our Passover ............. Mornington
Te Dram ... J .............. .. Van Bcekeron
Benedictus . - .................... Heathcote
Introit "Alleluia, Alleluia" ,.. .. Monk
Kyrie . . , , . . .. , . Tuckerman
Gloria Tibi ......................... Anon
Hymn "Jews Chrwt Is Risen Today", . ...
.... ...... i., -, . . ... . ... ..... A Wo an
Sermon Anthem, "The Resurrection Morn"
....... ... J. Lamont Galbraith
Rnrum Corda i. ................ .. Camigge
Communion Hymn "And Now O Father". . .
",......... .. . .... ..'...'.., Monk
Gloria, in Excelsis ....... ... . . . , Old Chant
Nuns Dimitis .................... Gregorian
Recessional "He Is Risen, He Is Risen". ...
, . . ............................. Neano
8ti Matthews Episcopal
Special Faster services will be held at St
Matthews Episcopal church, Corhejt street and
Bancroft avenue, Easter Sunday morning at
7:45. 10 and 11 o'clock.
, St. Marks Episcopal
. At St. Marks Episcopal cbnrch. Twenty-first
and Marshall streets, there will be celebrations
of the holy communion at 7:30, 8:30. At Jl
o'clock the congregation will sing- the com
munion service, by Simper. The - rector, the
Rev. John G. Hatton, will preach the sermon.
Evensong and sermon "at 7:43 o'clock. .
Church of Our Savior .",".."
At the Chnreh of Onr Savior, Woodstock, the
Rev. John Brian McCormick. - Ticar. the chil
dren'a service will be held at 10 a. ra., with the
presentation of alms and the flowering of the
cross. Holy communion and sermon at 11
o'clock. " Evensong and sermon at 7:30.
St. Johns Episoopal 5.
At St Johns Episcopal church. Sell wood, the
Rev. John Brian McCormick. vicar, there WiU
be a celebration of the holy communion at 8
o'clock, with, morning prayer and sermon at 11.
At 5 o'clock there wiU be the children's service,
with the presentation of tha Lenten offering ana
flowering of U cross. . - .
Grace Memorial Episoopal
The following program will be given 8unday
morning at the . 1 1 o'clock service at Grace
Memorial Episcopal church by a rested choir
of 50 voices, under tha direction of H. C. Day,
organist: - . ; -
Processional, "Welcome. Happy Morning".",.
Anthem, "Christ the Ixird Is Risen". .....
Soloists, Mrs. M. 1 Price, lira. Charles Moody.
Kyrie ..,. Elvey
Gloria Tibi ...... . . Hodges
Hymn. "Jesus Christ Is Risen Today". .Morgan
Offertory, "Hosanns" . L. .......... . .Granier
Soloists, Mrs. Harold Bayley and
-' ' Miss Kathleen Story. .-. ,. , ..-
Sanctus . . . . 1 . ............ Stainer
Duet. "Benedietos" ........... ......Adtnu
Mrs. A H. St. Clair and Mrs, Louis" I. Bryan.
Agnus Dei v ... . Gounod
Recessional, "Come. Ye Faithful".-. . Sullivaa
DAWN MEET SET
(Continued From. Page Sixteen)
the communion service. At night an addrene
will be given by . Miw Emily S. Hsrtwell of
Foo Chow, China. The morning program fol
lows: Voluntary; doxology; call to worship and
invocation; Gloria ia Excelsis; anthem, "Mighty
Jehovah" ( Bellini) ; baritone solo, . , "Crossing
the Bar" (Buck), by J. O. Leake; sermon.
"Easter Thoughts": baptismal service; anthem.
"Ke membranes'" (Carrie Adams). t
f - Unitarian - -'
Tba Joyous Life" will be the Easter sermon
theme Sunday at 10:30 a. m . at tha Church
of Onr Father Unitarian) . Toe church school
will meet at 10:SO a. m. intead of the noon
hour. , Tha children top small for the - church
service will be eared for -in the church parlors
as usual during tha hour of service. The young
people's fraternity will omit their meeting Son
day. Tha co nini union service wiU be at 1 1 ;4 5
a. m. , r .!.-..-.-
The morning Easter mnw foUows: -' "
Anthem, "They Hava Taken Away My Lord."
. , , ...... jf ............ Stainer
Anthem. -"As It Began to Dawn" ...... Rochau
Offertory solo, "Open the Gates .of tha Tem
ple" . . Knapp
Choir Mitylene Fraker 8titcs. onntrslto : Mrs.'
H. J. Hueke. aoprsno; J. Ross Fargo, tenor;
Walter Hard wick, basso; Ralph W. Hoyt. 'Or
ganist. The regular meeting of the,' Charles Hodge
"Lend-a Hand" club will be next Friday at 3
p. -m. ,. -v : - s- -v - , -. " :J
. i Latter Day Saints
The story of the nrnmv 'taon will be pre
sented in the form of a cantata at the Monta
villa Latter Day Saints' church. - East Seventy
sixth and Irving streets, Sunday morning - at
1 0 :4 5. , The preaching service win be omitted
in -the morning,; but the story of tho Savior's
triumph over death will be told from the pulpit
in the evening. ,. . - : .
: - - First United PresbyteHan ...
Holy communion wilt be celebrated and new
members received Sunday morning at the First
Luitcd TtcabjUrian - church. , A irogram v of
i Emter music - win be siren at atiebt by the
' choir.. : i. 1 ,. .
New Christian Church
v A special Easier program, in which the boys
and irl of the Sunday school will participate,
will' marie the service Sunday morning at the
New Christian. church (Swedenborgian). in the
assembly room of the Portland hotel. Dr. and
Mrs. Wsrdn win render special Kaater snwc,
New members are tt be receired and the Lord s
supper will be observed at the clone, of tha serv
ice. " Rev. W. H. Reeca wUl speak on the rub;
ject, Tha Resurrection of the Lord, ia Man.
A.; .; rtratOlylne olsnce - l
Rpecial music wiU be fiw" 8un.
a. m by Francis W. Ki'hter at the tlrst Invine
Scavnce church, 816 East Clay street. Rev.
T. M. Minaxd. pastor, wiB preach. .
i first SsicHual etenos s . .
The First Hpiritnsl Science church will cele
brate the seveoty-tiiird anniversary 0BO",r"
spiritualim in Manchester hall. 85 H tA
atrart, with apeeial progra ms at an S p.
Sunday. This year H falls upon .tr Sunday,
lecture sen sons will be given by Jtev.Mas
Hoflmsn and U E. Philips. ,v Subject. "Cbnat
Uai Arkten." Bpecial music. J .
: fl.:. . -t; - church e the stranger . f : i
.. " . ' 1 -.K Tnitsi
I AX tne mors r.- mm v - ---v-
I terian Church of the Strangers there, will be
I 1 .. hHArmn i-flrarrtiou of new memoers
and the obae aace of the Lf.'d s Jrapper The
choir, nnder the direction of Mr. Robertson, wtll
sing "The King of Love My Shepherd Is. and
another anthem. In the evening an fcjster pro
gram will be xresented by the little children , a
class of young women wiU act out the .Parabla
of the tea virgins and tha girls' choir will aing.
