isiting Bishops to Conduct 18 Services m Portland (CKurclies on Uncia37! ASSIGNMENTS TO PULPITS ARE MADE Eighteen services will be conducted .Sunday in Portland Episcopal churches by visiting bishops, -who are in the city to attend the 47th triennial General Convention. Practically every church, except, the smaller missions will have a bishop at one of the Sunday services. The appointments in the city, in the diocese and in the Northwest as an nounced by the pulpit supply committee follow : St. Stephens pro-cathedral Morning Bishop Anderson of Chicago ; evening. Bishop Lawrence of Massachusetts. St. Davids--Morning. Bishop Man ning of New York ; evening. Bishop Williams of aJSehiganf Trinity Morning. Bishop Tuttle of Missouri, and; presiding bishop; even ing. Bishop Manning of New York. Church of the Gnod Shepherd Morn ing. Bishop Talbot of Bethlehem, Pa. St. Phillips Morning, Bishop Hulse of Cuba. St. Marks Morning. Bishop Weller of Fon du Lac. Wis. St. Johns. Sellwood Morning, Bishop In ley of Colorado. Our Savior's, Woodstock Morning, Bishop McCormick of western Mich igan.' St. Michaels and AH Angels Morn ing. Bishop Longiey, coadjutor of Iowa. St. Matthews Morning, Bishop Brewster of Maine. St. Andrews Morning, Bishop Reese of Ohio. Grace Memoria' Morning. Bishop Shaylor of Nebraska ; evening. Bishop LaMothe of Hawaiian Islands. Greek Orthodox church Morning, 'Bishop Darlington of Pennsylvania.' St. John's, Milwaukie Bishop Darst of Kast Carolina. !' THE DIOCESE Grace church. Astoria Bishop Faber of Montana. St. Pauls, Oregon City Bishop Lloyd of New York. St. Pauls. Salem Bishop Johnson of Colorado. Good Sam an" tan, Corvallis Bishop McElwain of Minnesota. Alt Saints, Hillsboro Bishop Mize of Kansas. . Grace church, St. Helena Bishop Moore of Texas. St, Marys. Eugene Dean Gresham of San Francisco. Calvary, Seaside Venerable Arch deacon Maltas of Kansas. OrXSIBE THE DIOCESE St., Lukes," Vancouver Bishop Mann of Florida. Vancouver Barracks, Vancouver. Wash. 10:30 a. m.. Bishop Brent of Western New York. St.. Lukes pro-cathedral. Tacoma, Wash.. Bishop Burleson of South Dakota. Trinity church, Tacoma. Wash. Bishop Root of China. Epiphany, Chehalis Bishop Tyler of North Dakota. Trinity. Seattle Bishop Stevens of Los Angeles. Al! Saints pro-cathedral, Spokane Bishop .Moaher of the Philippine Islands. ., MINISTERS TO MEET The Portland Ministerial association will hold a special session Mondav aft ernoon, September 11. at 1 :30. in the Y. M. C. A. auditorium. Bishop Wil ViamM of Detroit. Mich. : Bishop Roots of China and Dr. Edward Pence of Portland will be the speakers. These addresses will be of great interest and vrv rtrrvmbn In urer ti DttAr4 t Vi meeting. EASTSIDEBAPTIST KAST ' 50TH AND SALMON -WALTER BENWELL HIHSON, D. O. MINISTER BIBLE SCHOOL 9:SO A. ML 11 a. m. "rivE minutes after DEATH." T;4B . M. "THE RAPTURE AND THE REVELATION." :S6 r M. V. R. U. WEDNESDAY EVE. T:4S "RAUL'S GREATEST PARABLE." (East Merrlsen or Hawthorn At. Can) St. MARK'S CHURCH (Episcopal) flST AND MARSHALL STS. SUNDAY, SEPT. 10 Holy Eneharltt at 7:M, 7:M 11:00 A."M. At the High Celebration (11 o'clock) of the Holy Eucharist, the special preacher will be the Bt. Rev. Dr. Weller, the Bishop of frond da Lac. REV. W. R. EVERTON RECTOR First Congregational Church PARK HO MADISON STS. Broadway and IJ Cars to Block of Church. DR., McELVEEN PREACHES 11 A. M. "ADVENTURING FOR OOO AND HUMANITY" T94S P. M. POPULAR QUESTION 8ERVI0I ! Pt. McElveen answers three questions: 14 Mhould the Divorced Be Permitted to Remarry ? 2 Is, Herbalism Commended in the Old Testament Psalms? 8s Should the Chnrch Teach and Prac tice rHvine Heating? :S A. M. Church School. 1S:S0 IVokJen Bule Forum. H P. le. leader. ;S0 P. Nh The Two Christian "Endeavor i Societies. THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (WHITE TE3IFLE) TWELFTH AND TAYLOR STREETS flit P. M TWE7STT MIXrTE PRAISE SERVICE, led by Mr. William Mansell Wilder, who will use the new song book and both quartets. Special Features: Male Quartet. 'The Wayside Cross"; Duet, "When the Shadows Shall Flee": Baritone Solo, "Love I-lfted Me": Church Quartet. "The Good Shepherd." Dr. Villera speaks oa "A SONGFUL ' HEART." kits A. M. DR. VILLF.RS' TOPIC: "THE CHALLENGE OF THE OPEJf HOflR." Selections by the new quartet. "Appear, Thou Light Divine" and "The Comforter Came to My Soul One Day." Soprano ; Solo. "In the Garden." COME TO THE WHITE TEMPLE AN D LE ARN A NEW SONG TO J CHEER TOU OX IOIR WAY Hear LADIES, CONCERT SUNDAY At THE FIRST METHODIST CHURCH ; .TWELFTH AND TAYLOR STREETS Sunday School, 9:45. A. Mj -Morning Worship, 11:00 A. M. Children to 3Laise F Jfuncl to urcliase Haunch for Jiishop Children of Episcopal churches in Portland will have aj taste of General Convention Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at a special church school service. at The Auditorium. Each child in Portland Episcopal Sunday schools will j give a- birthday offering a penny for each year of age. These offerings will be taken to The Auditorium Sunday afternoon and presented to the Right Rev. Peter Trimble Rowe, missionary bishop of Alaska, in order thU he may have funds with which to purchase a new launch. The bishop needs ia launch in the Alaskan mission, asj he must visit many islands. The launch he had for man years was sunk recently, when it struck a rock. The service will be preceded by a musical practice serv ice in charge of Dear Peter C- Lutkin. Sunday night at Tlje Auditorium the nation-wide campaigii department will stage a mass meeting with special speakers. The service will be open to the public. Bible Classes Will Eesume Tomorrow The Portland Union Bible classes will begin their fall work tomorrow. Last season the .attendance numbered about 8000. representing about 14 evan gelical denominations and nearly 30 different local churches. It would seem from tilts' that the popular Ftudy of the Bible has not lost its interest for the Christian public. The teacher. Dr. B. B. Sutcliffe. thinks the attend ance will increase as: the classes have now a permanent home in Calvary Presbvterifin church, where all tlie sessions are held. There have been many express appreciation that the teaching excludes all hobbies as well as all denominational! differences. The studies for the fall months include : The Epistle to thei Galatians, f Sun davs at 3 :30 p. m. i The International Sunday school les sons. Mondays at 7;15 p. in. The use of the Bible in personal work, Mondays at 8p.