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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 23, V 1921.
CWrckes of Portland to Join m
of m isarmameiit Sessions
RESOLUT ON ASKS
FOR END TO v
fajth ix praters
7 have llvad. sir. long time, and
tb longer I llv tha mora convincing
proofs Im of this truth, that God
arorerna fh affair of men. and If a.
sparrow cannot fall without Ilia no
lle, la It probable than an empire
can ria without Hla assistance T I
firmly balleve that without Hla aid
w shall succeed la our political
building no better than the builders
of Babel. W shall be divided by our
UtUo partial local Interest; our proj
ect will be confounded, and we our
selves shall become a .reproach and
byword to future sea And what Is
worse, mankind may hereafter, from
this unfortunate Instance, despair of
establishing governments by human
wisdom, and leave It to chance, war
and conquest. Benjamin Franklin,
en moving that prayera be offered at
the openlOC of each day's session of
the constitutions. convention of the
United Ktatea, 1717.
jHoody pitle Jtleet
Sunday' Classes to
Feae on earth and good will among
men la. wanted by the church people of
Portland. To this end elaborate and ex
tensive preparatlona have been made to
have 8unday and next week universally
observed as days of prayer. In addition
resolutions will be aubmltted to the
various congregations Sunday calling
Upon the world conference to make an
other world war Impossible.
The Portland Council of Churches is
calling upon the rellalous bodies of the
city to pasa the following resolutions,
erhtch after being passed will be for
. warded to the Rev. Kdward Laird Mills,
D. D., editor of the Pnrlflr Christian
Advocate, who Is now in Washington,
1). C. and who will lay the desire of
Portland's churches before Secretary of
State C El Hughes:
W believe thst the' burden of
competing armaments, the waste of
national resources In supporting
them and the certainty of ruinous
war as the result of them have be
come Intolerable and that the na
tions must have relief through hon
vrable International agreement '
W denounce war a the enemy
f human welfare; It consists essen
tially In the ruthless slaughter of
tuman beings, sparing not even
women and children; it brtntcs In Its
train Indescribable horrors and deg
radation, and it cow. the needs nf
skating hatred and antagonism. We
lira compelled to participate In war
but noble men do not desire war, nor
tn war ever controlled by the no
bility of men, but rather by that
harsh military necessity which
. treads down morality and humanity
In the pursuit of its own Immediate
We therefore urge the conference,
and especially our own representa-
Sunday the second annual Moody
Bible Institute conference will open in
the White Temple (First Baptist church)
and Tuesday additional classes will be
started In the Sunnyside Congregational
Dr. A. B. Winchester of Toronto,
Canada, and Dr. L. S. Chafer of New
Tork city have been secured by Pr. B.
B. Sutcliffe, local director, to conduct
Beginning Monday at 3 p. m. and
continuing dally except Saturday at 3
and 7 :45 p. rrt, Dr. .Winchester will
speak at the White Temple. In the aft
ernoons he will lecture on the Epistle to
the Coloaslans -and in the evening will
speak on outstanding phases of the
Dr. Chafer will begin his lectures at
2 p. m. Tuesday in the Sunnyside Con
gregational church, speaking daily ex
cept Saturday at 3 and 7 :45 p. in. He
will talk on the gospel of John n the
afternoon and in the evenings from the
general subject, "Seven Highways of
Dr. Sutcliffe .will open the conference
Sunday with sermons at 11 a. m. and 8
p. m. at the White Temple. For the
next. 10 days he will conduct a confer
ence at Vancouver, Wafh.
iimno rtant jews of Portland Ckurcles and ?dun People's Societies
rEK A5D MAD1SOX STS.
Brsatdwai sod L J. Cars te Block of Church.
DR. WM. T. McELYEEN
11:00 A. M.
With appropriate Sanaaa, Moste and
T:S0 P. M.
Brief Orcaa Radial by MRS. NgWTON.
7:4S P.' M.
PR. McELVIIN ANSWERS POUR
1 la No trie Uoldrn Hula Improperly
3 Io Not Oir Collrc. Students Spend
Too Much Tim With AthMJcJ
i b Uur flxta About 1'iuiu ToDs
S a.rap nf Psprrt
What Do You Think About the
"A toMBttntf "
Fin Maalral Pvoeraia bv Chora, Quar
tet. Coottt Tarsal, nadrr Leadership
ol JOS. n.NLF.T.
WEDNESDAY IS WOMIN'I OAT
THURSDAY tVENINN BR. McELVEEN
ALL ALWAYS WELCOME
tlves therein, to seek definite and
effective international means to limit
Immediately and to reduce as rapidly
as feasible the present burden - of
armament, and we urse our dele
gates not to be daunted by the ob
stacles which will certainly arise,
formidable though these may be,
but father to pursue the main object
as one indispensable to national and
world welfare and attainable by
energy, insight, patience and reso
lution. We express our confidence
that the conference will possess and
exercise the high wisdom and good
will demanded for this areat
In view of the deep concern of all
the people in this issue, we express
the hope that the largest possible
publicity shall be given to the pro
ceedings of the conference, and par
ticularly that all final actions be
taken in the full light of day and
without concealment of any sort
The executive board of the council Is
calling on all of the ministers of the
city to provide for meetings lor prayer
in their churches at sometime between
the hours of 9 and 12 on Friday. These
services will be a joint memorial for the
boys who gave their lives in France and
a period of Intercession for God's bless
ing on the Washington conference.
Each B. Y. P. TL society In Oresron
has been asked to buy 300 square feet
ui lai'-u per memoer in uie aenoiiuu-
tional assembly grounds at Columbia
City, at a eoet ofili cents per square
foot. These pledges are asked for three
years, or on the basis of 100 square feet
ror z.so per year. The aaaemoiy
grounds comprise 12t4 acres. This
schema is being- promoted by A. D. Bos-
serman. cnairman or uie young people s
assembly committee, and Dr. , G. H.
Young, state educational director.
The First Swedish Baptist church. Rev. T. J.
Hjolander. pastor. Till be hosts to the letters!
Hateduh conference in 1923. ' To entertain the
conference properly &e members contemplate
the erection nf a new edifice, possibly on- the
east aide, within the next two yean.
Charles W. Thomas, son of the Her. and
Mrs. A. E. Thomas of Calvary Baptist
chorea, has been- appointed nniversity pastor
at the University of Colorado.
ML Olivet Baptist church (colored) bears
the distinction in the sta con Tendon of re
cording; the largest number of baptisms in the
church year. Seventr-seven were baptized by the
Jtcv, J. W. Anderson, pastor.
Itaptis superintendents and Sunday school
workers have decided to hold an institute after
tli. first of the year, when the following- de
rtcrciiiauonal leaders visit the city: Dr. W. E.
Chslmers, Dr. Edward Rafferty and Dr. Samuel
Grace Baptist church, of which the Rev. 3.
