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TIIE MORNING OltEG ONIAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1920
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
City Editor Main 7070. 860-95
Sunday Editor Main 7070. SftO-HS
Advertising Department. .Main 7070. sao-n.'.
Superintendent uf Bldg. . Main 7070. 560-93
HEII.ia (Broadway at Taylor) The Roy
al English Opera company. 'Pinafore,"
afternoon: "Bohemian Ulrl." tonight.
HIPPODKOME (Broadway at Yamhill)
Vaudeville and moving pictures. 2 to 5.
6:40 to 11 1'. M. Saturdays. Sundays and
holidays continuous. 1:1a to 11 P. M.
FANTACE3 (Broadway at Alder) Vaude
ville. Three shows dally. 2:30, 7 and
COUNCIL CREST Free amusement park.
Take "CC cars, Morrison or Welling
THE OA KH Campbell's American Band
in concert. Free admission until 5 P. M.,
except Sundays and holidays.
COLUMBIA BEACH Children free. Bath
ing and amusements.
ORKGOXIAN AT RESORTS.
Gubscrlbe with the following agents at
your summer resort, to secure the most
prompt delivery of The Oregonlan. City
rates. Subscriptions by mail are payable
Barvlew, Or W. A. Slpprell
Bay City, Or O. E. Shelley
Bayocean, Or F. D. Mitchell
Brighton. Or A. W. Rowe
Carson, Wash C. B. Smith
Cascadla. Or G. M. Greisendorf er
Kcola. Or.. Cannon Beach Merchandise Co.
Garibaldi. Or D. C. Ellis J. L,. Kidder
Gearhart. Or W. S. Robison
1-ong Beach, Wash W. E. Straulia1
Manzanita, Or E. Kardel
Manhattan Beach, Or. ...Mrs. S. F. Angel
Kahcotta. Wash H. J. Brown
Xeahkahnle Beach. Or A. C. Anderson
Nehalem. Or D. C. Peregoy
Newport. Or O. F. Heron
Ocean Lake, Or Nettie Tompsett
Ocean Park, Wash Chas. Treble
Pacific City. Or D. F. Edmunds
Hockawav. Or Frank Miller
Seaside. r.. C. W. Alward
Ehlpherd's Hot Springs, Wash
Mrs. N. St. Martin
Feavlew, Wash George N. Putnam
Tillamook. Or J. S. Lamar
Wheeler, Or. ...E. H. Cody and Leo Sohler
Wllholt. Or F. W. McLeran
Prisoner Given Parole. On chang
ing his plea from not guilty to guilty,
Charles Graham, who has been in the
county jail for the past five months
on a larceny charge, awaiting trial,
was paroled on a sentence of one to
ten years in the penitentiary by
Presiding- Circuit Judge Tazwell yes
terday. He was arrested In a local
hotel with stolen goods in his pos
session last March, but there was no
direct evidence that he had stolen the
property, according to Deputy Dis
trict Attorney Maguire. He was suf
fering from tuberculosis and confine
ment was shortening his life.
JUzamas Trip Announced. A local
trip will be made tomorrow for the
benefit of -Vlazamas who cannot go
on the beach trip. The hikers will
meet at Fifth and Washington streets
a 8 A. M., take St. Johns car to St.
Johns, cross ferry and ascend the
canyon back of the gas plant, through
the heron rookery to Skyline ridge,
where lunch will be eaten in a grove
by a spring. The return trip will be
made over a picturesque old road to
Villbridge. then over Linnton boule
vard or Hillside drive. The leader
will be C. M. Pendleton.
Alleged Moonshiners HeldtoJurt.
Three alleged moonshiners had a
hearing before United States Com
missioner Drake yesterday and were
bound over to the federal grand Jury.
They were Lester Talmadge, Melvin
Andrew and Stillman Andrew, who
live near Boring. A 90-gallon still is
eald to have been found in the woods
on their ranch, also a quantity of
mash and other materials for making
Naturalization School to Open.
All arrangements have been made for
opening the naturalization school
again thiis winter in the courthouse.
Classes will begin Wednesday night
and will be in charge of Nels Jacob
son, who directed the work last year
Recitation nights are to be Monday,
Wednesday and Thursday.
Slicoth Services Tonight. Slicoth
(forgiveness) services will be held
at the Congregation Novah Zedek
Talmud Torah, Sixth and Hall streets,
tonight at 11 o'clock. Rev. Abraham
1. Rosencrantz will officiate. There
will be a large trained choir. All are
welcome to attend.