INGATHERING BY PRES
BYTERIANS IS FEATURE
1 I Continued From Page, Sixteen)
Jltertor. Andaiito Affettuooo. . . .R. Schumann
Communion anthem,. "Holy Spirit, Come. O ;
Come" !..,..... .t. , C. Martin
The laOth Psalm, 'tj prsiae God m His
Hoilnesa"'' .G. C Martin
Prrfessior J. Hutchison directs the music and
nrcFideS st the organ. The quartet is airs. J.
B. EtUnger, sopranos Mrs.- F. Beggles, eontralta;
J P. Mulder, tenor, and IVan Zan, baritone.
On Monday the industri branch of the Woman s
association meets for special work from 10 a.
m. t 5 p. m. At 1 V- m . tliere will be the
monthly birthday luncheon, those women whose
birthday come, during March to furnish tee
luncheon.: ' . ,
. j Cslvarr PrssbrteHsn
At Calvary Presbyterian church there will be
a vesper strvice at 4 SO p. ni. on Easter . Sun
day. The regular choir of the church direct
by Miss Margaret Ijimbcrfon. organift, will be as
sisted by Mi Kuth Agnew and the newly organ
ized choir of the Fourth Fryteriao chrch.
under tha direction of George. Hotclikisa Street.
The program follows: , - j i ...
Organ Easter Morning v- . . . . Mailing
Hymn 232 and prayer. ' f
Carol "(fod Hath Sent Hw Angels. :
Anthem "Awake I'p My Glory ...... .Barnriy
Baritone solo "Gloria " . : - - .... Bui:Peccia
S Arthur Strickland
Anthem ,Mn tha End of the ,Sabbath .....
'.-.., -i. .i i tnin
Anthcm4-"Ift Tour Glad Cower".. ... Schneeker
Antliem "Uark Hark. My Soul". ..... Khelley
Soprano sch) "In the End of the Sabbath ..
.i. ...... Speaks
Miia Ruth Agnew ' t
Anthem "They Have Taken Away My Lord .
Poutlude "Gloria" u . . . - - Moeart
; ' Trinity PrcabytsrlaA i
Trinity Presbyterian cbnrch will hold Easter
services as follows: The Sunday school program
will be given at 9:45 a. m. Rev. J. D. SIc
Innsn, pastor, will preach at 11 a. ra. on the
subject, "Tha Re-urrection Body. ' New mem
bers will be received at this time, followed by
TJnlfonn , Sunday School Ijessoii ;
"The Living Christ." Matt-28 :1-10.
Golden Text "I Am With -on Always. Even
I nto the End of the World. " Matt. 280. y
Younfr People's Topics -l
BapOst rnic "Lesson ' From the First
Eaer." Mark 18:1-20. Vrat
Christian Endeavor "Lessons From ,the First
Easter. Mark 16:1-20. . i
. Epworth league "Lesson From the rtm
Easter." Mark 16:1-20.
mt White Temple. 12th and Taylor.
Preaching by Iter. George K. Vamey of Cor
vallis; 1 :45, cantata, "Resurrexit";
E, Side E. 20th and Salmon. Rer. W. B.
Hinson.. 11. "If Christ IsNot Risen"; 7:45,
"Whst to Do With Christ.' .
Third Vancouver and Knott. . Rev. K- B.
Close. 11. "He Is Risen"; 7:30. "The Garden
of Joseph. .
Arleta 48th ave, and 4th st S. E. Ret.
Owen T. Day. "Breaking the Seal of Death";
7:30,' Easter service and baptismal services.
Calvary -E, Rth and Grant' Rev. J. E.
Thomas. 11, "Explaining It Away"; 7:4 5, il
lustrated sermon. - j ..." r
Glencoe E. 45th and Main.1 Rev. W. B.
Stewart 10:35, Easter service by the Sunday
school. 11, "Resurrection'"; 7 0. evangelistic
service by Dr. 8. J. Reid.
SeUwood Bethany R. W. N. IVrri 11,
7:80. i--- t - '. :.. '" ? J '
Grace--E. 76th and Ash. Re. W. H. Tol
Uver. 1 1. 7:30. . ; , ! y
Swedish 15th and Hoyt Rer. ft G. Siolan
der. Preaching by Rev. E. BjorkQUt. : 10:30.
- St! John Chicago and Leonard. 11, 7:30.
' Highland E. 6th and Alberta. Bev. Walter
In Riley 11. 7:30. . l-
rnrverslty Park Drew and Fisk 11. 7:80.
Mt Olivet (colored) Broadway sad Everett.
Rev. J. W. Anderson. 11, 8.
Elin Swedish E. 6th and Alberta. , Bar.
August Olson. 2 :SO. '
Bta 88th at and 60th svs. :; Ray. E. A.
Smith. 11. 7:80. ' ' .
Second (German) Rodney sad Morria. Rev.
F. Hoffmann. 11. 7:30. ( i ,
i :. v - OaUlOllO - :
. Pro-Cathedral 16tb and Davis. 6. 7:16.
8:80. :46. 11. - ,
St- Peters Lenta Rev. J. P. O'Flyan. 8.
SL Law Mce 3d and Sherman,
Hugh. . 8:30, 10:30. 7:30.
Sr. Francis K, 12th and Pin.
Bar. J. Ct
UcNameeu 6. 8. 9 :16. 11. 1 : '
Immaculate Heart of Mary Williams and
Stanton. Rer. W. A. Daly. 6, 8. 9. 11. 7:30.
Holy Rosary E. 3d and Clack i mas. Rev.
E. 8. Olson. 6. 7. 8. 8. 11. 7:30. ?
St. Rom E. 83d and Alameda.; Rev. J.
O-Farrell. 8.-10 :80,
St- Andrews E. 9th and Alberta. Bar. J.
Kir man. 8, 10:30. 7:80. . -
Tha Madeleine E. 24 th and Sisktyoo. Bast.
George F. Thompson. 7:80. . 11. '
Ascension E. 78th and TambilL Francis a
Father. 8. 10:80. 7:30.
Blessed Sacrament Maryland sad Blandena,
Rer. F. W. Black. 8. 10:30, 7:80. -
; Holy Cross 774 Bowdou. - Rer. 0. Ray
mond. -8. 10:30, 7:80. -
St Ignatius 3220 43d st, S. K. Jesuit
Fathers. 6:80. 8. 10:30. 7. - - 1
St. Stephens E. 42d - and Taylor. Bev.
Warren A. Waitt 6. 8 :80. 10 :30. 7 :30.
: Holy Redeemer Portland - blvd. and Van
couver ave. Rev. William 1. Darin. 6. 8,
10:30. 7:30. , ,
St Philip Neri (Paulist Fathers) B. 16th
and Hickory. , Rev. M. L Fsrry. 7:30. 9.
8t Clements S. - Smith ave. hod Newton.
Servile Fathers. 8, 8, 10:30, 7:30.