F. Huckleberry is pastor, has purchased addi
tional ground adjoininu the present site, with
tlie idea of erecting a modern edifice in the
Ir. ii. B. Sutcliffe will occupy the White
Temple pulpit Sunday. The second Mood
Bible institute conference will begin in , this
church Sunday and continue throughout the
At the East Side Baptist church Sunday the
Her. Darnel Bryant, associate pastor, will preach.
Ir. W. B. Hi is in Seattle lecturing at the
state conference of Baptist ministers, and con
ducting a series of evangelistic meetings at the
l mversity Baptist coorcu. He will return to
Portland next week. Father and Son week win
he observed with a banquet Tuesday at 7:30
o'clock. Judge Jacob Kanzler will be the nrinci
pul speaker. At the B. Y. P. U. meeting at
6:30 p. m.. Mrs. W. E. Wnzht will zive the
first of a series of talks to -young people. Her
nrst topic will be. is Uod Interested in My
Sunday morning the Rev. K K. Close will
jpeak at the Third Baptist church from the
theme, "Swords or Plowshares, Which Shall It
ler The sermon will deal with the coming
conference on the limitation of armaments and
the relation which the Christian cit-xen bears
to this matter.' The Lord's supper will be ob-
SerTeo at toe close of ure morning sermon.
Attendance at the Highland Baptist Sunday
school jumped lat Sunday to 279. The school
is striring to reach the 400 mark.
Communion will be celebrated Sunday morn
ing it tlie Lents Baptist church. The choir
wii'. gire an "Auld Cans Syne" free concert at
Bp. m., Saturday. NoTember 12. i
Dr. O. C. Wright.' exeeotiw secretary of the
Oregon Baptist - state coc-Tention. , is attending
th meetings of the state secretaries and the
general board of proraotioB of the Northern Ba
titt coBTentiea at Indianapolis. Ind. He is ex
pected to return to the cky about Sorember 10.
A Father and Son banquet will be held at the
Arleta Baptist church Tuesday at: 6:30 p. m.
The women of the church will ; prepare the
luncheon, which will be free. All fathers and
sons are inrited. A suitable program will be
rendered. The Her. Owen T. Day. pastor, will
pieach Sunday morning the' second ;scrzaon in a
series on "The Christian's Armor." ;
"Disarmament Sunday" will represent
the character of tomorrow's eervices at
the First Christian church. The day will
be devoted to special prayer, self-examination,
and supplication for God's bless
ing on the international conference. The
"'""i-,g y me Kev. Harold H.
Griffis will deal with the question of a
warless worid. ,
Following a carefully arranged program of
music m the evening h th i. i
tie pastor will discuss the world breadth of the
Christian faith. The midweek set-rice oa Thurs
day at 7 :43 p. m. will be giren OTer to a season
ox pxayer ana meditation in toe interests of
world peace. The erening's devotions and dis
cussions will be based on a chapter from Dr
Charles il. Sheldon's lata book, "In His Steps
Today," which has been the textbook of the
midweek serrices for the past sereral weeks.
The chapter for this coming Thursday will be,
"What Would Jesus Do in Internationii Af
fairs?" The Her. Norman F. Johnson, pastor of the
East Side Christian church, will join with the
other ministers of the city in presenting the
disarmament subject Sunday. The music will
be la charge of Harold lloora. Mrs. TO. D.
Bamett. president of tba auternood, aaaonaeea
the annual baaaar for December 2. C T.
Sailing. Bible school nperintendent. aims to halt
300 in the school by December 4.
Representatives of the Oregon Stat
Congregational conference will gather la
Silverton Sunday for the recognition
services of the new Congregational
church which haa been organised there.
Rev.' W. C. Kan trier of Salem, Rev. Rob
ert Allingham of Portland and Superin
tendent A. J. Sullena will be the prin
Seventy -six charter membesa have Joined the
organisation. Rt. f. W. Keagy haa been called
to the pastorate. At present the aerricea art
being held in one of the theatres, but a rigor
ous campaign is under way for the immediate
erection of a chnrch edifice. Lots have been
purchased and plans an being drawn for the
new building. A few days ago the finance
committee reported that (6000 bad been pledged
for the new church.
The regular monthly meeting of the board
of directors of the Oregon Congregational con
ference was held last Wednesday. In addition
tn the uual .routine business the election of
officers for the year was held, resulting as
follows: President. R. F. Clark of Pacific
university; chairman of the board, A. S. Roberta
of The Italics; nee chairman. Her. H. L. Bates,
D. D.. of Forest Grove: secretary. Rev. O. P.
Avery of Portland., and Mrs. Harold S. Gilbert
of Portland, treasurer of benevolences.
Dr. W. T. McElveen has arrant ed a disarma
ment service for Sunday morning at tha First
Congregational church. lie has prepared a
special prayer which is to be used, not only
at this service but in the homes of the parish
all nest week. A creed affirming a belief in
the possibility of a warless worid will be
recited at this special service. Friday morning
(ke Staggering Cost of
In view of the approaching conference on limitation of armaments, the
following startling statistics on the cost of the late World War are of special
interest. They have been compiled by the Federal Council of the Churches of
Christ in America, from the latest and most authoritative sources available
including "The Great War," by Will Irwin, and "The Staggering Burden of
Armament," published by the World Peace Foundation. i
. MONEY COST
Cost of all wars, 1793-1910...; $ 23,000.000 000
Direct cost of World War, 19H-1918 186.000,000 000
Indirect cost of World War, 1914-1918 169,291 719 815
Total cost of World War, including loss of shipping, damaged
property, loss of production, etc, 1914-191? 335.291 719 813
LOSS OF LIFE
Killed in battle, including Russia : 19.658.000
Increased death rate , 30,470,000
Decreased birth rate 4o!o0o!ooo
United States '. $1,028,000,000 J24.974.000.0O0
Great Britain 3,485,000.000 39.314.000,000
France 6,346.000,000 46,025.000,000
from II to 12 a special rjrayvr service win b
held in bahsJf of tha Washington ennfefvnoa.
At the qnestioa forum service at Bight Dr.
aicuveea will answer tne I allowing uc4baa:
(1) "Is not the Goidea Bnla improperly an
ealledf": (21 "Do not our coliece atodenta apond
too much time with a thirties and members of
tne opposite sexf; (3) "Is oar pledge aboet
Panama to Us a scrap of paper?"; (4) "What
ao you think about the atonement?"
Special attention is to be given to the idea
of peace and disarmament at tha Highland Oob-
Creotional church. In the noroine then will
be noly communion and Kev. Edward Constant
win preaca o nelly on "The Angel of Peace."
In the evenina O. R. Hartwir. nmVWit al Ctrm.
gon Federation of Labor, will give an addma
on tha disarmament idea from tha viewpoint
of labor. On Wednesday afternoon tb ladies'
missionary meeting will be held at the bam
of Mrs. Duboia. 415 Going street.
The Rev. James W. Pri Pitertm Cim.
ration! church's new pastor, arrived Thursday
from Seattle. He will occupy the pulpit Sunday
at both services, Six month ago tha Rev. Mr.