-'m. The Book of Genesis. Tuesdays at 7 :45 p. m. . The Tabernacle. Wednesdays at 2 p. m. An hour for prayer, Thursdays at 7 :45 p. m. j, j LOSE THREE MINISTERS Corvallis. Sept. 9. -ioorvallls has lost three prominent ministers of the city during the past three weeks. Rev. J. P. Clyde of the Congregational church preaches his final Bermon next Sunday and then goes to Seattle to become as sistant to Superintendent Baird. cover ing Washington, Idaho and British Co lumbia territory. F$ev. J. E. Snyder srtd his family have gone to North Bend, where Rev. Mr. Snyder will organize a new Presbyterian church. He has served as pastor of the Pres bvterlan church during the past four years. Rev. L. M. Boozer, student pas tor of the same churich. is en route to Ames, Iowa, to becotne student pastor in the church there. ' IS 1 SPEAKS A" KELSO TOIko. Wash.. Sett. 9. Dr. F. F. Nalder. head of the general extension department of Washington State col- lege, will speak at the Kelso Presby terian church Sunday evening upon the subject of "Getting an Education." This church has an durational service every year when educational activities are stressed. I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Church I ALDER AT TWELFTH i HAROLD Leonard BOWMAN NORMAN Kendall TOLLY MINISTERS i 10:80 A. M, "The Buoyancy of the Human Spirit" 7:4S P. M. ! "The Blind Spot" DR. BOWMAN PREACHES First Spiritualist Church Chartered by National Spiritualista" Assn. CAST 7TH AND HASSALO STREETS SUNDAY Conference meetinE and messages. 3 p. m. Children's lyceum and Bible class, 4:4 5 p. m. . i Evening lecture, 8 o'clock; subject, '"Body, Mind, Spirit, Life." MR. J. WILLARD HILLS FASTOR Messages WIN Be Given by Mr. Hills and Mrs. Downs. OR AND CIRCLE NIGHT every Wednes day evenina. devoted entirely to messages. TONIGHT AT B O'CLOCK the Touns Peo ple's Kismet Club will give an- entertain ment and dance in. the church. Admis sion, inctudini refreshments, 35 cents. the I 1 COLUMBIA ORCHESTRA EVENING, 7:45 3mportant ews Advent Christian A service of more than passing in terest will be held tomorrow- morping at 11 o'clock at the Advent Christian church on Second street, between Hall and Lincoln streets. It is called. aa after-vacation service. The minister has sent out many pastoral letters and the various organizations are working with him to bring together a large number of members and friends of the church. The sermon text will be Neh. 4 :6. "So built we the walls : and all the wall was joined together unto the half thereof : for the people had a mind to work." The topic of the evening ser mon is. "The Meaning of the Messianic Demonstration." Baptist The Portland Baptist Ministers' con ference will resume its sessions at the White Temple Monday morning at 10:30. The special feature in the Praise service, with tlie new mag book and the two qqar tecs, at the First Baptist church, (White Temple) Sunday evening at 7:45 will be "The Wayside Cross" by the Reed organ male Quar tet; a baritone sole. "I.OTe I.irted Me"; dnet, "tVhen the Shadows Shall nee." and "The fiood Shepherd" by the ehnrrh auartet. Dr. Villera rpeaka on a "Sonifu! Heart." At the roornina service at 11 o'clock Dr. Villera preaches on "The Challenge of the Open Door." The. new church quartet will Rtne "Appear. Thou Lieht Divine" by Mor rison and "The Comforter Came to My Soul (me Day," by Nerin. Mrs. Marion Bennett Iuva. soprano soloist, will sing "In the Gar den," by Miles. ReT. T. ;. SJolander, pastor of the First Swedish Baptist church, ha returned from his vacation, part of which was spent with his brothers at Astoria and at the mouth of the Columbia in the salmon fisheries. He will orrujjy his pulpU at bjth services next Sun day. The trustees of the church were instructed to place the property now used for the serv ices of the church at 15th and Hoyt streets on the market, with a view to tile early rum mencement of building on the new loca tion recently purclmed near the ea-t nd of the Broadway bridge. Beginning with a home coming service to morrow morning at 11 o'clock. "Round-Vp week" will be hekl at the Arista Baptist church throughout next week. Entertain ments and ypecial services have been ar ranged. Cards bare been sent to all members of the church afking them to attend the services tomorrow mornii g with their families. The Kev. Owen T. Day, pastor, will speak on the theme. "Together." At 6:43 p. m. inter mediate and senior young peoples' rallies will be held. Special program have been planned. Special music, featuring an or chestra, has been aranged for the evening service at 7:30. Tuesday evening at 7:4 5 a get acquainted entertainment will be given by the women s society of the church, and on Wednesday eve ning at 8 an enlistment prayer service wiD be held. The young peoples' society and the intermediate and senior choruses will give DIRECTORY Thirteenth Sunday After Trinity UNIFORM SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSOfl -leaching lods 1-aw." Neh 8-1 (iolrtrn 'lent "Teach me. O Jehovah, the wao! r Th, ' statute-, and 1 shall keep it unto the end. ' H:3a- YOUNG PEOPLE'S TOPICS hrwtian Kndeavor''iodjS rommands and Our Obedience Fs. 11M 3 4- Epwortb laeue Institute tchoes. Mark 9 Zptet 1 nion'The Supreme ." Jesus.'' John 13:13; Horn. 10 S 15, Phu. -511 Baptist T Fr ATjr'."