Sacred Heart E. 11th and Center. RV. W.
Gregory.. 8, 10:80, 7:80.
St Agatha 16th and Nehalem. Rev. J.
Commisky, 8. 10:30, 7:80.
St. Stanislaus (Polish) Maryland and FaXl
B. Rev. F. Matthew. 8. 10:30. 7:30.
8t Joseph (German)- 15th and.Cuaeh.
Rev. Frouin Eppea. 8, 10:30. 7:30. 5 -,
St Michael (Italian) 4th and Mill. - Rev.
M. Bal-trs. 8:3T), 10:30, 7:30. ,
St Claires Capital Hill. , Father Atoysius.
O. F. M. 7:15. 9:15.
St Charles E. 33d sod . Alberta. Bev.' 1C
Wallace. 8. 10:30.
All Saints E. 39th and GUaaa. . ' ' Bev.
Father William Ore nin. 8. 10:80. ' I"
St. Patrick 19th and Sarier. Rev. Chart
M. Smith. Masses. 8. 9:15, 10:80, 7:45.
8t Birgitta 'a chapel - Linnton-Glen Harbor.
fAUended from St Patrick's). 9.30.
Our Lady of Sorrow E. IS 2d and "Wood
stock. Rev. G. C. Failn. 8. 10:45, 4:30.
St Anthoty'a Chapel 7022 45th ave. Bar.
G. C. TUu. 9 am. '
Holy Family Chapel E. 37th and Rex. Rev.
G. C. lallu. 9:4S. 7:43.
First Park and Columbia. Bev. Harold K.
Griff is. 11. "Death tha Dynamic of Ufa"; 7:46,
Easter program.. . . -j
East Side E- 12th and Taylor. 11, S.
Church of Christ Rodney and Knott Rev.
Joseph Boyd. 11. 7:30. - i '- k-
Montavilia K - 7 SLh and GUaaa. -- Bev. Gar
roll I", Roberts. 11. 7:30.
Kern Park Rev. F. H. Ghormley. ' ! ,
- St John Central and Oswego. . Bev. Her
bert Jones.. 11, 7:30. , -
Tabernacle M. 2Nth and. Alberta. Jtev. R.
Tibbs Msxey. 11, 7:30.
Chrtttiart Setofwe J .
. lesson subjectr-"Reality.' ' . ;
First ISth and Everett 11. 8.
Second E. 6th and Holladay. II. 8.-
- Third E l 2th and Salmon. 11, 8.
, Fonrto Vancouver and Emerson. 1 L S, ,4
Fifth 62d and 4 2d ave. 8. E. 11.
Sixth Masonic temple, 368 Tambili. M, 8.
Seventh Smith ave. and New I'ork.-1 IL
. Ail churches Weunatdaj. 8 p. as. ' J -
cr mm union service. The choir will furnish spe
cial -music At 7:80 p. so. Henry Wildermere's
Easter cantata, 'The Living Chrttt. consisting
of twelve solo,' duet, trio and chorus numbers,
will be rendered by the choir. A cordial in
viutica is extended to- all. ' "-",-.;
: Rose Chy Park Precby
- "The Gospel ; of the Reanrrectioo" is Rev.
Donald W. M. MacCSuer'a Sunday mo mine theme
at Rose City Park - Presbyterian church. The
choir wiU provide special- Kaster music for the
morning seme and in the evening will sing
Monestel's r"Tha Seven Last Words of Christ-"
The- music will practjcairy fill the hour of eve
ning oerrice. The annual congregational meet
ing will be held at the church en Thursday eve
ning,. April 7, at 8 o'clock. - -
; Uttlty Prasbytcrlan -: ' .
: The mumical pn.gram at the Unity . Presbyteri
an chnreh on Easter will be as follows:
Morning ... , -
- Mrs. Bchippers
'Kiji Victorious" .Marie M. Hiae
. ,. ' Choir
. Evening '- I
"I Saw the Holy City" .. .(.4 .... . . .Wildemere
': - .-, v. . . . . Choir " - '.,"
"Oh Jesus Thou Art Bunding".. . ........
., Walter Howe Jones
Mtv Mclntyie and Mrs. Donogh ,
Solo Selected. By fnr. Evan ArdieL
"I Saw the Holy iCty" Wildemere
"Wake Sweetest Strain" .Meredith
Mrs. Stewart and Mrs. Schippers
"The Holy City" ... .'. ; . . . . . .Herbert Johnson
Claude B. Porter
"He Did Not Die in Vain" ...... .TuHar
Mr. . and Mrs. Stewart . .
. Mount Tabor Prasbytarlae
Mount Tabor Presbyterian chnreh has made
elaborate plans fox its , Easter services, which
will begin with a Christian Endeavor sunrise
prayer service at 7 a. m. The Bible school will
hold its special service in the church auditorium.
The aaorning service will be devoted largely to
the reception of new In embers, baptism and the
communion, service. . The special music, will b
the Easter festival anthem, "Welcome. Happy
Morning," and the Easter Messiah. "Life and
Immortality to Light"
The following sacred concert at 7:30 p. m.
will be given nnder the direction of Mrs. W. L.
Ireland, choir leader:
Male chorus. " Kaater Carol". ..... .Scbnecker
Solo, "In the End of the Sabbath" Oley Speaks
Mrs. W. L. Ireland.
Anthem, "I am He That Li veth" .
i ... ...... .Chsrles P. Scott
Quartet, "The Choir Angelic". Hanscom
W. F. Downing, Mrs. W. L. Ireland, Miss
Augusts Parker and John G. Kilpatrirk.
Women's chorus, "Light and Life Forever". .
. . ... t. .............. . Geibel- Rodney
Solo, "Angels Roll the Rock Away" . C.'-D. Hawley
3Iiiis Augusta Parker.
ala chorus, "A Wonderful Easter" , . ;
. . E .8. Loretiz
Anthem. . "The '"Resurrection Morn"
.,......,...., 3. Lampnt Galbraith
With solos by Miss Helen Gslbraith.
Solo. "Lord of Light-and Love". .Julius Edwards
E. Maldyn Evans.
Anthem. "Christian, the Mora Breaks Sweet
; "O'er Thee'!, ... .. ...... ........ Shelley
7 Mlxpah Prssbytarisn, . . .
The advent of Easter will se fittingly ob
served at the Mizpah Presbyterian church, both
in tha Sabbath school and in the church services.
The pastor. Rev. D. A. Thompson, will pcescb.
at 11 a. m. and at 7:45 p. m. His morning
theme will be "Tha Crowning Miracle of All
tha Ages"; bis evening theme, "The Resurrec
tion Victory," The , following iwogrsm of
musio will be given, under the direction of Mfcs
Nina Walker, director of music at Mizpah
church: ... ,
Morning: ' ' .
Anthem, by the choir, "Rise. Glorious . Con
queror, Rise" .-. .Porter
Anthem,, by the choir. "God Hath Appointed
a Day" . . :". - -Tours
Duet, by Mean. Leslie Martin and Robert
Wallace, "The Crucifix" ..... - F.W. Rosier
Violin solo, by Miss Helen Harper, "Kligie . .