Price closed a pastorate at tha West Seattle
tA-ngregaUonal chnrch. Daring 1 the war . tha
church made many sacrifices following the ex
ample of tlieir nastnr who vnrk kmn
a day for the government and then attended to
his church duties. List summer tha mtnUu-r
spent his vacation at Richmond beach, wbera
m conducted an old-time revival campaign and
put the struggling church there on its feet. Ue
Ins an active work at Pilgrim church.
jaouoav at e :3 n m Rnn,m.u rnvMM.
tAmar church will give its annus! father and
son banquet, after which the monthly social
ofth alena league will be held. a H. Kegg
will deliver an address nn "Hmm anrf tk. r.
munitj." This month, commencing Tuesday at
o v i iv". a. wiu oa given over by Uua church to
tha Moody Bible institute conference, which will
meet both afternoons and evenings except Satur-
r, iu ma cuurcn.
Disarmament Sundav will ha ohaanMt
row at tlie Atkinson Memorial rinnwuul
church. The day will be ariven over to mi
anal prayer for tha conference.
Tha Kev. A. C. Mmcs. a former pastor, will
occupy the pulpit of Waverly Heights Congrega-
wyu tuurai un oiuuuj morning. The iwstor
- "i wiiui ai uign a series or sermons on
unai vnswues ox lite UospeL'
Eo 3e 53cfJicated in
Sunday IU be an epoch making day
for tha Sunnyside Congregational
church. The new $11,000 three-manual
Kimball pipe-organ will be dedicated In
two great service at 11 a. m. and 7 :45
At the morning aerrioe Luclen EL
Becker will preside at tha organ and
will render a aerie of selection de
signed to bring out the wonderful tonal
qualities and powers of the great in
The morning program la a follows
Oagaa prelude. "A Sou of Gratitnde" . . . .
alias Martha Reynold at the omn
Anthem. "Tha Lost Chord". .. .Arthur Sullivan
Group of four:
1. Larco from "Xeraea Raiutrl
5. "geranata" Drdla
S. Overture from "William Tell" Bosaiai
.aj tjfvsQoo Rousi
I-acien K. Beehev st the man.
Solo, "How Beautafol Upon tha Mountains'
Mrs. Marten Baoaett Duva.
Group of three:
1. "Pilgrims' Chorus" . . . . t Wagner
2. "RitorneUo" -.Lonen F-. Becker
3. Tanationa. "Jerusalem tX Golden". .Sparks
Lociea E. Becker at the organ.
Dedication sermon by Dr. J. J. Btaob.
Group of. threw:
1. "Traassewi" Sebum ana
2. "Minuet" from "Saanaoa" Handel
S. "Kvenaong" Johnston
Luc io E. Backer at the orcaa.
The procram for the evening Is aa
follows, with Miss Martha Reynold at
tne organ :
tre!ndc, Hoaanna . . . . warha.
Anthem, In the Beginning was the Word
FATHER AND SON
WEEK DATES SET
A special program will be eiven hv th Solo. "Repent Te" Tfieott
ijumer league oi jur saviors Lutneran
church at the evening session Sunday. I ?ra"
J. Srart lilna.
Professor Clausson nf P.rivm, Anthem. Lalold. Te Portals'
1 1 o-i j " .: "j I"' J7: I Solo. "With Vcrdora Clad'
Tilli u-nann f... i . j I ..Mra sis nan Bennett Duva.
. w . i cfc,, dljl UB AIIUCIHUIl I fit-van AffrtArv "KtMitula
will sing. The league topic for study I Anthem "Evening Sonr"..
win wi ine neiormauon ana iiusta-tis i solo, in .uin worth"
Adolphus." At the morning service Rev- I Jacob e'enrusoa.
M. A. Christensen will nrparh th Antnem, Saactus
mon in F-.nliah 1 fosuuon, saarcn
In all Episcopal churches. Sundav will
be a day of joyful celebration. The last
100 years have witnessed such a mar
velous growth of the missionary work
. . .liayvla
. . .Bajds
(Concluded on Page Five. Column Three)
DIRECTORY OF CHURCH SERVICES IN PORTLAND
24th Sunday After Trinity
18TH Altai EVERETT 8T8.
REV, DR. A, A. MORRISON
SERVICES S AND 11. AND 8 t. M.
SUNDAV SCHOOL 8:4S.
"DISARMAMENT: OR BANKRUPTCY and
OOOD MUSIO, LAROE VESTED CHOIR
REPINED AND DIGNIFIED WORSHIP
lAKUYBODY WKLCOMK COME, SEE
Things That Are
A timely lecture from the elj-ns of
fact rmi.oorHT scirivtr
aKl IO101 lt RKLATIOI TO
THIS CHAXGIXU MOULD
CaJ. LE ROY
Sunday, 7:30 P. M.
W. O. W. TEMPLE
ILEVESTH STREET BF.TWEEX
WASHI5GTOX AD ALDER
International Bible Students' Assn.
sVEATS TREE SO COLLECTION
88TH AND EAST YAMHILL
11 A. M. "DISARM OR
POPULAR SUNDAY EVENING 7:48
(This Is tha Third Sermon on "Dad.")
QALLAQHER SPEAKS MORNINO
BROADWAY AT TAMH1LL
WILLIAM G. ELIOT JR., MINISTER
10:80 A. M.
"THE APPRO OH I NO INTERNATIONAL
CONFERENCE IN WA8HINQT0M"
4:00 P. M.
SUNDAV AFTERNOON MUSICALS
CHOIR MITYt.ENK FRAKER STITES,
MRS. II. J. Hit HE, ROSS FARGO. WAL
TER HARDWICK. Acronipsuists. R. W.
HOTT. MRS. HARDWICK.
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED.
Soma Emphatic Teaching on This Most
Important of All Human Relationships.
NEW CHRISTIAN CHURCH
ASSEMBLY ROOM PORTLAND HOTEL
11 O'CLOCK TOMORROW
WM. ft. REECE Minister.
November 6 December 4
Conducted by Moody. Bible Institute
BET. IT. P. -WHITE, D. D, Seattle, TTsalu
BET. L. g. CHAfEB, JX y w York, V T.
BET. A. B. HTI5CHE8TEB, D. Toronto, Canada
BET. B. B. SUTCLIFFE, CkJcao, IU.
I DAILT SESSIONS AT t AATJ I US T. Mn IS
Sunnyside Congregational Church
First Baptist Church (White Temple)
Uniform Sunday School Jjesson
"Paul Attacked by a' Mob." Acts 21:27
Golden Teit "God is our refuge and
strength. A very present help in trouble.
Therefore will we not fear." Pta. 46-1 -2a.
Toong People's Topic
Christian Endeavor "Thy Will Be Done. V.
With My Money." MutU 6:7-15. Consecra
Epworth Ieanue "Thy Will Be Done. IV.
Wth My Money." Matt. 6:7-15.
Firrt White Temple, 12th and Taylor.
Preaching by Dr. B. B. Sutcliffe. 11, 7:45.