-'"1" Open l)or;'"7:45. "Songful Heart. ' East Bide E. 110 th at Baimon. J::. Mlfrr it "rive Minutes After Death. "Ts "The Uapture and the Kevelation. ar?oirfenner"Vl.,t"8eVltin 7 CoS': Sr "; 7 30. Fashion.. Ancent Ss'th are. at 4U st. . B.T. Tl4v its .tyrant. Bev Thomas. 11. "HaPPY Christians; 8. i. K. 'Pleas- '"VleneoK. 4 6th at Main. Kev. W. B. Stewart- 11, o. v Tacoma. Sellwood snnio, . - ----- Rev. V. S.'lnnneU. 11. 7-. J H Grift E. lu av m. elberry. 11. J 5. mian- Swedish lom - - der. 10 HO. 7, SO. , ,. 7 SkiuStt -t Al"r KeVValter . iV? lireat Thins Krom f;"cd and Attempt tireat Things Tor God; . "Tte lhmes Shaken ana t uii..v... Tahernacle K. 45th ave at 4.M St. 11, Tour Honr. ' hy W. P. Hansen Ln verMtj Park Drew st Ftska. Kev. U. sat- olivet (colored) Broadway st Everett. Rev. J. W- Anderson. 11, n. Ksv. E. A. lents asm il wv" Smith. It. . Key. Seconrt oerman nuul ' F. Hotiman. 11. 7 :. Italian Mission r- m f Eugen. t-antettl. 2:30. school: 8 Jciim Swedish B. 0th at Alberta. Key. Key. Harold Nelson. 2:30. Catholic, Cathedral 1 5th at Paris. Rev Georg. J. Campbell. . 7:16. o.do. 11.46. 11. t Peters L-enU. Ksv. J. P. O tTynn. -1 '?-j!!L-iiA ! Hhprmin Kev. J. O. Hugh 7:15. 8:30. 10 ;30 7 80 ht. nvuni xj- x McNsmee , 8. . 10. 11. ImmaculaU Heart of Mary Williams at SUnton! K.v. W. A. JJaiy. . . H. 7 Holy Kosary K. d at CUckamas. Kev. Arthur To-nley, U. P. . 7. . . 11. 7:30. u, K RHd at AUmeda. Kev. J. si. O'Karrell. . 10:30. 4. t. Andrews si. th at Alberta. Kev. Thomas Kiernan. 8, 10:30. 7 80. Tha Madeleine E. 24th st Siskiyou. Bev. Usorgs K. Thcmpson. . 7:3". . 11. Ascension K. 7Bth at, limuiii. lYanclscan rathers. 8, 10:30, 7 :o. Blessed Sacrament Mtrjland at Blandena. Kev. H. V. KellJ. . 8. 10 30. 7:80. Holy Cross 774 Bowdoin. Bev. C. Ray mond. . 10:30, 7 .80. St. Ignatius 3220 43d st. S. E. Jesuit Fathers. B :30. 8, 10:80. 7. tSt. Stephens E. 4 2d at Taylor. Kev. War ren A. Waitt. . 8. :15. 11. T:30. Holy Uedeemer Portland Wvd. at Vancou ver ave. Kev. I'. Bregenzer. C. 8. B. K. , 8. 10:80. 7:30. St Philip .Nen (PauUft lathers) '-t. 16th at Hickory, lit, at. 1 -erry. C. S. P. 7 :30. V, 10. SO. 4. Church of the Assumption S. (smith ave. at Newton. Bervita athers. . 8. 10:8, 7:80. Sacred Heart K. 11th at Center. Iter. Gregory Kobl. O. t- B. 8. lO SO. 7 :SO. St. Agatha K. 1 5th at Nebaltm. Kev. John Ctunmisky. S. lo 30. 7.311. 4st- Stanislaus (PoUsW MaryUnd at rail tog Kev. M-tusewaki. 8. 10 :30. 7:30. -St. Joseph (tiennant 15th at Cooch. Kev. Frowin Epper. 8. 10:30. 7:30. St. MM-nael (luiiani 4th at Mill. Kev. U. Bales ta. E. J. 8:80. 10:30. 7:80. St. Clares Capitol Hill. father Aioymius. O. M. 7:15. :15.. St. Charles IS. 83d at Alberta. Kev. 11: Wallae. 8, 10:80. All Saints K Stftb at Ulisna. He. Wil lis an Crania. 8. 10:80. S. fa tricks lth at Savter. Bev. Ctaaztsc U. Smith- Masses. 7. 8:80. 10. 7:48. 8u Birgitta's Chapel Llnnton - Glen Har bor, t Attended from St. Patricks.) 8:80 S. so. Ml Lao); of Sorrows E. 6-d at Wood stock. Kev. U. 17. ralln. 8. 141:46. 7:45. k St. Anthony Chapel 7022 4Lh ave. Be. G. M. Sntderbons. a. m. Holy rtmiir Chapel E. 17th at Bex. Key. G. ii Jfailu. :4S. ! OSPttttaM First Sunday services temporarily at the Lincoln kigb schooi. Park and Market streets. He. Harold Gntrts, pastor. 11. "Saence and the Higher life;" 7:4. "Ibe Religion ct the Home." East Side- 7C 12 th and Taylor. Be. W. S. Crockett- 11.- S. Chstrch of Christ Rodney and Knott. Bee. Joseph Boyd. . 11. 7:45. . Moots villa E. 7th and Glisan. Bee. J. E. Hoasana. 11. 140. Ktrn Park Rev. 1. F. Ghormiey. 11, Ttie Gleme ot the Chnrch;" EdticatioBal Day program at 7:45. St. Johns Central mnd Oswego. Be. U-r-tfart Jeawa. 11. S. Ingtewood E. 36tk at Etllings worth. Kev. W. K. lwa. :4. 11. T:30. SUwood E. Sth and Spokane. Bee. J. H Johnsos 11. 7:80.. Advent ChnsUae--488 3d. , Bee. George Armstrong. ,11. T:30. Christ tan ttelenea A Xeeaon- Sabject "SttbHanee." of Portland (5hurches and joung 72. a joint concert Thnrfday night at T :4 a. Oa 'riday nigtil the Sunday school rally will be held. ' The week will close Sunday. September 17. with (iwcial services. 8unday. September 24, will be rally day. Highland Bai.ttt church has b?en favored In securing the services of Mrs. C. O. Pot ter as its mu-ical director. For 1 7 years Mr.. I'ottef was dean of the Conservatory if slivoe at JicMuinville college, where she mite hers one of the outstanding deiartments iff tliat fiiMatauon. Before she came West she was engaged in higher institutions of learning in the Ka.-.t. Mrs. Potter luu had wide ex perience in directing glee clubs in concert work. For two year ahe was the director of the glee club of Colgate university. New York. The past year ahe has been with the Keystone academy, Pennsylvania, but has returned to the We-!t as she prefers it as a place of resi dence. Part of her time Airs. Potter will give to teaching vocal and instrumental music. Sunday morning Dr. W. B. Hinsoo. paftor of the East Side Baptist church. Ea 110th andj Salmon, will preach at 11 o'clock from the subject "Five Minutes After Death.'! The ordinance of believer's baptism will be ail ministered at the cloe of the service. Sunday evening at 7:45 Dr. Hinion s; theme will be "The Kaptnre and the Revelation,"" The public ia welcomed to all ot the services of this church. : The young people's meeting, which is held in the tower hall at 6:50 will be led by Jack Jordan!, whose topic will be "My. Favorite Book of the Bible." Miss Mildred ; 1'ratt. soprano, will sing "Jesus lorer of My :Soul." with violin obligato by Mrs. H. A. Hampton, and Miss Eva Pitman, acompanist. On Thursday evening will occur the an nual meeting of the teachers and officers of the Bible school. A dinner will be served at fi :30 followed ly a conference at ft i'clock. The Bible pchcbl has had an average attend ance of over 400 for the month of Aujruxt, which is considered very good for the va cation time. The goal is 1000 in out Bible school this year. The 700 mark as; nearly reached last year. " Christian The Rev. Harold H. Griffis will preach tomorrow both morning and evening in the