Labor Dai Dances. Personally
conducted by M. M. Ringler, on plea
sure boat Bluebird; two trips, 2 P.M.
and 8:30 P. M. Prize waltz. Every
body welcome. Sail from W. Morri
son dock. Adv.
Dance A Real Dance. Cole Mc
Elrey's orchestra just returned
ten months in the east. Murlark hall.
Twenty-third and Washington streets.
Dance every Wednesday and Satur
day nights. Adv.
Three Kile Divorce Suits. Divorce
smits filed in the circuit court yester
day included: Boyd O. against Alma
Brasswell. Clara A. against J. C.
Adams and Alice L. against Paul
Dr. W. B. Hinson has returned and
will preach at the Kast Side Baptist
church. Kast Twentieth and Salmon,
on Sunday, Sept 6. at 11 A. M. and
7:4s P. M. Adv.
Sunday Excursion. To Cascade
Locks, steamer leavers Taylor-sL dock
9 A. M., returning 7 P. M. Lunch 60c.
Main S065. Adv.
A Nice 6-r. rouse and maid's room;
good location; pay $75 or $100 per
mo., uniurnisnea. All 787. Oreironlan
Dr. Fording, 513 Selling: bide., will
examine school pupils for glasses
during Sept. without charge. Adv.
School Books bought, sold and ex
changed. Hyland's, 204 Fourth street,
between Taylor and Salmon. Adv.
Dr. TJ. s. G. and Mrs. Fletcher,
Chiropodist; returned. Selling-Hirsch
bldg. Main 3713. Adv.
Kemmerer Coal. Carbon Coal Co.,
mine agents. East 11S8. Adv.
Auto Storage, 3; oth and Marshall
For Sale. 3 over-stuffed chairs,
9 150. AF 735, Oregonian. Adv.
Dr. Laurence Selling, 1211 Selling
lldg.; returned. Adv.
E. O. Gardner shorthand school
opens Sept. 7. 208 Globe bldg. Adv.
Dr. E. A. Sommer returned. Adv.
ALLEGED BEATER OF
BABY GETS WARNING
Court Takes Kacker Case
WIFE IS COMPLIMENTED
has been Investigating the growth, of
the berry industry in that section for
the general guidance of the Commer
cial club here in conjunction with
the plan of the directors to stimulate
the growth of loganberries and other
berries in Clatsop county.
Mr. Kelson reports that the ever
green blackberry is grown and culti
vated around Puyallup, while in Clat
sop county this berry. In his judg
ment, is superior in its wild state and
is exceedingly prolific. He has gath
ered authentic information for the
club and is very enthusiastic for the
development of the berry industry
here and is positive many acres of
land now idle can Immediately become
highly profitable to the owners. The
club plans to hold a meeting shortly,
when many prospective growers have
promised to attend.
Course In Gymnastics Thought to
Have Resulted in Broken Rib
Frowned On by Judge.
George Kacker, a printer employed
by Bushong & Co., who was arrested
Thursday following a complaint
sworn to oy Mrs. I W. Swanton that
Kacker had been abusing his 2-months-old
baby at his home in an
apartment house at Tenth and Yam
hill frtreets, was warned by Municipal
Judge Rossma.11 yesterday that the
case had been taken under advise
ment for a month and that he would
be under probation during that period.
The baby and Mrs. Kacker, who is
19 years of age, both appeared in
court to testify in the case, together
with several women who live in the
same apartment house at Tenth and
Yamhill. All Joined in asserting that
the baby had cried a good deal in the
past and that on occasion Kacker had
threatened to hush its cries by violent
means. None, however, had seen the
accused actually strike the baby.
Mrs. Swanton, manager of the Ore
gon Humane society. testified that
she had examined the baby and that
it was badly bruised and showed evi
dence of severe mistreatment and
wa.s thought to have a fractured rib.
Kacker asserted that the bruises wers
accidental and that the supposed
broken rib was the result of a course
of gymnastics that he had given the
child for physical culture purposes.
Judge Rossman, in taking the case
under advisement and suspending sen
tence for a month, complimented the
young wife highly on- her forbearance
and common-sense attitude. At the
same time he advised Kacker to ac
cept his wife's judgment in the future
In the care of the child.