East Side E. 20th and Salmon. Dr. W. B.
Hinson and Rev. Daniel Bryant- Preaching by
Rev. Daniel Bryant 11, "The Historical
Christ Faith's BaMs fc-r the Living Christ":
7 :30. "The Neglected Profession of Home-
Third Vancouver and Knott. Rev. R. B.
Clo?e. 11. 'Swords or Plowshares Which
Shall It Be?" and communion; 7:30, "The
Arleta 48th ave. and 64th st. S. E. Rev.
Owen T. Day. 1 1 , "Truth ss an Armor" ;
7:30. "Shall the Nationf Disarm?"
Calrajry B. 8th ar.d Grant 11. "Re
vivals," by Rev. Milo (. Bentley, state evan
gelist; 7:30, "The Power of the" GospeL'"
Glencoe E. 45th and Main. Her. V. S.
Btewsrt 11. 7:30.
gellwood Bethany Kev. u. a. Tunneii. il,
Grace K. 7Cth and Ash. Kev. J. if.
Huckleberry. 11, 7:30.
Swedish 15th and Moyt Kev. i. u. Djoian-
der. 10:45. 7:30.
St Johns Chicsgo and Leonard. 11. 7:30.
Highlanxi E. 6th and Alberta. Rev. Walter
I.. Riley. 1 1 . "Magnifying Christ"; 7:30,
"What Jesus Has Done for Vs."
Tabernacle E. 45th ana Woodstock. 11.
University Psrk Drew and Fiake, Rev.
G. K. Schlsuch (supply). 11. 8.
Mt Olivet (colored) Broadway and Everett.
Rev J. W. Anderson. 11. 8.
IenU 89th st.' and 60th ave. Bev. E. A
Smith. 11. emmunion; 7:30, "Wlien He
Cama to H'melf."
Second (Uarmau) Rodney and Morris Rev.
F. Hoffman. 11. 7:30.
Italian Mission E. 44th and Sherman. Bar.
Eugene Fsntetti. 2:30. school: 8.
Elim Swedish E. 6th at Alberta. 2:30.
Pro-Cathedral 15th and Davis. Bev. George
J. Campbell. 6, 7,:15, 8:30, :45. 11.
8t Peters Lents. Bev. J. P. O'Flynn. 8,
St. Lawrence 3d and Shermsn. Bev. 3. C.
Hughes. 6, 8:30. 10:30. 7 SO.
St Francis E. 12th and Pine. Bev. L H.
MeNamec 6. 8. 9. 10. 11
immaculate Heart of Mary Williams and
Stanton. Rev. W A. Daly. 6, 8. . 11. 7 :30.
Holy Rosary EL 3d st Clackamas. ery. Kev,
E. S. Olsen. O. P. 6. 7. 8. . 11. 7:30.
St Rose E. 53J at Alameda. Bev. J. M.
O'Fsrrell. 8. 10:30. 4.
St Andrews E. 9th and Alberta. Rev,
Thomas Kiernan. 8. 10:30, 7:30.
The Madeleine E. 24 th and Sisklrm. Bev.
George F. Thompson. 7:30, fL 11.
Ascension E. 76th end Yimhl Franciscan
Fathers. 8. 10:80, 7:30.
Blessed Ssrrsment Maryland and Blandena.
Rev. B. V. Kelly. 8. 10:30. 7:86.
Holy Cross 774 Bowdoin. Rev. C Bay
mond. R, 10:30, 7:80.
8t Ignatius 3220 43d st S. E. Jjssult
Fathers 6:30. 8. 10 30. 7.
St Stephens E. 4 2d and Taylor. Bev.
Warren A Waitt 6. 8, 9:15, 11. 7:30.
Holy Redeemer Portland blvd. and Van
couver ave. Rev. P. Bregenzer. C. S. S. B.
6,-8, 10:80, 7:38.
St Philip Nert (Paulist Fathers) E. 16th
at Hickory. Rev. M. L. Ferry. C. S. P.
7:30. 9. 10 30. 4.
Church of the Assumption B. Smith ave. at
Newton. Servite Fathers. 6, 8 10:30. 7:30.
Sacred Heart E. 11th and Center. Kev.
Gregory RobU O. 8 B. S. 10:30, 7:30.
St Agatha E. lota snd enaiem. Kev. jonn
Cummisky. 8. 10:30, 7:30.
St Stanislaus (PoUsb) Maryland ana tail
ing. Bev. F. Matusewski. 8. 10:30, T:30.
8t Joseph (German) 15tn ana ton en.
Bev. Fro win Epper. 8. 10:30. 7:30.
St Michael i Italian) 4th and MflL Bev.
M. Balestra. S. J. 8 .30. 10:30. 7:30.
Bt Clare's Capitol Hill. Father Aloyslus
0. F. M. 7:15. :13.
8t Charles E. 83d and Alberta. Bar. M
Wallace. 8. 1:S0. !
AH Sainnt E. 39th and Glisan. Bev. Wil
liam C renin. 8, 10:30.
St. Patrick's 19th and Saviar. Bev. Charles
M Smith. Utases. 8. 0 11. 7:45.
St. Bncitta's Cbspel - Jmtnn-Glen Harbor.
(Attended from St Patricks) . 9 a. m.
Our I-ady of Sorrovn E. 52d and Wood
stock. Bev. G. C. Fallu. 8, 10:4. 4:80.
St Anthony Chapel 7022 45th ave. Bev.
G. C. FaUn. Ova.
Holy Family Chapel E. 37th and Bex. Bev.
a a Fallu. 9:45. 7:4i.
First Park and Colnmbia. Rev. Harold H.
Gnffis. 11. "The Delusion of Militarism";
7:45, "The Indus: woess of Christ."
East Side E. 12th and Taylor. Kev. ormsn
F. Johnann. 11, "The Sword or the Cn!"';
7:30. "Fighting Against God."
Church of Cnrlst ttooney ana asoa, aw-
Joa. Boyd. 11. "Learning - w ar No More';
T:S0. "The Varoe ef a Prayer. "
Mantaviua 1. mux ana uiean. tief. I
E. Hoskin. 11. 7 SO.
Kern nrs xiev. a. n. onormiey. i i.
St John central ana usvregov itev. tier-
bert Jones. 11. 8. ;
Tabemarai E. 2Sth ana aineru. sa. xt
TIbba Msiey. 11. 7;0.
Bellwood S6 Xenino. Bar. J. &. jonnson.
Advent Christian Second between EaU and
Lincoln. IL '
' , ChritUaa telenca
Lemon aubject: "Adam and FaTfctt Man."
Firsts lth and Everett 11. 8.
' Second E. ?h aad HoTladsy. 11. 8.
Thirt E. 12th and Salmon 11. 8,
Fonrtb Vancouver and Emerson 11, 8.
Fifth 62d and 42d aw. a. E. 11.
Sixth Masonic tenple. 868 TsmhilL 11. B
Seventh Smith ava. and Near Tork. IL.
AU thurehea Wedsaeday, 8 p. aa.