Lincoln high school auditorium, where the First Christian church is now holding its Sunday : serv ices. In the morning worship at 11 o'clock the sermon will be for the spe cial benefit of young people leaving for college, the subject of' the discus sion being "Science and the Higher Life" The evening worship, beginning with sor.g service at 7:45, led by choru choir, will include a sermon on "The Heligicn f the Home." The musical program for thee meetings win be directed by I... Carroll Day. tlie special numbers being the anthem: "Now tlu- Day Is Over" (Speaks), the soprano solo, "The Sacred Place of Ahe Most Hlgh 'i iMir Dermid) by Eleanor Ixul: Stocktc-n. aind the baritone selectional "RecwSUional" (DeKoven) rendered by Paul E. Holm, whose solos . in the pat have always been received with great favorr The September meeting of the Woman's Mi-icnary society will be an all-day gathering at the ciuniry heme of Mrs. J. M. Wells, near Milwaukie. "China the Marvelous and Mys- OF CHURCH First 19th and Everett- 11, 8. Second E. 6th at Hollsday. 11, 8. Third E. 12th at Salmon. II; 8. Krnrtli Vancouver at Kmerson. 11, 8. Fifth 62d and 42d ave. S. E. 11. Sixth Pythian tempie. 38 Tamhill.: 11,8. Seventh -Smith ave. and New Tork. 11. . All chnrchea Wednesday. 8 p. m. Congregational ' Firs-t Park and Msdiwn. Dr. V. T Me Elreen. 11, "Adventunng tor jod and Hu manity;" 7:45, quefcticms and answers. Sunnride E. 32d and Taylor. Dn ' J. J. Staub 11, 7:45. Atkinsm Memorial E. 29th and Everett. Kev. K. K. Flint- 11. 7:46. Highland E. 8th and Preseott. Kev. Ed ward "onjtant. 11, "A Witness for the His toric Faith; ' 8, "The VaJue of lecisive Ac tion." i Waverteigh Heights E. 83d and Woodward. Kev. OMver P. Avery. 11, "The Investment of Life: H. ! I-aurelwood 45th ave. and 65th at. S. E. 7:45, community song service. Pilgrim Missouri and Shaver. Bev. James W. Price. 11. University Park Haven at Iximtard st Kev. J. Sinclair (supply). 11. 8. Finnish Mason and Albina. Bev. j A. A. Harju. 8 and 8 p. m. St. Johns 8. Ivanhoe and Richmond. Rev. D. Elmer Nourse. 11.7 .80. Danish-Norwegian Mi. 23d and Sumner. 11. 7:3(1. , First German Ebenezer E. 7th and Stan ten. Kev. George Zocher. 10:30, 7:80. Second German E. 8th and Skidmora. Rev. Henry Hagelgans. 10:30. 7:30. ; Zion German E 9th and Fremont.: Re. J. M. Hopp. 11. 7:80. Alameda Park Community E. 81st and Mslen. Kev. Robert Alllngham. ll:lS, "The Glorious Gospel of the Son ot God." Dunkard Church of the Brethren Borthwick and Brainard. Bev. J. U. O. Stiverson. 11, T. 8, episcopal 8L Stephens Pro-Cathedral 13th and Clay. Bight Bev. Walter Taylor Sumner, bishop. lr. Horace M. Kam.ey. dean. 7:45t com munion: :4 5, 11.' rreaching by Bishop An derson; 7:45, preaching by Buhop Lawrence of Massachusetts. j Trinity 18th and Everett He. IA. A. Mcrnson, rector. 11, preaching - by 'Bishop Tuttle: 8, preaching by Bishop Manning. St. Davids E. 12 th and Belmont. Re. Thomas Jenkins, rector. 7 :30, communion: 11. communion and preaching by Bishop Manning : 7 :30, preaching by Bishop Charles I). Wtlliam.v St. Marks 21st and Marshall. 7:30. 11, preaching by Bishop Weller. St. Philips 242 Kussell. 10, 11, preach ing by Bishop Hulse; H- St. Andrews Hereford st., Portsmouth. Re. John 1J. Kice. 8. 11, preaching by Bishop Keese; 7:SO. Grace Memorial East 17th and Wetdler. Kev. O. . Taylor. 11. preaching by Bishop Shaylor: 7:45, preaching by Bishop La Moth r. St. Michaels and All Angels E. 43d and Broadway. Kev. T, T. Bowen. 8, 11, preach ing by Bishop Longley; 7 :3. Church of Oar Savior 90th ave. and 41st rt. S. E. Archdeacon J. C Black in charge. lo, 11, Preaching by Kishop Mct'ormickj: 7 :8U. Bishop Morris Memorial Good Samaritan hospital. Rev. J. G. Hatton. 7, 9:30 a. m. .St. Paul Woodmerg. Rev. Oswald W. Taylor. 4pm ! St. Johns Memorial 15th' and Harney. Meiiwoci. Arrhdt-acon J. . Blffck in 10. 11. preaching by Bishop ingley: cfuirge. 5. St. Matthews Corbett and Bancroft: Bev. r . H. f lars, vicar. Bishop Brenster. 10. 11, preaching by Good Shepherd Vancouver and Graham. Kev. John Kawson. rec-UT. 7:30, 11, preach ing by Bishop Talbot. Mission of St. John's Rickner's hall Re. John D. Rice, vicax. 2 and 8 p. m. St. Peters Chapel E. 80th and jtnkeny. 10 a. ra St. James Chapel E. 7 2d st. and 87th ave 10. 7:30. Church of the Transfiguration E. 60th and IHvision. 8. Eorharnt; 3. EvanaoixrJ East Market Street K. 6th and Market. Ret. Ezra Maurer. 11. 7:30. Clay Strrti 10th and Clav. Bevi Jacob Stocker. 10 45. 8. Saredish Tabernacle N. 17th and GUaan. Rev. C. J. 1-din. 10:30, 7:80. Swedish Free- Missonri and Sumner). Re. George E. Bostrum. 11, 7:30 (English). West Port land Multaouah siaticn. 11, 7:30. Lents Kev. r. B. Coter. 11, 8. Free Methodist First E. th and Mill. Kev. J. T. Taylor. 11, 8. Central E. 65th and rianders. Kel. r. L. Burns. 11. 8. Alberta E. SOth and Wygant. Be". B. J. Yates (supply). 11. 8. St. Johns K. KiehiBond and Hodscii. Be. S. Welter. 11. 8. Lents Bev. O. .V. Blair. 11. 7:80. Friends First E. 35th and Main. Rev. Cheater A. Hadley. 11. 7:45. Second 9 2d s and 61st ave. 8. X. Be, r. J. Cope. 11. 7:80. West Piedmont Borthwick and Jessup. Be: Carey Jesup. 11. 7:80. Jewish rtngregaaovi Beth Israel (Reformed)! 12th and Main. Rabbi Jonah B. Wise. Rafeal and sermons in EncLah. Services Friday 8, p. as.; Saturday, lt M i. m. I Concreaation Abaai Sbolom Park and Clay its. RsbW N. B. Krueger. Friday. 8 p. m. ; Saturday, 8:30 a. m. " Congregation Novah TSedes: Talmnd Vorak c.th and Hall. liev. .Abraham L ssasenerana. Friday. S p. m. Satnnlay. at a. as, Sunday. 1 a. nv licligum school. . Latter Day stabile ! Chnrch of Jesus Climt of Latter Day Saints SSta end Madison. Hebcr C Iverson. aoission president. 10. 8:30. ; . Reorganised Chnrch of Jesua- Chrnt SY Tta and Irving. C E Jones, elder. XI terions" will be the subject of stady period, the- program being in charge of Mrs. BnUi Livingstone. At the Kern Park Christian church. 