SHOW TO BE HELD OVER
OKrHliUJI ' GIRLiX BILI, TO
HAVE EXTRA PRESENTATION
Programme Opening Tomorrow Af
ternoon Embraces Big Variety
of Vaudeville Acts.
The Orpheum show, opening at the
Hellig tomorrow afternoon, being the
urst girl show of the early season
special arrangements have been made
with the Heilig theater company to
hold it over for an extra perform
ance next Wednesday night. In
the extra performance the regular
Orpheum show in its entirety will
be presented, as the railroad schedule
gives the performers ample time, the
train for San Francisco leaving at 1
o'clock the following morning.
"Under the Apple Tree," the head
line attraction, is the act that puts
the show in the "girly" class. There
are a dozen pretty girls in this act,
and they make numerous costume
changes and appear in various spe
cialties. The star of the act is John
Sully, member of the famous Sully
family, who is noted on Broadway
for his versatility in fun making.
The second big-type act of the new
show is "Follow On," a one-act com
eay in wmch Marriet Marlotte has a
prominent role. Miss Marlotte is re
garded as one of the best character
women In vaudeville. -
Other acts are Sidney Phillips, in
songs and stories; Cahill and Ro-
malne, in an entertaining specialty;
Reno, eccentric pantomimic comedian;
Jackie and Billy, thinking and talk
ing birds, and Miss loleen, described
as "daintiness personified."
. MALLORY IS DEAD
NEW THOUGHT ADVOCATE
PASSES IN CALIFORNIA.
DISAPPEARANCE OF WYOMING
MAN ACCOUNTED FOR.
Relatives Can Find No Suicide Mo
tive for J. W. O'lfonnell Foul
Play Is Suspected.
The body of J. "W. O'Donnell, who
disappeared from Portland, August
27, was found yesterday floating in
the Columbia river by the captain of
a river tug. T. S. White, coroner of
St. Helens, took charge of the body
and notified relatives. Identification
was easily established from letters
and a watch.
Mr. O'Donnell was a prominent busi
ness man of Rock Springs, Wyo. He
came to Portland with his wife and
8-year-old son during the last week
"t , - ? vS ;
J. W. O'Donnell, -whose body
wss found In the Columbia
of July to spend a month with his
brother-in-law, L. Enderud, 631 Siskl
you street. He left the house August
27 and his family expected him to re
turn at noon. But after attending to
a few business matters in the down
town district, he disappeared. , He
carried his brother-in-law's umbrella,
and this was found the same day
on the railway trestle near Columbia
beach. After a few days the river ad
jacent to the trestle was carefully
dragged, but with no results.
C. F. O'Donnell, brother of the misS'
ing man, was sent for and made prep
arations lor an extensive search, lie
declared upon his arrival here from
Rock Springs that he could not under
stand his brother's action, as he had
no worries of any kind and was de
voted to his wife and young son. As
the missing man carried about $100
in .currency, relatives suspected foul
CUP SITES DISCUSSED
KKUTY BOARD TACKLES PROB
LEM AT LUNCHEON.
Necessity of Conveniences for Port
land Outlined Committee
Named to Investigate.
Plans for providing adequate auto
mobile camping sites for Portland
were launched yesterday by the Port
land realty board at its initial meet
ing of the fall, held at the Portland
hotel. The expression of members
regarding the necessity of camp sites
indicated that the matter will be
one of the important features to be
taken up by the organization this
City Commissioner Pier gave un
qualified indorsement of a satisfac
tory plan of procuring and operating
such camps. He outlined what the
city government had done and hoped
Last spring attempts were made
to procure four parks, each located
on one of the main arteries leading
into the city, he said, but after it
was thought all arrangements had
been completed the city was unable
to obtain the property desired for
the purpose. For the coming year.
while the city has no money with
which to buy such land, it Is hoped
to rent land for sites and appropriate
money for park maintenance. ,
A committee was named by the
realty board to investigate sites and
draw up some plan of action, the
committee being composed of the fol
lowing: H. S. Hudson, chairman; o.
Benson, Ralph Harris, Leon Bullier,
Albert Cleveland, Joe Mariels, F. W.
German and Fred O. Brockman.
A. C. Ackerman, advertising man
ager of Montgomery Ward & Co.,
was the speaker of the day, his sub
ject being "Why Montgomery Ward
came to Portland." Portland's cen
tral location, her excellent shipping
facilities both by rail and water, the
stability of her labor conditions, the
excellent site available for the new
building, and the manufacturing de
velopment of the city were the main
factors, be said.