..... ,....... Ernst
Anthem, "the 'choir. "Christ is Risen, Halle
. lujab:" ..'.,., .-., t . , . -- - Semper
Anthem, chorus-choir. "Christ Is Risen"...
Solo, by Dr. Ella J. Welch. "Easter Tide".. 1
First Park and Msdi'on Dr. W. T. MeEl
veen. 11. :"Living As If Von Were Immortal";
7:45. musical program and question and answer
service. t . . .
Sunnj-side E. S2d and Taylor. ' Rev. J. J.
Staub, 11, "The Glory of the Resurrection";'
7:45. "The True Meaning of Easter Joy."
Atkinson Memorial E. '29th and Everett
Rev. E. E. Flint 11. "Tha Resurrection"; 5:30,
vesper -service. , -
Highland E. ' 6th and Preseott Rev. Edward
Const nt. 11, "Easter- Message"; 7:30, music
Waverly Heights E. 82d snd ' Woodwsrd.
Rev. Oliver P. Avery. 1 1. ,. fTh Resurrection" ;
7:80. "Immortality." , . .
Laurelwoodj 45th ave.' and 63th at 8- IS.
Mrs. Alice M. Handsaker. 11, "Easter Thoughts";
7:30, address by Mi Emily S. HartweU of Foo
Pilgrim Missouri and Snaver. Professor
Harold S. Tattle of Forest Grove, supply. 11.
University Park Hsven and Lombard. Bev.
f) H. Johnston. 10:80, 7:80. L
Finnish Mason and Aibina. - Rev. A. A.
Harju. 6 and 8 p. as
st. Johns S. Ivanhoe and Richmond. Preach
ing by Rev. George H. Hull, at 11 and 7 .30.
Danish-Norwegian E. 23d and Sumner
Bev Ole Torgeten. 11, 7:80.
First German Ebenezer E. 7th and Stanton.
Rev. George Kocher.- 10 :3t, 7:80. - ,
Second German E. 6th and Sk ulmore Rev.
Henry Hagelgsna. . 11. 7:80.
Zioa German E. 9th and Fremont Bar. J.
H. Hopp. r 11. 70. ,1
- : Ounksrde
Church of th Brethren Borthwick and Brsl
nard. Rv. George C CarL 11, 7.
Pro-CatbaCal of St Stephens 18th and Clay.
Bt Rev. Walter Taylor Sumner, bishop: Very
Rev. T. T. Hicks, dean. Holy communion at
7:30. 8:30 and 11 a. m. Sermon by tha bishop
at 11. Evening prayer and sermon by the dean
at 7:4 5. ; . '.
Trinity 19th and Everett ' Rev. A. A. Mor
rison, rector. 7, communion; 11, musical pro
gram and short address by tha rector; 8, musi
cal service. .'.
8t Davids E. 12th and 'Belmont Rav.
Thomas Jenkins, rector. 6:30, singing; 8, com
munion; 9:30. 11. full choral celebration, of the
Holy Eucharist- - .j ' :, ... .s, .,.!,.
St Marks 2 lit and Marshall. Rev. J. O.
Hatton, rector. Holy communion at 7:30. 8:30
and 11. " Sermon at 11. : Evensong at 7:45.;
St Philips 42 Ruase 10. 11.
St Andrevn Hereford st. Portsoath. Rev.
John D. Rice. 7:45. communum; 11, Easter
service; 7:30, evensong. i ,
Graca Mssnortai East lTth and Weidlsr.
Rev. O. W. Taylor. 11, musical program. 8.
- Bt Michael and All Angela 43d aad
Broadway. Rav. F.T. Bowen, vicar. T:30, com
munion; 11, choral eucharist
Church of Our Savior 60th ave. snd 41st
it, 8. K. Rev. John B. McCormick. 10, chil
dren's service ; 1 1 , holy communion and ser
mon; 7 :30, evensong and sermon. -; i
Bishop Morris Memorial Good . Samaritan
hospital. Rev. F. K. Howard. 7 and 9 :30
" st Paula Woodsaere. Bav. Oswald W. .Tay
AH Saints 25th and Savier. Rev. Frederic
K. Howard. 10 and 1L .'
St Johns Memorial 16th snd Harney. SeU
wood. Rev. John B. McCormick.; 8, communion;
10. school; 11, morning prayer and sermon; 6,
children's service and presentation of Lenten
offering. - - - -
- St Matthews Corbet and Bancroft Rev..
E. H. Clark, vicar. Easter services at -7:45. 10
mud H a- m. .... , -
Good Shepherd Vancouver and " Graham.
Rev. Jqhn Dawson, rector. 7:30. 9:45, 11,
musical program and-sermon; 7:30, ' --
Mission at St Johns BickneC hall. Rev.
John D. Rice, vicar. 9. Easter service.
St Peters Chapel 1960 Stark. 10. "
St James Chapel E 72d at and 87th eve.
10Chapel of th Transfiguration K. 60th sod
Diwuon. 8 p. m. . . . . - ...
. Evangelical . ,
- First -E. 6U and Market Rev. sts Msurer.
; Clay 43treet 10th and : Chiy. Rev. Jacob
Stocks r, 10:4 5, "The Resurrection of Christ";
7:30, "The Disciple of Emmaus" (holy com
munion service ) .
Swedish Tabernacle N. 17th and Glisan.
Rev. J. C. Ledlin4 10:30, "Discoveries st the
Open Tomb of Jesus"; 7, program and sermon,
"Resurrectioa Views. - , - "
Lents F. B. Cotver 11. 7:30. " '
' St Pauls E. 8th and Filling. . Rev. J. Hsr
gart 90. .11, :30, 7 :30. ,. .
West Portland Multnomah station. Bev. P.
M. Fiaiier. 12. 7:3U. . ,
rirst E. 9th sad MiU. Rev. W. J. John te
ll. 7:30. .
Central E. 65th sod Flsndera. ReY. S. G.
Roper. 11. 7:30.
Albert E. 80th and Wygant 1 Rsv. 8. L.
Burns. 11. 7:46.
. 8u Johns E. Richmond and Hudson. Bav.
B. D. Blackmaa. 11. 7:30.
Lenta Rav. O. K. Blair. 11. 70.
First E. 35th and Main . '-Bav. Ho tr L.
C. 11. 7:45. i
Second E. 92d and 61st era. 11. 7:30.
- West Pdmoa Borthwick aad Jersey. Bev.
Carey Jessup. . 11, 8. i
, Coegregstkm Beth Israel ' (Reformed) 12th
and Main.- Rabbi Jonah B. Wise. Office 716
Chamber of Commerce bklg. Sabbath servicea
Friday at 8 p, A. and Saturday at lO :3 a. a.
School. Sundays, at 10 a. m. Assembly, 11.
CongregaUon Aha. vei Kholom Park and Clay
eta. Itabbi K. AbnhamsKm, Friday, 8 p. m.;
Saturday, 8:30 . m.