46th avenue and 69tth at. Dr. J. F. Ghormiey will speak at- 11 a. m.. taking for his theme "The iiiones of the Church." Educational day will be -observed at the evening service. Professor S. Y. Ball of Franklin high echtol will apeak on "High School and Collece Preparation for Life's Tasks." Special" music under the direction of Mrs. May Vail Blllins ley. Congregational "Adventuring for God and Human ity" Is Dr. W. T. McElveen's topic at the First Congregational church for Sunday morning. At the popular Sun day evening question and answer serv ice the minister will answer three questions : Should the divorced be per mitted to remarry? Is barbarism com mended in the Old Testament Psalms? Should the chttrch teach and practice divine healing? Mra. F. B. Xewton, organLt. will preface both services with brief organ preludes. Her evening program includes "Audante Cantabile" (Tcur-.) "Andante Maestcse" (Sullivan). On Monday evening the executive council of the church will meet in the pastor's study. On Tuesday evening there will be a rehearsal of the playlet by Mrs. Carrie B. Adam en titled "The Heal Jubilee." Thursday evening Dr. MrElteen will give, the third of his illus trated lectures in the series "Around the WoDd in 30 Minutes." Miss Elma Hehwadt is the lecturer at the church school Sunday morning. 8 ike will show and explain 39 choice pictures of Dr. Henry Van Dyke's "The Other Wise Man." "Thou Shalt Not Steal" is the toric to be discussed at the Golden Jtnle forum in the pastor study at 12:80 o'clock Sunday noon under tlie leadehip of Herbert Poyiell Ie. Misa Dorothy Huhn is the leader of the intermediate Christian Kndearor srxiety and Miss Lillian Strand is the leader of the Senior Christian Endeavor society on Sunday evening. Boih societies meet at 8:80 o'clock. Twenty-five of the boys of the church school enjoyed a trip to Seaside and Astoria, where they gave two concerts, last Sunday and Mon day, under the leadership of Elmer Perkins. William Klein was the bugler of the chorus These boys are members of the pilgrim chorus and in a few weeks will sing at the Sunday evening service Dr. J. J. Staub of Sunnyside Congrega tional church will preach at both services Sunday. The chorus choir, directed by Pro fessor J. Hollingworth, will resume its work The anthem will be: "O for a Thousand Tongues" (Lerman) : aojo, "I Walk Alone With God" (Abbott), Jacob Ferguson. Rcb ert E. Millard will play a flute solo, "Souve nir Des Alps" (Boehm) for the offertory. The: ma Dudrow and Is Fergucn will jead an echo meeting of the recent C. E. cenvenr tion held at Columbia City. rladys Morgan Farmer will resume her delightful pre-aervice organ recitals at 7:45. She will piay "Sketch es of the City" Hiordon Balch Nevin) includ ing "The City From Afar Off." "On the Ave nue," "The Grandmother." "Urchins Whist ling in the Street," "The Blind Man." "In Busy Mills" and "Evening." The evening anthem will be "No Shadows Yonder" and a duet "They ShalJ Hunger No Irr,-" by Isa Ferguson and Bertha Freiheit, b-rtii taken from "The "Holy City" (Gaul). Dr. Staub's sec SERVICES IN Lutheran St. Jime W. Park and Jefferson. B William E. Brinkman. 11. "The Church the Servant of All"; 7:45. "The Greatest Bless ing." ; St. Paul East 12th and Clinton. Re. A. Krause. 10:30, 7:30. Trinity ( Missouri synod) Rodney and Ivy -Rev. J. A. Rimbacb, 10:15, German; 7 :30.; English. Church for Deaf Rodney and Ivy Re. X. A. B. Beyer. 2 30. Our Savioi' iE. 10th and Grant. Rev. M. A. Christensen. 11 (Norwegian). Betljehem 14th and Davis Bee. H. Thorpe. 11. 8. Bethel Norwegian (Free) Wygant and Rodney. Rev. I. Tollefsen. :45. 11. 7:45. Grace English (Misouri Synod) E. 24t and Broadway. E. H. Bernhard. 11, 3:30. Bethany Danish iCvangehcal Union and Morris. Rev. R. Rasmuasen. 10. 11. St. Johns Peninsula and KUp trick Re. L. Ludwig. 10:45, 7:30. Swedish Augustana Stanton and Rodney. Re. V. G. Ogren. 10:45, 7:48. Immanuel 19th and Irving. Bev. A. V. Anderson. 11. 8. Portsmauth Lovely and Fortune. Kev. 8. C. R. Knuuon. 11, 7:45. Zion Evangelical (Missouri Synod) Chap-: man and Salmon. Rev. H. H. Koppelmann. ;15. 10:15, 7:45. Immanuel (Missouri Synod) E. 15th and Leo. Rev. II. C. Ebeling. 10:30. German service; 7:30. English -service. Church of the Redeemer (English) E. 18th north and Wyeant. School 10, service 11- - Finnish 179 Fargo. Rev. A. Salmiuen. 10. Sunday school; 7, service. Methodist Episcopal Carson Heights Eighth and Hume. Rev. G. S. Brown. 10. Centenary-Wilbur E. th and Pine. Dr. Charles MacCaughey. 11, "The Significant Sanctification " ; 7:45. "Nothing Higher Thau This." i.'entral Vancouver and Fargo. Bev. A. R. Maclean. 11. 8. Clinton-Kelly E. 4 0th and Powell. He. E. S. Mace. ll. Epwcrth 26th and Savier. Re. Frank L. Moore. 11. 7:30. Errol Heights Darlington ball. Sunday school. 11:15a.m.- First 12th and Taylor. Dr. B. Earla Parker. 11. 7:45. First Norwegian-Danish 18tJ and Hoyt. Rev. F. A. Rcarrie. 11, 8. German Bodney and Stanton. Bev. F. A. Schumann. 10:45, 7:30. Hoyt St. 15th and Hoyt. Re. E. E. Hertaler. 11. 7:30. lrvington Community E. 27th at Fremont (public school auditorium). Kev. C. C. Kanck. 9:46, 11. Laurelwood E. 83d and Foster. Re. F. E. Finley. 11, 7:30. Lenta 86th st. and 68th ae. Rev. F. R. Sibley. 11. 7:30. Lincoln E. 5 2d and Lincoln. Re. W. Ni Byars. 11, sermon by Frances Jone. returned missionary; 7:30, combined Epworth League and church service. Linnton Robert M. Gatke. 11, 7:30. i Montavilla E. 80th and Pine. .Rev. F. A4 Glnn. 11. 8. Mt. Tabor E. 61st and Stark. Re. D. 1 Fields. , 11. 7:30. Pa I ton Alberta and Michigan. Rev. George; H. Bennett. 11.7 :30. Pioneer East Charleston and Leonard. RerJ W. E. Kloster. 11. 7:30. j Kose City P-.rk E. BKtn and Alameda. Rev. C. W. Huctt. .11. "Faith Healing "; 8,: Hustlers' club in charge. ) Sellwood -E 15th and Tacoma. Guy Fiteli Phelps. 11, 7:30. Whitney Boys' chorus in charge. i Sunnyside E. 35th and TamhiU. Rev. Ti H (Jallagher 11. 7:45 ., j Swedish Beech and Borthwick. Re. Oj E. Kallatedt. 