OongraeatlonaJ iris. Rev. B. Rvmuucn. 10, 11.
First Park and Madison. Dr. W. T. Mc- - 5V j0hn.ninsula and Kiliutxiek Bev. L.
Elveen. 11. "The Possibilities of Disarma- . X":,JL. f"" .. . .
ment": 7:30, questkn-and-answer service. I . T. ana wu).
Sunnyside E. 32d and Taylor. Dr. J. J. . u- vgren. su:a, i :.
Staub. 11, dedication of new pipe organ; . uamanue 11 9th and Irving. Esv. A T. An-
7:45. sacred concert . . . .
, , , . . , , i roiumouut Lively ana aortune. lier. n.
Atkinson Memorial E. 29th and Everett r c.,, i.in
r-t E. rTint. 11 "America's Watchword. En- ' (Missouri Synod) Chsp-
A Pentecostal Defense": 7:30, "The Young Du stkuon. Bar H. IL Koppahaana.
Man's ManUe of Leadership." 015 io-157-; x.vW.au.
Highland E. 6th and Prescort. Kev. Edward t ,iT' , . . . .L .
Constant 11. "Tbe Angel of Peace" and t ' "7TJU01..?.i"oa ' Ti 1
. r.9n "Tl x.i 1.. n I "v ' - - xiVKtiii. i V
.urT-i 0.-T '"""I service: 7:30. English service
the Viewpoint of Labor." bv O. R. Hartwie.
Waverleigh Heights E. 32d and Woodward.
Rev. Oliver P. Avery. 11, preaching by Bev.
A. C. Moses; 7 :30, "Great Certainties of the
Laurelwood 45th ave, and 63th st 8. E.
Mrs, Alice M. Handsaker. 11. 7.
Pilgnm Missouri and Shaver. Rev. Jss.
W. Price. 11. "Listening to God": 7:30,
Uur High Privilege as Co-workers With God.
University Park Haven and Lombard. Bev.
C. H. Johnston. 10:30, 8.
Finnish Mason and Alblna. Bar.
Harju, 6 and 8 p. m.
St Johns 3. Ivanhoe and Richmond. ' Bev.
U. EJgner Nourse. 11. 8.
Danish-Norwegian E. 23d and Bomser.
Rev. Ole Torgessan. 11. 7:30.
First German Ebeneier E. 7th and Stanton. Earth" ; 7.
Church of the Redeemer (Enclishl E. 15th
north and Wygant School 10. service 11.
r-innun 179 Fargo. Bav. A. Salminea 10,
Sunday school 7.
et Marks (Wisconsin Bynod) Msllory and
Skidmore. Eev. P. Hinderer. 9:30. 10:30.
Carson Heights Eighth and Hume. Bav. G.
S. Brown. 10, 11:15. 3. dedication of church.
Centenary-Wilbur E. 9th snd Pine. Dr.
Charles MacCaughey. 11. "Peter, Put L'p Thy
sworn ; 7:30, ine Keal Autocracy.
Central Vancouver and Fargo. Bav. A B,
Maclean. 10:45. 7:30.
Clinton-KellT E. 40th and frwtTL Rev. E
a. Mace. 11, "The New Heaven and the New
PRATEB TO BE OFFERED
From midnight Saturday until mid
night Sunday prayera will be offered by
tlie Anglican communion all around the
world for the succesa of the conference
on disarmament FTOtn Baffin' bay to
Cape Horn and from tha Golden Gate to
London Pool man and women will pre
serve unbroken that golden chain of in
tercesston that "binds the world about
the feet of God," In Orexon Biahop
Henry White. 11. "Some Ways In Which God Walter Taylor Summer haa authorised
LJ!3maS.oM.enm 10 Accumphih "is Divine the use of special prayers in all the
Marshall itxeet 17tfl and Marshall. Bar Parian" ina rniaaiuna 01 uie Qioceae, At
a. j. nanna 11. uie noiy communion special intention
Mizpah E. 19th and Division.' Bav t A. I will be observed for the fruitful outcome
Thompson. 11. "Some Sobering Thoughts on Of the arms parley.
uie Armament mutation; I :o. service and
unity E. 71st and Sandy. Bev S. W. Sea
men. 11. "The Motive for Men and Nations"
30. "Some Men Who Met Christ"
Arbor I-txifa Brvut and Curtis. Bav. Alex
ander B. Eiana. 11. 7:30.
Holt Chinese IK'S M nM (- B;.
rr - T , . - " ""a
1 p. m., acnooi; 8. preaenma
First 12th and Clar. Bav. G. Hafnar.
u:io, 7 U.
Bav. George Zocher. 10:30. 7:30.
Second German E. 8 th and Skidmora Bar.
Henry Hagelg&nz. - 10:30. 7:30.
Zion German E. 9th and 'Fremont Bav. J.I
a. Hopp. 11. 7t30.
Chnrch of the Brethren Borthvrlck and Brain
ard. Bev. J. C. G. Stiverson. 11, 7:30.
Pro-Cathedral of St Stephens 13th and Clay.
Bt Bev. Walter Taylor Sumner, bishop: Very I F. A. Scarvie. 11. 8.
Zpworth 26th and Savler. Bav. Frank L.
Moore. 11. 7:30, illustrated lecture by 87 W
Erxol Heights Darlington halL Sunday
sccooi. 11:13 a. m.
Urst Twelfth and Taylor. 10:30. "War,
Peace and the Chnrch." by Bev. Ralph C. Mc
Afee; 7:30- "The Whirlwind and the Still Small
v oice, by Dr. &dwaid O. Sissoa of Heed col
First Norweglan-uanlan 18th and Hoyt Bav.
Rev. R. T. T. Hicks, dean. 7:45. communion
0:45, 11, communion and sermon; 7:45, eve
ning prayer and address.
Trinity 19th and Everett Bev. AT A Mor
rison, rector. 8, 11, "Disarmament or Bank
ruptcy and Revolution : 8.
St. Davids Esst 12th and Belmont ' Bav.
Thos. Jenkins, rector. 7:30, 9:30, 11, 730.
St Marks 2 1st and Marsnalt Bev. J. G.
Hatton. rector. 7:30, 11.
St Philips 242 Russell 10. 11.
St Andrews Hereford st, Portsmouth. Bev.
ocn D. Kice. S, 11. 7:30.
Grace Memorial East 17th and We idler.
Bav. F. A
German Rodney and Stanton.
Schumann 10:43, 8.
Hoyt 8t 15th and Hoyt Bav,
Hertiier. 11, 7:30.
Laurelwood E. 63d and Foster. Bav. F. K.
Finley. 11. 7:30.
lenti 86th st and 58th ava Bav. F. R.
Sibley. 11. 7:45.
Lincoln E. a 2d and Lincoln. Bav. W. N.
Byars. 11, "Thoughts oa Disarmament"; 7:30
Linnton Rev. Robert M. Gatke. 11. "In
the Region of Unbelief"; 7:30, "The Limping
Monta villa E. 80th and Pine. (Rev. T.