Congragatioa Novah Zedek Talmud Tom h
6th and Hall. Rev. Abraham L Rosencranta
Friday. 8 p. m. Saturday, 9 a. m. Sunday. 10
a. m. Religious- school. , - -
. Church ot Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
. , . '-. ' . ' . . . . .... - Bracket
Anthem, chorus-choir, "Awskening Chorus"
. . . . . ... . . . . . . ; Gabriel
Violin solo, by Miss Helen Harder; "Walther a
Prix jjong" . ,,.... . ... Wagner-Wilhelmi
The- society of Christian Endeavor will held
s runrise prayer meeting at 6:30 Easter morning.-
, The pastor will lead the meeting- All
Endeavorers and friends are cordially invited to
attend. The catechetical elaaa . will meet on
Wednesday from 3 .30 to 5 p. m. The regular
eommunknt , service and reception of members
will be held next Snnday. April 3. Infants may
be presented for baptism. - Tha pre -co ram anion
preparatory service will be held on Thursday at
8 p. m. A meeting of tha session of the church
will follow, when members will be received, both
by letter and on confession of their faith. Tha
Women's Missionary society . held a largely at
tended luncheon at the borne of Mrs. Leslie Per
shing on Tuesday,
Piedmont Praabytarlae '
Easter Sunday ' at Piedmont Presbyterian
church wilt be celebrated in a new ,way. la
the morning there will be no exerrbes by the
Sunday school st the church hour. Instead, each
department of the school will conduct servicea
in their own way in their separate rooms. The
beginners' and primary departments - have in
vited the parents to attend. The regular Sunday
school exercises will be held with a few extra
members by the children to aaow the parents- the
regular work of the erhooL This afternoon the
children are decorating their rooms with their
handiwork. At the chnreh hoar there will be spe
cial music and Rev. J. Francis Morgan wiU de
liver his sermon, entitled "The Resurrection
Body.'! - In the evening there will also be spe
cial music, one of the numbers being "The
Daughter of Jairus," s cantata sung by a choir
of about : 20 voices- under tha direction of
George E. Baker, organist. - The following quar
tet will take part: Mrs. Blanche Myers, soprano;
' Miss Alice A. AKlnch, alto; U; l. aiorgan. tenor;
Mr. Hopkins, basso. The- program follows:
riixrai "In That I lav Shall Tha Lord of Hosts."
soprano and bass recitative; tenor solo. "My
Hope Is in the Everlasting." soprano solo and
recitative; enorus, - Awaae 1 nou -i nan nieepi ;
soprano and tenor duet, "Lova Divine. Ail Leva
i In the near future this choir will be increased
to 80 voices and giro s sacred concert, the pro
ceeds of which will be used to buy music lor
the coming year. - , -
Hnlv communion wiU be observed April S. st
which time the pastor intends to greet 50 new
members, as a result of the work of the church
deaconess. This same Bandar nas also Been set
1 snide as the dsy for the every member canvass.
' The annual congregational meeting will be held
April 7. , "
j , New members will be received ' and Easter
I anthems sung by the choir Sunday morning at
Forbes Presbyterian church. The musio at the
morning and evening services will be under the
. direction of C. H. Robinson. The Rev. W. W.
1 Long will give an Easter message at both scrv
' lee. ' - i : ..
. Men's Resort . , . .
The Easter service will be beld at the Men's
Resort Sunday at 7 :80 p. m. There will be an
Illustrated Jiibie talk by tne Iter, uevl J ohn
! son. The song service will be led by B, Des
laond. ' -( -.- ,- '. :y :; t-'i'1-,
j Ksnilworth PrasbybMHsfi .
j Special Easter muic has been prepared by the
1 choir of Kenilworth Presbyterian church for '
tlie Sunday morning ana evening sernees. The
Rev. L. K. Grimes will preach at both servicea.
j Fourth Presbyterian .?;:.. ' -- : ''
Six singer from the Street studio will give
the morning mimical service ; Easter day at the
Fourth Presbyterian church and will . assise ia
the 4 :30 p.' m. service at Calvary Presbyterian
church. Following is the personnel; . Helen
Levoff, Irene Alleman, sopranos; Kathryn Crys
lcr Street, alto; Paul Gelvin, ' tenor;. Arthur
Strickland and George Hotclikisa Street, bari
tones. The numbers at Fourth church will be:
Anthem, "In the End of tha Sabbath" (Lan
sing) ; soprano solo, "Te Bells -of Eastertide"
(Dressier), by Mis Alleman; anthem, "Hark,
Hark My Ronl."
Millard Avenue Preabyteetan
At the Millard Avenue .Presbyterian church
Easter will be appropriately observed by the
Sunday school at 10 s. m. An interesting pro
gram has been prepared by the different classes.
The Sunday school collection will be given for
the Presbyterian board's work in Chieng Rung,
-E. 25th and Madison. Herbert C Iversoa,
mission president 10, 6:30.
Reorganised Church E. 76th and Irving.
Elder C. E. Jones. 10:45. cantata. "Tlie Resur
rection"; 7:45. "Triumph Over Death."
.-.:.- -i Lutheran .'
St James W. Park and Jefferson Rev.
William. E. Brinkman. 11, 7:45, cantata, "In
Old Jerusalem," -by Sunday . school. , .. . j. - .
St Paul E. 12th and 1 Clinton. Rev. A.
Krause. - 10, confeeaional service: . 10:30, ser
mon. "The Wsy to the Easter HaUeraja"; 7:30
(English), communion and sermon, "The Risen
Lord-ahd Hi Precious Sacrament" k
TrlnltV (Missouri Synod) Rodney and Ivy -Rev.
J. As Rimbacfo-- 19:15 . (German) ; 7:30
(English). ' . . . . ; . . . ' .,: !
Chnreh for Deaf Rodney and Ivy Bev. J.
A, C. Beyer. 2:30, "The Significance of the
'. Onr Saviour E.. 10th and Gnnt Rev. M.
A. " Christensen. 1 1, "The Risen Christ s 6 :3.
Luther league, led by Ferdinand Christensen.
'Bethlehem Norwegian 14 and Mva Rav.
H. J. Thorpe. 11.
Betner Evangel al Norwegian (Free) Wy
gant and Bodney Bev. A. A. Borrerik. 11,
7:45. - . .- ' '-
Grace (English) E." 24th and Broadway
Rev. C. H. Bernard, 1 1, '' Evidences of Christ's
Resurrection"; 7:30, "Two Sad Disciples - Re
Bethany DanUt Evangeliealr TTnion and Mor
ris. Bav. L. P. Kjoller. 10. 11. 7:30.
St Johns Peninsu and Kilpa trick Bar. Is
Ludwig. . 10:45. 7:30.
Swedish Augustan Stanton and Rodney
Rev. V, G. Ogre n. 10:45. 7:45,
Immanuel 19th and Irving Rev. JL T. Aa
darson. 11. 8.
Portsmouth Lovely and Porta no Rav. 8. O.