11. 7:30. English service. University Park Fiske and Lombard. Ke4 H. T. Atkinson. 11. 8. i Vancouver Ave. Norwegian -Da rush 8VM- raore. at Vancouver. Kev. Gustav A. Storaker, 11, 7:30. Westmoreland Milwaukie and Midway. Kev, E, S. Jdsce. 7 :45. sermon y the iiestor. WoodstBck E. '44th and Woodstock avei Rev. Walton Skipworth. 11. 7:80. Wuodlawn F.. 10th Bear Durham ave. Rei J. H Irvine. 11,8. . African Zicn 417 Williams ave. Re. L Aj Moore. 11. 7:30. Bethel African Larrabee at McMillen. Bev; A. K. Fox. 11, 8. Japanese 87 X. 16th. Re. 8. Uemura. 10. 11. 2. M. E. South First. Union and Multnomah. Tie v. J. B. Harris. 2 :30. "The Chart and Compass of Life." Mrj. J. Jeter; 11 and 7:45. Bev. Ji Jeter. Nagarene ' First 12th at Maim Re. D. Band FierceJ 11, "A God Who SUH Works Wonders"; 7:45 "Prepare Xe the Way." Sellwood E. 16th at Spokane. Be. J. G, Brinadale. 11. 7:30. Brentwood 65th ave. and 87th at. S. E. Be S. Ludlow. 11. 7:30. Highland Park E! 14th and 'Jarrett. Rev. Mack CanUL 11, 7:30. ; Presbyterian . i FirsV 12th at Alder. Dr. M. U. Bowman and Re. N. K. Tolly. 10:30, "The Buoyancy of the Human Spirit"; " 45-, "Tito Blind siwt. Westminster East 17th and Schuyler. Dtv Edward H. Pence. 10:30, 7 :SO. Central E. 13th and Pine. Dr. W. H. Na-grct- 11. - ! Calvary 11th-at Clay. Be. B. B. But eliffe. 11. "Why Christ Came Into the Work!";. 3:30. "His Less) it ni a Place in Christtantty." - . ; Mt. Tabor E. 55t! and Betanont. Bev; Ward W. MacHenry, 11. Vernon E. 1 9th and Wygant. Be. J. O. Uergler. 11. ?:30. Piedmont Cleveland and Jarre tt- l'.e, J. Francis Morgan. lljBonght and Fo4d'."i T ;30. "The World a Greatest Fraternity." , ' - Foorth First and Gibba. lie. Monroe O. Fverett- 10:30, "FnU Allegiance'; 7f80, "The Gospel and Human LIe." p- people s Societies ond address on the general theme "Modern Social. Reiigiows. and Political Conditions in the Light of God's Work." will be "A CaU for the Faith ' of Oar Fathers." The Men league will meet Tuesday evening, with an ex cepttoaally good program. Including selections by a male chorus. All arer invited. Mia Grace E. Breck, a member of this -church, now on furlough from her missionary work in Paotingfn. Chins, will address a -Joint meeting of the four mtwionary circles next Ttrarsdsy evening at 7:45 o'clock. Heads of department are busy arranging programs for the fall and winter in the Ala meda Park Community church. ..This church is honestly endeavoring to put the purpose and spirit of the First .Centnry Christian church into the twentieth centnry. It believes it not only can be done, but that it must be done. One of it departures from ancient custom is its schedule of Sunday services: First, tlie church school at 10. specializing the children and in appropriate lessons; sec ond, the hour of worship and sermon, main ly for adults; third, the two-hour program from 7 .30 to :30 for young people. In this program all hare a chance distinctly their own and themes and program fit ! into the needs and experience of the .separate groups. The pastor preaches Sunday on "The Glorious Gospel of the Son of jd." Mrs. Eloise Hall Cook, soloist; Mrs. Walter H. .May. pianist. Full activities resume on Sunday at High land Congregational church. The Sunday school, under direction of M. R. Stuart, is laying plan for rpecial and systematic work so as to increase the educational value of the work done. Pastor Constant preaches in the morning on "A Witness for tlie Historic Faith" and in the evening he speaks on "The Value of Decisive Action." Mrs. Van Groso will be the soloist for the day. The ladies will hold heir opening missionary meeting for the season Wednesday afternoon. Atkinson Memorial Congregational church will hold all regular services tomorrow. The Sunday school will open at 0:45 with tlie regular fall registration and classification of pupils. The Women's association will hold its first meeting of tlie year at the home of Mrs. E. E.: Flint. 98 7 East Flanders. Circ'e No. 3 in charge of til social hour. Tlie Missionary vrogram will be in charge of Mrs. Charles Gabler and Mrs. Atlanta Allyn, subject "Af rica." ' " ; Thursday evening a "Worker's Conference'' will be held at tlie church to confer upon plans and work for tlie coming year. Church audi troium, 7.4D. Episcopal At the 11 o'clock service in Trinity church, Sunday morning. the Rt. Rev. Daniel Sylvester Tuttle. who is beloved by all who near him, will be the preacher. There will be special music by the large vested choir. In the evening Rt. Rev. W. T. Manning, bishop of New York, will preach. Or ganization will take place In the Sun day school at 9 :45 a. m. Plans for the year will be discussed. ' Sunday will be a big day at St. Davids Parish church. Beginning at 7 a. ra. the holy rrmmunion will be celebrated by th Iter. Henry Kussel Talbot, former rector. At 7 :30, Bishop (Juin of Texas will be celebrant (Concluded on Page Five, Column Three) PORTLAND F -nil worth E. S4tb and Gladstone. Ttvr' 1 K. Grimes. 11, "A Christian's. Power" J 7:30. "Helping and Hindering." Hot-p 7Sth and Everett Re. J. A. Smith. 11.. 7:45. Rose City E. 45th and Hancock. Re Donald W. M. MacCluer. 11. Forbes Grabaan ai uantenbein. Rev. Lloyd R. ( 'arrick. 11.. Trinity: Virginia and Nebraska. Re. John D. McLennon. 11. 7:80. Anabel 56th and 87th ave. Bev. John M. Paiton. 11. 7:30. Millard Avenue 55th ave. and 73d st. Dr Kenry White. 11. "Where Life's Lessons Are learned '; 7:30, by Rev. Percy A. Smith of Japan. suspah E. 19th and Division. 11, preaclv ing y Kev. J. i. McFarlane. Miipah E. 19th and Davison. 11 Unity E. 7 1 st and Sandy. Re. 8. W. See, iriann. "The New Testament Ideal Church"; 7:4S, "Like the Pattern." Arbor Lodge Bryant and Curtis. Rei Alerander R. Evans. 11. 7 :SO. . Moreland-Sellwood Community House E." 15th at Spokane. Rev. W. S. McCullagh. 11, 7 :30. Grange" Hall 82d and Division. Be. E. R. D. Hollensted. 8 p. in. - , Holt Chinese 4th end Burnside. 