Ginn. Evangelistic services in charge of Bev.
11. The Four Compromises
Bev. O. W Taylor. 11. 8.
V.HjffcT? iH Ro'be-rtBryn
anuautwaj. aict. at. a. UUnru, flCal. O, A X. I O 7-4A
J-'-i U . A... aiW. J 1 a . , I o P- in. , i -OU
s v "t," "' "r.v."Da,,.5- Mt- Tabor E. 61st and Btark.
"' ' . ;.", Fields. 11. 8.
v i,.?9 r S "Vl.Sr Patten Albert snd Michlgaa Bav. George
"",.1""". "":'"-."- H. Bennett 11. 7 30
,-.al" "5aiu -- Bose City Park E. 68th and Alameda.
a. Jt. "a, ,.,.,a ..a C. W. Huett 11. "World Peace"; 7:30
.rr "X"" ,-'V:m"".T."". uu ."1,"fJ- I cific Travel and Hawaii.
w J-'onn Mcwormica m, U, o Sellwood E. 15th and T scorns. Bev. G. F.
a u ana uuir ws vui dcu, a nil oaVllcroi w Av5a
Bav. D. L.
F. H. Clark, vicar. 10. 11
Good Shepherd Vancouver and Graham.
Rev. John Dawson, rector. 7:30, 9:45, IL
Mission of Et Johns i-Bickner's hall. Ret.
John D. Rice, vicar. 2 and 3 p. m.
St Peters Chaiel E. 82d and Burh&ida W. E. Ktoster. 11. 7:30
iu t. m.
Phelps. 11, "Except a Man Ba Born Again He
Cannot See : 7 :3U. Just hat Is Bible Hon
Sunnyside E. S5th and TsmhilL Bev. T.
H. Gallasher. 11, "Disarm or Degenerate
7:45. "Dads Psunhter.
6t Johns W. Leavitt and tsjTsensa. Bar,
St James Chapel E. 72d st and 37th ave.
ll. 7:3 0.
Chnrch of the Transfiguration B. 5 Ota. and
Division. 3 p. tn.
E ran as Heal
East Market Street E. 6th and Market
Kev. Ezra Usurer. 11. 7:30.
Clay Street 10th and Clay. Rev. Jacob
fctocker. iosd, "una lioa. Above AD, m
All. Through All ; 7:30, "The Nert War."
Swedish Tabrmacle N- 17th and Glisan.
C. La. Ledm. 1 1 . sermon bv Rev. It Peter
son; 3. preaching by Dr. B. B. Sutcliffe;
7 :i). preaching by Kev. tt Peterson.
Lents F. B. Culver. 11, 7:30.
West Portland Multnomah station. Bev. H
it scneaMruaa. 11. 7.30.
FiiV. E. 9th snd Mill Bev. W 3. Johnson.
Evangelistic fervicea in charge of Walter Klots-
bach. 11. 7 :30.
Central E. 55th and Flinders. Bev. 8. G.
Roper. 11. 8.
. Alberta E. 30th and Wygant Bev. g. L.
Burns 11. 7 :45.
St Johns E. Richmond and Hudson. Bar.
F. K. Dawsen. 11. 7:30.
Lenta Bev O. S. Blair. 11. T:S0.
First E. 35th and Main. 11, missionary
service, in charge of Rev. K. H George: 7:45.
address by Rev. L, T. Pennington, president of
West Piedmont Borthwick and Jersey. ' Bev.
Carey Jeesvp. 11. pastor; 7.30. sermon by
Kev. t. u. nanaau 01 ul ursnoe.
H. H. t'RDAHL SPEAKER
H. H. Urdahl will addreaa the Realixa-
tion league. 148 Thirteenth street at S
o'clock Sunday on the aubject, "Knowl
edge is Power, Lrdahl la author of
TTie Key of Knowledare." At 11 a. m.
H. reward Mills speaks.
The national observance of Fathefo
and -Son week has been set this yaar for
next week, November I to U This
great movement to bring the men and
boys of the nation closer together win
be more generally observed in Portland
thla year than ever before.
Banquets for men and boys only will
be held In 32 sections of the city com
pared with 1" last year. Leading busa
neea men have taken an Interest In tha :
movement thla year and are endeavorinc
to 'see that each banquet la a success.
Members of the general committee pro
moting the week are : Dr. Ouy A. Woods,
chairman: A. J. Bale. H. It Albee, H IV
Collins, a W. Lawrence, W alter A. Goes,
Est Snedecor, J. R. Leach. J. C Kng
llah, O. W. Davidson. Fred LocXley. WIK
lard V. Rouse. Paul Newraever. U. kw
Davles, A. L. BunnelL A. K. Bittner
Ernest VT. Peterson. R. C. Newell and
XATORS PR6CLAM ATIOX
The week also haa been officially des
ignated aa Father-and-Son week in
Portland by proclamation of the mayor,
which reads : "In furtherance of the ia
tional movement to bring a closer unity
between the father and his son In
every community, the eek of November
7 to November 1J. 192L is hereby offi
cially designated aa the annual Father-and-Son
week in the city of Portland.
"Family unity is the basis of organ
ised society and the brotherhood of
man and as such it U of the greatest
Importance that it be kept intact. The
close, intimate interest of the father ta
his son and the son In his father forms
an important link in family unity and
la In many respects a controlling factor
in the matter of tie future of both boy
and father. The furtherance of this
spirit of helpfulness between father and
son should be encouraged In every way
possible and. therefore, full cooperation
of the people of Portland in the various
plana outlined for observance of the
week Is urged."
The Father-and-Son week movement I,
was Initiated years ago by the T. M.
C. A since which time It has been of
ficially recognised by the International
Sunday School association. Both or
ganisations are pothing the movement
Wlllard K. Rouse, boya' work special
ist la the local Y. M. C. A., la furnish
ing information free of charge to leaders
desiring pointers on proper observanoe
of the week.
A father -and -eon banouet will be riven
Tuesday evening at the East Market
Street Evangelical church. Mayor
Baker and Chief of Police Jenkins will
be among the speakers. The police
quartet will sing.
Congregation Beth Israel (Reformed-) 12th
. VI - .K D.hM Inn.k O VBT. W... Tim
nr t km c.hk.tk . I dall Tully.
rridav at ft r in ajui ftaturdav ar lo ID . 1 Wettminst'
Swedish Beech and Borthwick.
Moody. 11. 7:30.
I Diversity Park Fiake and Lombard.
H. T. Atkinson. 11. 7:80.
Vsncouver Ave. Norwegian-Danish Skidmora
and Vancouver. Bev. Gnstave A Storaker. 11
Peace With God : 8. "The Hidden Treasure.
Westmoreland Milwaukw and Midway. Bev,
E- S. Mace. 7:30, sermon by pastor.
Woodstock 44th and Woodstock B. E. Bev.
Walton Skipworth. 11. 8.