B. Knutsen. -11. 7:30.
Zloa Evangelical (Missouri Synod) -Chapman
and Salmon Rav, H. H. Koppelmaa
8:15. 10:15. 7:45, -
Immanuel (Missouri Synod) B. 15th and
Leo Kev. H. C. Ebaling. 9:30. J0:80. Ger
man. , - - I
Church of th Redeemer (English) B. 15tb
north and Wygant School 10. service 11.
Finnish 179 Fargo. BaV. A. Saiminen. 10;
Sunday school. 7. ,
St Marks (Wisconsin Synod) Mallow and
Bkidmor. Rev. P., Hinder r. , 0 :30, 2 :30.
V Method Irt Episoopal
- Centenary-Wilbur E. 9th and Pine Rav.
Frank L. . Wemett 9:46. Sunday school pro
gram; 11, meanor 1 service for Father Flyna;
7 :30. sermon by Fred Canaday.
Central Vancouver and Fargo Bet. "A. R,
Maclean, 9:45, program by Sunday school; 11,
7 :30, sacred concert
Clinton-Kelly E. 40th sad Powell. Rer. K.
S. Mao. 1 1 , "The Greatest Discovery . of th
First and All Centuries"; 7:30, "Love Trium
phant" by Mrs. F. M. Jasper.
Epworth 26th and Javier. Rev. Frank
Moore. 11, Easter program by the choir and
Sunday school; 7:80, "The Church . and the
World'a Frontier." r
First 12tn snd Taylor. Rev. Joshua - Stans
field. 10:30, "The Larger Christ"; 7:45. "Easter
Fir Morveiiia Ikobh 18th and - Hoyt
Rev.C -A. Peterson. . 11. "The Message - of
Easter"; 7:45, sermon by Rev. H. P. Nelsea of
German Rodney snd Stanton- Rsv. F. A,
Schumann. 10:45. S. '
Hoyt St 15th and Hoyt Rev. E. X.
Herter. 11. 7:30.
Lanralwood SS. 63d aad Foster. Rsv. B. X.
Finiey. 11. 7:30.
Lenta 86th aad 58th ave, r Rav. F. B.
Sibley. 11. 7:45. V -
Linooln E. 6 2d and Lincoln. Bev. W. N.
Byars. 11. "The Living Christ": 7:30. "ReDent-
f tee That Count." i
M cots rills E. 80th snd Pin. Rev. P. A.
Ginn. 11. 7:30.
Mt Tabor E. 61t asd SUrk. Rev. D. L
Fields. , 11, 8.-
Patton Alberta and Michigan. Rev.' Georg
H. Bennett. 11. 7:30. ,
Ross City Park E. 58th and Alameda. ' Bev.
C. W. Huett 11, "The Easter Message" ; 7;30.
"His Last Week," given- by Sunday school.
SeUwood E. 15th and Tacoma. Bev. W. R.
Gordon. 1 1. "The Saviour's Ister Message to
Mary Magdalene"; 7 :30, sacred concert
Sunnyaide E. 35th and -amhiu. Bev. T.
H. Gallagher, 10:45. "The Power of Hope ; 4,
infant baptism; 4:30, communion; 7, - Easter
Sunday w.hooi program.
St. Johns W. Leavitt sad Syracuse. .- Bav.
W. E. loster. 11. 7:30.
Swedish Beeeh and Borthwick- Bev. ; 8.
Moody. 11, 7 JO..
University - Park Flake and Lombard. Bev.
H. T. Atkinson. 11, 7:30. -
Vancouver Ave. Norwegian-Danisli R kid more
and Vancouver. Rav. Gusts ve Storaker. 11,
Westmoreland Milwsukie and' Midway. ' Rev.
E. t). Mace, 10, 11, 7:30, preaching by Rev. S.
H. Dp wart
Woodrtock 4 ti-nd Woodstock S. XL BeV.
L. . Poor. 11, 7:3U. - .
Woodlawn E. 10th. near Durham ave, Bev.
J. H. Irvine, 11, program by Sunday school ;
7:30. special music and men ge.
African Zion 117 Williams are. Bev. L A,
Moore. 11. 7:30. - :
- Dutrict superintendent, 'Rev. William "Wallace
To igaoo. 691 . 62d st S. Tsboc 2790.
' - 1 - -";.' M. E. Ssutll' ' '''':" .'-.--.
First Union and Multnomah. Bev. J. B.
Hams.-11, VThe Open Gates"; 7:45, "Immor
tality." :...':.... . .
' Pint -l0 and Weidlar. ' Rev. A. U.
Bosm. 11, 7:30.
SeUwood E. 9th and Spokane. Bev. Heary
Bell. 1 1. 7:30.
W .1 ..wwl Ali ... ., V,K m ' - w..
Oi V. Fowler. 11, 7:30.
Highland Park E. 14th and Jarrett Bv.
VT. P. Reebaugh. 11, 7:30.
Scandinavian 048 Garfield, Rev. 2. &.
Mittby. ..11. 7:30.
- Presbytarlan -
First 1 2th and Alder. Dr. Harold Leonard
Bovwnaa, 10:30, "Xiie's Conquest of Death ; 4,
The ideal tub. frock for spring and
summer ia obviously the unbelted chemise
dress which so effectively simplifies the
problem of landering. - Linen,, organdie,
gingham, chambray or cotton voile are
the most appropriate mediums for this
type of frock which may combine one or
two of these fabrics most successfully.
Organdie or bastiste combined with plaid
or. checked gingham is very attractive,
particularly when the dividing seams are
accentuated by cording. or bfas folds of
the material. The string girdle may be
Tunnan, China. This is lh most northern sts-1
tion of tie North - Siam , mission. .: The Bev. !
Henry White will preach at 11 a. m. and 7:80
p. m. Appropriate music will be rendered at
both services by George Covey. There will be
a reception of new members and infant baptism
st the morning service.
communion, baptism and reception of new mem
bers: 7:80, "The Easter Truth in the Natural
World." i .
Westminster East 17th and 8chuyler."; Rev.
Edward H. Pence.- 10:80, "The Besurrection of
Chrixt -Greatest Event of History"; 4, com
munion, baptism and reception of new mem
ber. ',-, . ' - ;
Centr! E.' 18th and Pine. Rev. Walter Henry
Nugent 11, "Death Defeated"; 5, vesper aervic.
-Calvary 11th and Clay. Bev. L. Bowring
Quick. II. "The KeMirrection" ; -4:30. choral
vesper service. . r
Mt Tabor E. 65th tnd Belmont. Rev. Ward
MacHenry. 11, communion, baptism and recep
tion of new members; 7:30. Easter concert,
Vernon 1 9 th and : Wygant Rev. J. C
Mergler. 11. 7:80. ;
Piedmont Clsvelasd ' and Jarrett' Rev. 3.
Francis Morgan. 11. "The Resurrection Body";
7:80, "The Stone Boiled Away." ' -
Fonrtb First and Gibbs. Rev. Monroe G.
Everett' 10:30. "Behold He Is Alire Forever
More"; 7:80. y - . .j - : ;:.
Kenilworth E. 34th and ' Gladstone. - Rev.