7 and 8 p. m. i Reformed Evangelical 10FJtlr12th ml Clay. Kev. G. Hafner. second E. 83d and Columbia hlvd. 11. Third LenU Rev. F. Lienkaemper. (German) ; 8, (English). 11. Reformed Presbyterian First Minnesota and Ainsworth. Be. F D. Fraxer. 11. 7:30. Seventh Day AdventlrU Note Regular- services of this denomination are held on Saturday. Central E. 11th and Everett. A. B. Bell minister. 9:4-5. 11:45. Tabernacle 6th and Montgomery. E J Hibberd. minister. 10. 11. Montavilla E. SOth and Everett. 1. A Gerhart. 10. 11. Lent 4th st. and 68th ave. D. J. Chfl- wuoa. in, li. S.fi ihs-Central ave. and Charleston. J. M. Meiklejohn. 10. 11. Albina fikidmoie and Mallory. Elder John Isaac. 10. 11. Scandinavian 6 2d street and 39th avenue. Andrew Johnson, lo, n. Salvation Army . Cret, Va- ! 243 Ash st. Commandant A. T. Pitts. 11. 3, 8. .OTV No- 4. 128H 1st. Ensign Jessie Millar and Captain Mrs. U Upton. 11, 8. 8. Spiritualist Pirt E. 7th at Hassalo. Rev. J. W. Hills. .8. . Guiding Sttr 40 Alder. Kev: F. Lv Ingram. 11. 3:30. 4:30 to 7. 8, lecture. The Mystic Church of Bethseda 409 Alder, Rev. W. W. Aber. 8, messages and a physical demonstration. The Independent Bible Spiritualistic So ciety '55 E. 47th. Kev. Ida M. Sehori. 8. The Personal Message -312 Central build ing. C. W. Shaw, pastor. 8. lecture and messages. Swedenberolan c New Christian Portland hotel assembly room. Rev. William R. Reece. 11. "The Re turn of the Prodigal. Unitarian Chwreh of Our Father Broadway and Tstn- hfll. Rev. William C. Eliot Jr. 10:30. United Brethren Conference Superintendent Re. G. E. Mc Donald. 8 E. 18th st. First E. 15th and Morrison. Re. Bymn J Clarke. 11. "The Greatest Service"; 7:45. "Light at Evening." becoud E. 27tH and Sumner. Bev. Ira Hawley. 11, 8. Tlurd 7th at and 82d ave. S. E. Rev. E. O. Shepherd. 11. "Loyalty to Christ"; 8, "The Valley of Decision.'' Fourth 62d, ave. at 70th ft. S. E. Be. B Hws Evans. 11, 8. Cloverdale (Old Constitution) 446 Jessup. Bev. Walter Reynolds. 10. 11, 6:80, 7:30. United Evangel lea I First E. 16th and Poplar. Bev. C. P. Gates. 11. 7:30. Ockley Green Willamette Blvd. and Gay Be. A. B. Schmallei 11. 7:30. St. John's Ivanhoe and John: Be. H, H. Farnham. 11. 7:30. Unites! Presbyterian First E. 37th and Hawthorne. Be. H. F. Given. 11. 7:80. Church ot the Strangers Grand ' ave at Wasco. Bev. S. Earl Du Bois. 10:30. Kenton Chatham and Lombard. Re. Carl Scott Dunn. U.S. Lions crab' in charge. - Multnomah Multnomah Station. Be. David Steele Sharp. 10. 11, 6:45. 7:30. Mtsdona Christian and Missionary Alliance E- 9th and Clay. Be. John E. Fee, 41. 7:30. Apoxtohe Faith tith and Bornside .treets. Kev. Florence Crawford and K ; K. Crawford. 10:30. 2:30. 7:30; daily 7:18. Pentecostal Assembly 112 First. Be. Will C Trotter. 11. 3, S. Volunteers of America 224 Burnside. Eve nings except Monday, 8; Sunday 8, 8. Bible Standard 162 Second, Be. Fred llornshah. 10:3(1. 2 30 and b. Miscellaneous Church of Gwi 363 Failing. Re. H. A. Schlatter. 11, 7:45. ReaKaaUoa Igue 14S 13th. Be. H. Edward- Mills. 11, 8. - Divine Science 816 E. Clay, Bee. T. M. Minard. 11, "Lsfe." Personal Message Church tl Central bldg- S. W. Shaw. 8. 8. 4 Greek Orthodox E. 17th and Clinton. Rev. B. A. Keraniefc 9. school; lo, preaching by Bishop DerHogten. . Christadelpbian 712 E. 24th St. TsT. 11. 1 Society e.f Spreading the Knowledge of True Prayer 40 S lleidner bide. Monday. 8 p. m. "Lile Fiideratood" ; Toesday, 2UIU p. to. 4 8cndinavianv Holiness Free 64th st. and 88th are. Kev. H. D. Jacobeon. 10, 11, 7:45 lEnrusbli . I Tfaeoaoptucal Society 819 Central bide 8 u. as. .. Jftorwcgian iianisJ iHeCeConlerence to ccur this SlHcek Norwegian-Danish Methodist Episco pal clergrymen and laymen from every chnrch in that denomination on the Pacific Coast will gather In Portland during: the coming: "week for-their an nual conference. The meeting: will be held at the Vancouver Avenue Norwegian-Danish M. K- church of whicn the Rev. Gustav A. Storaker is pastor. Bishop Charles "Wesley Burns of Mon tana will preside. ' The program fol lows : ' Tuesday. September 19 Evening at 8. reception. Wednesday, September SO 9:00 to 12.00 Conference session. Bishop C. W. Burns, D. D. 2:15 Conference sermon by Be. F. A. Scsrvie and E. Andersen. 3 : 1 5 Address by tiie representative of the board of deaconesses. " 7:3(1 --Song service. j 8:00 Sermon by the Re.- Melvin Olsen. Thursday, September 21 2:lo Missionary sermon by Be. John elsen. 3:15 Women's Foreign Missionary society and Woman's Home Missionary society. 7:30 Song service. 8:00 Address by Bishop Charles W. Burns. D. D. Friday, September 22 9:00 to 12:O0 Conference session. 2 : 1 5 r-Addresa by the representative of the Board of Home Mission. 3 : 1 5 Address, Temperance. 7 :30 Song service. a T:45 Greetings from Denmark. Re. A. Christensen: 8:1 5 Sermon by Rev. R. B. Tangness. Saturday, September 23 - 0:00 to 12:O0 Conference. 2:15 Address by the representative of the Bosrd of Epworth. 3:15 Foreign mission. 4:13 Greetings from Norway, August Peterson. 8:30 Alumni banquet. .Sunday, September 24 0:45 The Love Feast, Kev. C. N. Hauge. 10:45 Sermon by the Bishop. 2:30 Ordination sermon. Bishop. 7:00 Toung ' People's meeting, Bev. Don Hossel. 