Woodlawn E. 10th near Durham ava. Rav
J. H. Irvine 1 1, "The Church and a Warless
Wosld '; 7:30. "Things That Make for Peace
African Zion 417 Williams ava Bev. L A
Moore. 11. 7 30.
Japanese 87 N. 16th. Bev. 8. Centura.
10. 11. 2.
District Superintendent Bev. Win ism Wallace
Toungson. 891 E. 62L at N. Tabor 2790.
M. K. South
First Cnlon and Multnomah. Bev. J. B.
Hams. 11. preaching by Bev. Frank P.
First 12th and Main. Bev. A If. Bowea
Sellwood E. 9th and Epokana. Bar. J. G.
Bringdale. 11. 7:30.
Brentwood 65th and 67th sia. Bav.
S. Ldlow. 11. 7:30.
Highland Park E 14th and Jarrvtt Barf.
W. P. Mack CahilL 11. 7.30.
Scandinavian 948 Garfield. Bav. J. B.
Mittby. 11, 7:30.
First 12th and Alder. Rev. R L Bowman
and Bev. N. E. TnUy. 10:30. "Christ and tha
Conference on Limitation of Armaments"; 7:30.
Why Saul Became Paul by Kev. Norman Ken-
Eait 17 th and Schuyler. Dr.
Congregation Ahavai Sholom Park and Clay i?rl .""i -.10;.a',v, J."
Hahhi R ibnhuwm. lrvirt, A ITi, arless World'; 7:30. "Why Christiana Believe
" a 1 Draw.- . nrtM '
Central E. 13th and Pine. Dr. W. H. Nugent
11. "The Vision of a Warlesa World"; 7:45,
A Choice- m Life and What Became of It
atav Rabbi R. Abrahamson.
Saturday, 8:30 a m.
Congretatioa Kovah Zedek Talmud Torah
6th and HalL Rev. Abraham L Rosenceanvav
Friday, 8 p m. Saturday. 9 am. Sunday. 10
a m. -Beligioaa achooL
Luter Day SaJirta
Chnrch of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
E. 25 th and Madison. Herbert C. I verso a.
mission president 10, 6:30. .
Reorganized Church E. 76th and Irvtng.
Elder C E. Jonaa. 10:45, 7:45.
8t James W. Park and Jefferson Bet.
William E. Brmkman. 11, 7:48.
St Paul L 12th and Clintoav. Bar. A
Exsnse. 10. 10:30. 7:30.
Trinity (Missouri Synod 1 Kodney and lr
Bev. J. A Bimbarh 10:15 (German). 7:30
tnurca tor ummi aaamj ana itj rsv. 4. 1
A a Beyer. 2:30.
Oar Savior's E. 10th and Gnat, Iter, M
A. Christensen. 11 (English). "Christ, and
Disnnnaament": 7:30, Lather. league.
Baxhaenea Norwegian 14a'and Dm via. Bav.
H J. Thorpe. 11.
Bethany Evangelical Norwegian (Free) Wy
gant and Rodney. Rev. R A. Rorrwik. 7' 45.
Grass Enghsli (Miseouri Synod). East Twenty
fourth and Broadway. Be. C H. Bembara.
Bethany Danish gyinretlnal Ca-oas aaal -HLm
11th and Clay. Preaching -bv Bev.
U R. B. HoUensted. 11. 7 .30.
Mt Tabor E. 55th and Belmont kev. Ward
MacHenry. 11, "The Problem of Peace"i 7:30.
"Things Worth Fighting For."
Vernon 19th and Wygant Bav. J. O.
afergter. 11. 7:30.
Piedmont Cleveland and Jarrrtt Bev. J.
Francis Morgan. H. "Ways of Peace"; 7 JO,
"Living and Dying for God."
Fourth First snd Gibba Bev. Mooroa G.
Everett 10 -AO 7:30.
Eenitworth E. 34th and Gladstones Rav.
L. K. Grimes. 11, "Christ-Prayer and Disarm
ament": 7:30. "Lattla Faith Gives a Smalt Vision
Hope "8th and Everett. Bev. J. A Smith.
Rooe Citv E. 45th Hum av
Donald W. M. UaeClueE. 11, 7:45. "The Ancient
Mystery of Religion."
Forbse Graham and Ganienbete. Bev. Caere
B Lewis. 11, "Aa Outstanding Christian";
7:30. "Saocttficatioii A Profession or a Pos-
Baw, J aha
Trinity Vrrginla and Nebraska.
D MeLennon. 11. 7:0.
Anabel 56th and 87th ava, Ber. John K.
Faztoa (supply). 11. 7:80.
aiULarat ISl mii . mmA TSA a. - Is.
Second E. 88d and O Jumhla blvd.
H. Heunar. 11.
Third Lenta Rev. F. Lienkaemner.
(German); 8, (English).
First Minnesota mud A 1 nn-T h Var V Tk
eraser. 11, 7 JU.
Savanth Day AdvantlsU
Note Begular sarvioas of this denocBlnailon
are neid on Saturday.
tantrai E. lltb and K'trett r. X Dick
aon, pastor. :a, 11.15.
Tahernacla fith ana. Umtmn.r, r. v
tuooara. minister. 9:60. 11.
Monta Tills E. 80th and Enn T 1
nan. iu, 11.
lnts 94 th at and 58 th ave. D. 3. Chit
wooa. 10, 11.
St Johns Central ava. snd CViarlMtrut . T
U. Meikleiohn. 10 11
Albina Skidmora and Msllory. Elder John
Com AO. 1. 243 A,h at rVintfnaf4aM A
T. Pitt 11 a m . 3:15 and 8 n m
Corps No. 4 128 1st Fnain Jesaia Ulnar
ana captain Mrs. I Upton 3 and 8 p. m.
First Spiritualist S. 7th and Eaasala. 8. 8
Scientific Christian SDi ritualist 51 Cnion
ave. N. Kev. It M. Sincleton. 1. 8.
Independent Sniritualistin Kcxriatv 441 Fast
j.-tn itev. Ida M. Schorl. 3.
Firwt Spiritual eicience Churrh Ali.kv hM
6 and 8 p. m. Lectures bv Mrs. Y' Philina
auu airs, emma lrfler. "True epintualisi
A Pure and Lndefiled Relirion."
Personal Meage Church Portland hotel as
sembly soom. C.W.Shaw. 7:45. ,
New Christian Church Portland Ratal Aa.
sembly room. Kev. William R. Keeca. 11, "Ideal
Church of Our Father Rrniw,. mnA V.m
bill. Rev. William C. Eliot Jr. 10 30 "Th
Approaching International Conferenra and t K.
future 01 tne World.
tonfercnea Supenntendeot Bav. G. E. Mc-
rirst E. 15th and Morrison. Bev. Byroo
J. t-iara. 1 1 , preaching by Bev. J. E. Fry
o, bi issionary service.
second E. 27th and Sumner. Bev. Ira
Hawley. II. "Gleaned by the Word"; 7:43.
"What Is Life Eternal?"
Third 67th st and 324 ave.' 8 E, Bev.