L. K. Grimes, 11, "The Resurrection" ; 7:30,
musical program. . - . .
Hope 76th and Everett Bev. H. E. Giles,
11, 7:45. . .
Rose City Rev. Donald W. , M. McCluer.
11, "The Gospel oft-Th Besurrection"' 7:45,
gnus ical program. . , . ,:
Forbes Granam and Gantenbein. Rsv. Ward
Willi Long. 11, "The- Groupe About the Sep
ulcber"; 7:30, "The Message of the Empty
Trinity Virginia and Nebraska. .- Rev. John
D. McLennoa. 11, "The R urrection Body"
sad communion; 7 :30, sacred concert.
Anabel Rev. F. H. izaeU. ' 11. 7:80.
Millard Avenue 55th ave. and 7 3d st Rsv.
Henry White. 1 1, "The Observance, the Mean
ing and Message of Easter," baptism and recep
tion of members; 7:30, "The Observance, tha
Meaning and Message rf Easter,"
Marshall Street 17 th and Marshall. Rev.
A J. Hanna. 11. "-
Mizpah E. l&th gad Division. . Rev. D. A
Thompson. 11. "The Crowning Miracle of All
the Ages"; 7:48, "The Besurrection Victory."
Unity E. 71st and Sandy. Bev. 8. W. Sas
msn. 11, "The Easter Fact and Glory"; 7:30,
"A Voice From Beyond the Grave."
Arbor Lodge Bryant and Curtis. Tie v. Alex
ander H. Evans, 11. 7:80. .
Holt Chin 138 H First - Ret GS Bing
Hoy. '7 p. m., school; 8, praachi ng.w
Refeemed- Evangel teat
Pint 12th and Clay. Rsv. G. Bafnar.
Second B. - 33d aad' Columbia blvd. - Rav.
H. Heuaaer. 1L '
Third Lenta.,, Rev. A, F.. IAenkaamper, 11,
- ' Rf oerned riestyterfen
First Minnesota and A ins wort ' Bev. F. XX
Fraaer. 11, 7:80.
SmirUi Oaf Atf-tntUi
- N ot Regular service of ' this ' dsnomlnatioai
sre held oa Saturday.
Central E. 11 th and Everett - U K. Dick
eon, paator. 10. 1 1 :16. i
Tabernacle 6th and Montgomery. B. J.
Hibbard, minister. lO. 11. -
Montavilia K. 80th and Everett J. A, Gar
hart 10. 11. - .
Lenta 94th t and 58th ave. -W. D. Hoat
ington. . 10, 11. . .
St Johns Central ave. sod Charleston. A.
B. Folkenberg. - 10. H.
Aibina 6k idmore and Mallory. Elder Jobs
laaaa. 10. 11.
Oorpe No. 1243 Ash st Adjutant Henry &
Cozens. 11. S . 16. 8.
Cc m No, 4 1284 lt Ensign Jessie Mills
and Captain Mrs. L. Upton. 11, 1:30, S. 6, 8.
, . - - Spiritualist
First Spiritualist E. 7th and Hssaslo. 8.
First Spiritual Science 85 W 6th st Bv.
Max Hoffman. Celebration of seventy-third an
niversary. 8, 8. lectures by Rev. Max Hoffman
sud L. E. Philips. "Christ Has Risen.
Scientific (-nristisn Spiritualist -Alisky ball.
Rav. R. M. Singleton.' , 5, 8.
Spiritualist Chnreh of Eternal Light 1340
lnvmon. Rev. Msy A. Price. 8.:
IndeoandeBt Bible Spiritua listio 441 E.12 .
Rev. Ida M. Schori. 8. - ....... ,.
- Swadenbetsjlasi -
Kw Christian Assembly-room Portland hotel.
Rev. William H. Recce. 11 "The Resurrection
of The Lord In Man" and communion.
: ,. Unltsrlan
Chnwh of Our Father Broadway snd Tamhifl.
Bev. William G. Eliot Jr. 10:30, EaMer musio
program and sermon, "The Joyous Life.",
O.: V? :' United Brethren : v ';-;
Conference superintendent Rsv. G. E. Mo
Donald. .... . , -. , -.
First K. 15th and Morrison. Bev. Byron J.
Clark. 10:4 Ok Sunday school program and ser
mon, '"The Certainty of Th Resurrection,"
9:30, musical program.. ,
- Second - . E. 27th snd Sumner. Bev. Irs
Hawley. 11. program by Sunday acbool; 7:30,
- Third 67th st and 32d ave. 8. . Re.
E. O. Shepherd. 1 1, program by Sunday school;
7 :80, preaching by Rev Ira Hawley. -
Kmirth FYemont Rev. Leila Lackey. 11,
Sunday ' school program; . 7 :30 "Risen With
United Evans! I
' First E. 10th and Poplar. Rev. J. A Gooda
Ockley Green WfUametta blvd. sod ; Gay
Rev. H. H. Famham . 11. 7:30.
Bt Johns Rev. C P. Gates. 11, 7 JO. :
" United Pisitntsrlse
- First E. 87th and Hawthorn, Rev. H. P.
Given. 11, communion and reception of mem
bers : 7:30, mimical program.
Church of tlie Straagerp Grand and Waaec
Rev. i H. Esrl I Hi Boia. 10:30, cemmunion, ban
finm and reception of new members; 7:30, .an
Kenton 120 W.' Lombard. Rev. Carl Seiftf
Dunn. 11. 7 JO.
Multnomah Mnttnrtmah atatinn. Rev, David
Steele Sharp. 10, Lt, :40, 7:30. ,
if J l
of cotton or the same fabric Is the frock,
and is-usually tied loosely in front: or at
one side. '' The frock at the left s es
pecially desirable, for it slips on over the
head, thus eliminating the bother and an
noyance, of hooks and eyes. The becom
ing, cloning frock at the right requires
bat two buttons to hold' it 'in place and
achieves a "charming curve outline, in
this case; with bands of gingham.
(Copyright. 1921, by Tha Vogue Co.;
.' . New York.)- ...
Elects New .
Br Vella Wlsser,
MRS. CHARLES E. RUNTON was
unanimously reelected president of
the Portland Woman's club at the annual
meeting held , Friday afternoon. Other
officers elected were: Mrs, O. M. OHnes,
first vice president ; Mrs. Frank Mc
Crlllis, second vice president; Mra.
Chester Hopkins,, recording secretary ;
Mrs. O. B. McLeod. corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs. D. L. Rovey, financial secre
tary; Mrs. O. P. M. Jamieson, treasurer;
Mrs. J. C. Bryant, auditor ; ,Mrs, Thaxter
Reed and Mrs. Dan Martin, directors.