8:00 Sermon by Rev. H. S. Haver. Cross Is Memorial To Former Chaplain There has just been placed above the chapel of St. Helens hall a large wrolight iron cross of Flemish design and exquisite workmanship, as a me morial to the late Rev. W. S. M. Breck. who was for almost twenty years the devoted chaplain-of St. Helen's hall. It is a fitting-, memorial to a man who possessed that rarest of combinations, freedom from self, courage and power to love, and of whom it has been said : "He belonged to the whole town." The cross stands six feet high and is a copy of one from the Cathedral of Contre, France. K ' PASTOR GIVK FAREWELL , llidgefield. Wash.. Sept. 9. About 80 memoeru ana irlends of the Ridgefleld Community church tendered its re signing pastor, the Rev. George V. Mc Olure and family, a farewell reception Tuesday night at the church annex. where a dirmer was served and an im promptu program -was given. Rev. Mr. McClure. removing here from Ore gon, has occupied the pulpit for over two jears and will take a pastorate of tne Columbia Congregational church at Seattle. They left this place for Seattle Thursday afternoon. ST. STEPHEN'S BRO-CATHEDRAL 1JTH A"D CLAY STREETS SEKVICES 7, 7 :30 and 11 A. M.. 7 :45 P. M. 11:00 A. M. " PREACHER THE RIGHT REV, ' CHARLES P. ANDERSON, D. 0. BISHOP OK CHICAGO 7:45 P. M. PREACHER - THE RIGHT REV. WILLIAM LAWRENCE, 0. D. BISHOP OF NA1SSACHCSETT8 Calvary Presbyterian Church ELEVENTH AND CLAV ST8. Dr. B. B. Sutcliffe, Pastor 11 A. M. "Why Christ Came' Into the World" , 3:30 P. M. "Has Legalism a Place In Christianity?" DR. SUTCLIFFE speaks at both services. LECTURE SUBJECT Ve Shall Know the Truth and the Thuth Shall Make Ve Free By W. L. OUCEV SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, S f. M. THEOSOvHICAL HALL, 802 Central 10th and Alder rCBLIC CttftDIaLLY 1.VV1TKD -Inquirers' class. Thursday, Sept. 14, S P. M. Subject, "Reincarnation and Karma" THE Portland Union Bible Classes DR. B. B. SUTCLIFFE, Teacher Epistle to the Galatians. ... ...... Sundays, 3:30 P. M. International S. S. Lessons . . The Bible in Personal Work. . The Book of Genesis. The Tabernacle ........ INTERDENOMINATIONAL All Sessions CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS THE CRYING OF THE WORKERS THE HOWLING OF THE RICH . t - .... " A dJseassloa of sreadltloss " betweea labor asd capital ' from, a proslietle viewpolBt. THE PBESEST WORLD UHRERT ASD ITS EEMEDT HEAB r W, A. BAKER T'ader the Aaeplces of the lateraaltosal Bible Htadeats Association Sunda 8 IV M., W. 0; W. Temple " '- KleTeath Street Between IVaihlsgton had. Aider .; ? Seats Free Tos Art Welcome A - " . "2To Collsetlsm L' j. HEADS TO MEET Multnomah County Sunday ex-hoof workers will gather in annual conver Uon next Monday night and ill da; Tuesday at . the First Baptist' churcl (White Temple). 13th and Taylo ; streets. L. R Marvin, county presU dent, mill preside. A novel feature of this conventtoi ' will be special music to be furnishtx by a large orchestra composed of th Sunday school mvsicians from vartou , churches of the city, Ths orchestri has been . drilled for the occasion b. Robert Louis Barron, choir leader m' Centenary-Wilbur Methodist church. , SO-minute recital will be given Mom day and Tuesday rigrhta as a preludi; to the event ng mass meetings. Th congregational singing will be led b Dr. Earl R. Abbett of Kose City Part; Methodist church. . ' " The' annual banquet will be Riven it, the basement of, the church at 4 p. rr Tuesday, A mock trial; of a Sunda j school teacher on a charge of f allur to seize nia opportunities ana live up to his responsibilities, will feature th! hour. A potluck luncheon will also held at noon. ' i ) Although the convention is planne to be of material assistance to Sunda school teachers In. any of the! Protest ant churches, ' other persons will welcomed to the sessions. The program follows : Monday, September 11 7:3(1 p. m.. Orchestra. 8:00 p. m. Devotions br the Kev. R Close, executive, secretary ; of the Portlan Council of Churches: special music b th 'Genuine Uospel Team: address, " r. venereum; in the Sunday school" br Ir. Thotaaa J.- Ti f lers. pastor of the Kirst Baptist church. : I Tuesday, SeptemtMr f I 10:00 a. m. Devotional service led b, the Rev. W. 8. Crockett, pastor, of the Ea-j Side Christian church : address, "The Pnu 1 bilities of the Cradle Rotl" by Mrs. B. Ks I-tuRois : discussion : eddreea, ' "The Hoeae li partment in Action" by the Rev. A. J. Waij otOtefon City; discussion. ; . 3 12 p. in. Potluck " lunch followed by ope ' discussion on "How to Observe Decision Day Discussion led by the Rev. H. F. tilven, pes tor of the First Cnited Presbyterian church. H 1 :S0 p. m.i-Sonc service; address, "Rail Day in the Sunday Kchool" by A. K. Iarimf of the T. U. C. A. ; address, "Is Bunds, School Music a Failure T" by Dr. J. W. Mm Michael of .Westminster Presbyterian churcl 2 :S0 p. m.Businesa session, rncluding rt . ports of committees and county officers. ' 8H)0 p. m. Debate: Resolved, "That th; Sunday School Superintendent is in a Rut; Affirmative by the Rev. J. B. Harris of tH First Methodist chnrch. South and Mrs. M. 1 Meaehen of the First Christian church. Neat tive by A. F. BRtner. reliaious , education) director of Westminster Presbyterian rhurc and Mrs. E. O. Shepherd of the Third Vntte Brethren church. Open . discussion to follow. 4:00 p. m Address: "The -Real Mission r the Scripture" by Dr. J. J. Staub, pastor . Sunnyside Cortcrecational ebureb. ' I 0:O p. m.-T Banquet and mock trial c5 Sunday schooi teacher. Dr. Norman K. Tull presidinc. Dc. tieorye II. Tourfs. proaecuUn attornev: the Rev. H. F. Given, defense a- tome ; and B. A. Thaster.j representing Sunday school. 7:30 p. tn. Orchestra. 8 :00 n. m.SmiE service led by Dr. Ea- R. Abbett: installation of officers: solo b Mrs. K. M. Kunyan; address, "Inspiration f the Scriptures" by the Rev. J. B. Hsrrl pastor of the Firsts Methodist church. South. iLu -' yum L-iJ. ; , i i . "i 'V Centenary Wilbur Methodist Church I MORNinO "THE SiaNlFICANT SANC TIFICATION." EVEMINO "MOTHIHO HIQHEB THAN THIS." The evenins service will feature another f - the popular Community Sines. Off. McCAUOHEY J Writ Preach at Both. Services The Touns People have a sreat.' aerviea at 6:15., j . EAST NINTH AND PINK Special Revival AT THE New Apostolic Faith Mission Corner Sixth aad Barssids Ate. Congregational Insrlnsr lad by A t nM.hAaa ' finlBl .ttumluH by male, mixed and ladies' quartets., Services Rundsy: "10:80 A. M., 2 :30 and 7 :30 P. M. Every evening, 7:45. , l ' . "The Mission With a Vital Message?', . . . . Mondays, 7:15 P.;M. .. '. .Mondays, 8:00 P. M. . . .Tuesdays, 7:45 P. M.' .Wednesdays, 2:00 P. M. NO HOBBIES Are Held in SUNDAY SCHOO Meetings 7 '