E. O. Shepherd. 11. "Whence Cometh the
Strange Sounds"; 7:45. "An Kxpenxive Bide."
Fourth T reman. Kev. Leiks Lurkey. 11,
Cloverdale (Old Constitution) 446 Jessup.
Bav. Walter Beynokla. 10. school; 7, 8.
nrst E. 16th and Poplar. Bev. H. H.
Farnham. 11. 7:30.
Ockley Green Willamette blvd. and Gay
Rev. A. P. Schmale. 11. 7 30.
St Johns Ivanhoa and John. Bav. C P.
Gates. 11. 7:80.
First El 87th and Hawthorne. Bev. H. F.
Given. 11. 7:80.
Church of the Strangers Grand and Wasee.
Bev. E. Earl DuBoia. 10 30, "Shall War Ccass?"
7:30. "Leaping Over Walls."
aentoo 120 W. Lombard. Bav. Carl Scot
irajin. n. 7 :ao.
Multnomah Multnomah Etatton. Eav. David
otaaua onarp. IU. 11, -46. 7:30.
iAristian and Mwainnary AtHaoca E. 9th
iay. tiev. jonn a. . 11. 7:ao.
Peniel liisioa 205 H Jefferson. 8. 8.
Daily ezrept Monday, at 8 p. m.
Portland Commons Front and Burnsida 1. 8.
Pentecostal First and Waartingtoo. Kev
Will C Trotttr. II. S. 8: daily. 8.
Glad T slings (P eatacxsUAl) 246 S First.
Apoatobe Faith Front and Burwdda. Bar.
Florence Crawford and B. K. Csawtord. 11,
2:30. 7:80; dally. 7:45. 1
Chriatiaa Ajsembly E. 20th and Ankaei.
Pastor A. W. Smith. 11. 2 45. 1:45.
VoluntaeTa of America 224 Bnrnaida. Eva.
nmgs except Monday, 8; Sunday. 3. 8
Gospel Halt K. ZUl and Stark. 10 JO,
Bibla Standard Miaaovn 3d and Morrison.
nav. rrea uoralEUB- 10 SO. 2 . to. 8.
Church of God 868 Failing. Ba-v. Harry
neaL 11, T:aa.
Realisation League 148 13th. Rav. H Ed
ward Milkv 11, "How Men Take the Next
step-; a. anowieoge is 1'ower. by H. H.
Catty Society Central library lf M.
Jarey curs. . I u. atady class; 8. Vectara.
Church of taviaa Truth 205 Central bade.
Dtvins Science 816 E. Clsv. Bev. T Is.
MinanL 11, "The Tabernacle of God II With
The Sociaty for Spreading the Knarailedga of
Traa Prayer. 301 Fuedncr bloc. Mooday. 8.
"It Can Be Done."
Universal MseannW- Central library. lira
Alice M. MOsngnt 7, "Tha Thinking Life,"
Goapa Faith Assembly 88 H Third. 11.
2:30, 7:45. Tueadsy and Tburaday 7:45 p sa.
Primitive Churrh East 10th aad W sailer.
Bev. M. E Ferdmsnd. 11. 8. 8.
Cristadetphian 631 E. Wahingto 11.
- Pentrcoacsl 84th at aad 4VOta - avw Bv S.
Bev. W. S. Loveioy. 11. 2. 8.
The Myotic Cnueh of Bethssrta 409 Aider.
Dr. W. W. A her. 8.
Greek Orthodox K. lTth and Cllntoa, Baa.
A. areiahsas, . aahaaat: lO. a -.
T TWELFTH ARB AtDIN
HAROLD Leonard BOWMAN
NORMAN KENDALL TULLT
10-80 A. M. "CMRIST AND
TMC OONFERENCI ON LIM
ITATION OF .tMAMINT.-
V DR. BOVaTTTAN.
T:4B . M. "WHY SAUL
BECAME PAUL." BV MR.
Service of Prayer and Dedit
tion, Friday, Araustica Day
at 10:30 A. M.
East Side Baptist Church
EAST MTH AWO SALMON STS.
WALTER RENWELL Ml SI SON. D. 0.
REV. DANIEL BRYANT
SUNDAY SCHOOL SO A M.
11:00 A. M
"THE HISTORICAL CHRIST FAITH'S
BASIS FOR THE LIVINO CHRIST."
7 SO F. M.
THI NEOLEOTED PROFESSION OF
PREACHINa BV REV. RRVNT.
E. MORRISON or BAWTHOk Ate CABS
TWELFTH AND TAYLOR
1S:S A. M.
"War, Peace and the
By RET. RALPH C. MeAFEE
Executive Secretary Portland Coun
cil of Churches.
"The Whirlwind and
the Still Small Voice"
By SB. EDWARD O. SI8S05
of Reed Collet- chsirmsn of the de
partment of International Justice
and Uooda-Ul of the Portland Coun
cil of Churchea
FATHERS A5D SOJfS AXUTAL
BASQLET FRIDAY EYF.SI5C,
KOTEMBLR 11, 6:16
COR. TWELFTH AND MAIN STS.
LAST WEEK OF REYIYAL
SERVICE EACH EVENINQ, 7:SO.
TUESDAY TO FNIDAV. :SO P. EL
All are Invi'd to hear tha lnsrrins
Soaas of ProL ar sirs W ells, and toa
REVIVAL SERMONS OF EVANREUSTS
HARDING AND SANNER
EAST 1TTH AND SCHUYLER STS.
E. H. PENCE, D. D PASTOR
10:30 "THE VISION OF
A WARLESS WORLD"
7:30 "Why Christians Be
lieve in Praying for a
APFftOrftlATt PATRIOTIC MUSIO
Meetlnr held at 10 10. :J0 and 7.S8
every Sundav. 7 :4i every ninnt tn
the week. All Nations- meetlrE Sat
ALL WELCOME 0 COLLLCTIOH
CAST TTH AND HASSALO STS.
SUNDAV MEETTN0S AT 9 AND S P. ML
CONFERENCE MEET1NO AT S P. M.
Evening address delivered by
Mrs. AlLbea V. Wia-andanjer
on the subject of
Drauu and How Wa Dr
11TM AND OLAT STS.
REV. L. R. B. HOLLENSTED
Will Praacli 11 A. M, anal 7i30 P. M.
LOUIS K. DICKSON
Sunday Night, Nov. 6
AT mt O'CLOCK
COR5EB TK5TH A5D TATLQB
CUty-Ojraer From raalte Library
THIS WILL BE MR. PICBWJJf
LAST KR!IO?r BIKOSE 1.KAT
(OR LOf A5GF:LE. WHEIE
HP. VT ILL F.5GA6E 15 KTA5.
Special Music Will Feature
a-I ri o
i rut Closing crs7ic
r.BFIT HOXQ RERTICE
SPECIAL TRA1SE1) CHORES
Prof. I. C. Colcord
FREDERICK FLAHAUT, VioBat
MRS. L. K. DICKSON, FsaM
PCBLIC IXTITED SEATS TREE