. The - club voted to send a letter of
approval to the , Portland Motion Pic
ture Exhibitors league commending the
action on the , films exploiting Clama
riamon. : uub votea as expenses xor
the Jury bill.' " f i
Mrs. Ida B. Callahan, president of the
Oregon Federation of Women's Clubs, a
guest of honor, addressed the ladles on
the several measures that are to be voted
on at the coming special election, and
especially urged the women to vote for
the women's jury bill. D.r. Owens Adair
gave a brief - talk on the sterilization
bill.' ; n - : -
Mrs. Herman J. Hucke, soprano, sang
"Hay Making, ;by Need ham, accom
panied by Mrs. May, Van Dyke Hard
wick; '.'Reading as an Exercise," by Miss
Ethel Sawyer, and she asked the women
to use their influence in providing better
literature for the young people under 20
years of age. :
Refreshments were served ; Mrs. H. C.
Rhlneheart and Ervin G.Leihy poured.
' "The current literature department will
give a card party for the benefit of the
building fund on April, 14. - ;
- . . .
"Boosting Home ' Products' was the
subject of a speech given by Milton A.
Miller st the meeting of the , Holman
Parent-Teacher association Thursday af
ternoon. The children of the school gave
a fine literary and musical program. The
Americanization class gave a fine enter
tainment Saturday evening. FY W. Parke
of . the Americanization , committee
showed a number of slides of a number
of the founders of this' country. A. C
Dixon gave a short talk And pupils from
the Failing school gave musical selec
tions.. American ation classes are being
held regularly now st St. Matthews mis
sion.; Mr. and Mrs. Earl VW-Murphy and
Miss Mary Hog-sun are. the teachers. The
next . community - dance will . be held
Thursday evening next-and that being
the first of April it will be in the na
ture of a childhood frolic and people are
requested' to" wear children's" costumes.
Mrs. A. F, Burkhai-t is in charge.
. ; ..... ' . -- . c r , i r
"The Daughters of the Covenant will
hold their next regular meeting on Tues
day night at B'nal B'rith building at 8
o'clock?. Mrs. Sam Newtso, who is in
charge of the program for the evening,
bas arranged a card party for the mem
bers. Brittge and "500" will be played.
Splendid prizes- have been provided snd
refreshments will be served by the social
committee. The Daughters of the Cove
nant at their last meeting voted to adopt
another war orphan. This is the second
orphan adopted . by - the Daughters, who
are doing commendable work in war re
lief and along all other lines worthy of
'.-'.'.;....-" ,-- e ,';':-.-
The Cedars committee of the Portland
Women's Ad club has srranged .for the
Portland Community Service girls to
give an entertainment at the Cedars this
evening. . S. PIlcher, who is a national
community service song leader, will lead
the group In a sing.
5 The Woman's, Auxiliary to the Rail
wax ' Mall ' association held - 1J.S . monthly
meeting Thursday , at Mrs. Alvfn C.
- Custom Mad .... .
Better Furniture eaa not be built
Word can not describe the remarkable
value we ar offering. They most be
sees te fully realize -the ridiculously larga
saving that ean be made.
. Chairs te Match m Dmnfn,
.. 987 -SO.
Jf Jf allon
' Deeorailv Workahop
860-61-61 t Mllwaukl 8t
Display Room . 420 Moras Bltff .
Baker's lovely home at 1171 Hflnuu i
street. Sixteen ladies were pres.i.nt 1
enjoy the pot luck lunclx-on served 1 '
the hostess. After a short busni' ,
session by ' the president, Mrd. (T. A.
Bump, a social time was enjoyed. Liv
tron of officers will. take place at t !'.-
April meeting, held April 28 at the hoiii '
of Mrs. Carl Abrahams, 1105 Belmont
Street. , h ;',
V A U I E V ILLS)
PAN'ar.1-8 Proadwsy st AHer. Illnh ela-
vaartevilie and ilio.Hlay features. siwrnooa
and evening. Program changes Monday after
noon. , .
LOEWS HIPPODROME Broadway at Tira-
liiJI.. Direction Aekrrman llarri. vaude
ville, Afternoon snd bight.
BARER .Morrison at Eleventh. Baker Htx-k
company, in "Pollysnna." aanee, Wednes
day. Saturday and Bandays, 8:80; ever igs,
LTRIC Broadway and Morrison. Lyrlo Musical
, Travesty company. In "rincnea lor ri sa
i tng." Matinee dally, 2:30; sieninn, 8:20.
COLl'MBIA - Sixth at Ktatk. Florence VMor
and Hoiife Peters, in "Lying Lips. 11"
m In 11 p. a
LIBERTY-Broadway at Stark, "Th Flaur
Seeker." 11a.m. to 1 1 p. m-
RIVOl.l Washington at Park. Allra Brady, in
"Out of the Chorus. 11 a. to- to 11 P. m.
MAJESTIC Washington at Par. Tom Moore,
ia "Hold Your Horses." .11 a, i to it
PEOPLES West Psi st Alder. "Th Killer. "
1 1 a m, to 1 1 p. m.
STAR WashhiBicn st Park. Frank Mayo, In
"Th Magnificent Brut," 11 S, m. to
11 p. ii.
CIRCl.i: Fourth near Waslilngtr.n. "A Beggar
In llirple." 9 a. "ra. to 4 o'clock tha nest
morning. ' ,
Webfoot cabin. W. O. W.. Friday nifcht
held a largely attended meeting and
enjoyed a, social evening, -Apple were
freely passed "around and five members
were presented with a ham each for
attending. Police Judge Rossman paid
a warm tribute to I. J. Gordon, past
consul of Webfoot camp, who died that
day. The camp .will attend his funeral
In a body.
.'."' '.. . . - "
There was a jolly time at Klrkpatrlck
Council -, Security Benefit asuoclatton
Friday night in Swiss Rail. There was
good music, plenty of dancing and re
freshments. In the animal race for
membership the, elephant Is ahead, but
the other animals are pulling for the
lead, - '.;,'.
Multnomah camp. W. 6. W., hold a
Short business session In the small hall
Friday night, and then every member
hastened' to participate In the swirling
social dance in the big hall.
.' -'-- e
Hassalo lodge,, I. O. O. F., conferred
the third degree Friday night at the
Temple, First and Alder streets, on a
class of 14, with a large attendance.
Al Kader temple. Mystic Shrlners, will
hold one oftho.se alluring meetings Sat
urday night at the Pythian building.
The adepts will be there in strong force.
.'. . . . a
The Eastern Star club party and dane
tonight at W. O. W. hall, 334 RusHell
street, is the event of the Aibina section
of the city this week.
. Members of the Loyal Order of Moonn
of Portland and Vancouver will be glad
to learn of the apparent recovery of
W. 8. Chisholm, past dictator of the
Vancouver lodge, and east moose of the
Columbia Legion, who recently under
went a severe .operation at the hospital.
Hot Lake Arrivals -
Hot Lake, March 26. Arrivals at Hot
Lake sanatorium Wednesday were : T. t .
Yates, Stanfleld ; John McBrlde, Seaalde ;
T, V. Fujiyoshl, Walla Walla; Mr.
Charles McQulre, Seattle ; Elmer Ale
Alllster, North Powder; M. MacLeod,
and T. D. Farrer. Caldwell, Idaho.
CAUSE YOU MUCH
D. W.' EIrod
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Monday, March 28
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