SEE OUR WINDOWS
OREGON COAST SURVEYED
Landing Places for Seaplanes Are
ASTORIA, Or., Sept. 3. (Special.)
Although construction work has not
yet been Btarted on the proposed
naval station at Tongue point, the
government today began a hydrogra
phic survey of the Oregon coast with
reference to securing information on
localities affording facilities for
landing places for the seaplanes,
which will be stationed here and
which will pass this way when As
toria's naval establishment will be
one of the chain of aero stations on
the Pacific coast.
Howard W. Charleton, assistant
manager of the Oregon-Washington
& Idaho Airplane-company; G. F. Em
ory, official photographer of the
company arid Lieutenant-Commander
Myers, representing the United States
AVIATION PARTY LATEST
Hangars Scene of Newest Thing in
An aviation party Is the newest
thing In social events. One was given
yesterday at the hangars of the Ore
gon. Washington & Idaho Airplane
company by Mrs. I. Aronson for offi
cers of the Motor Corps of Oregon,
whe during war time lent their cars
and service for carrying soldiers. The
Red Cross motor corps girls also
In mid-afternoon Mrs. Aronson and
Victor Vernon, manager of the com
pany, flew over St. Vincent's hospital
and dropped flowers for the conva
lescent overseas veterans there. A
floral piece also was arranged for
Mrs Owen Blazier Jr., member of the
motor corps who Is ill at the hospital.
After the flying programme lunch
baskets were auctioned and a picn
euyper was spread. Dancing followed.
LABOR DAY IN MOUNTAINS
ane Arrah Wanna hotel. Mt. Hood
district, will be open until after Labor
day. !pencer will have plenty of
fried chicken and hot ginger bread
for all who come. Roads are not bad,
and the river is full of big fish. Adv!
Read Tte Oregonlan classified ads.
MAN KILLED BY TRAIN
Body of Ed Forgie Is Found Near
ASHLAND, Or., Sept. 3. (Special.)
The body of Ed Forgie, a resident
of Ashland for several years, was
found beside the Southern Pacific
railroad track near the new station
of Foliage, south of Ashland. Forgie
evidently had either been struck by
a train while walking on the track
or had been killed while attempting
to jump from a train.
The body was brought to Ashland.
He was about 60 years old.
Work Well Known in Oregon and
Portland Through Activities
In Psychic Research.
Mrs. Rufus Mallory, formerly of
Portland and known throughout the
state as the editor of "The New
Thought" magazine, and wife . af
Rufus Mallory, a prominent attorney
In this city several years ago, died
at her residence in San Jose, Cal.,
Mrs. Mallory was the daughter of
Aaron Rose, one of the early settlers
In the state, for whom the town of
Roseburg was named. It was in Rose
burg that Rufus Mallory, then a
young attorney, met his future wife.
They were married in that city, where
Mr. Mallory practiced law for a num
ber of years, finally moving to Salem
and then to Portland, where Mr. Mal
lory became associated with Joseph
Simon in the practice of law.
Rufus Mallory died in Portland In
1906, and an only son, Elmert E.
Mallory, also an attorney, died in
Portland July 30, 1917. Following the
death of her son Mrs. Mallory left
for San Jose.
Mrs. Mallory was best known
through the columns of the "New
spiritualism and psychic research, of
which she was editor and owner. The
magazine was published on Yamhill
street near Sixteenth, In the rear or
the present Mallory hotel. It. was
there, too, that Mrs. Mallory gave
BERRY SURVEY SATISFIES
Outlook, for Development of Indus
try in Clatsop Bright.
WARRENTON. Or, Sept. 3. (Spe
cial.) R. D. Kelson, secretary of the
Warrenton Commercial club, returned
today from Puyallup, Wash., where he
CARD OF" THA.VKS.
We wish to sincerely thank all
friends and neighbors for their lov
ing sympathy and kindness to us in
the loss of our dear husband and
father. Especially do we thank the
Southern Pacific employes for their
assistance and beautiful floral offer
ings and all others for the beautiful
MRS. MINNIE OLIPHANT.
Adv ROBERT T. OLIPHANT.
RABBI THOMAS TO PREACH
Jewish Jlinister, 2 7 Years Old, to
Lead Congregation Ahavai Sholom
Rabbi William A. Thomas of Brook
lyn, N. Y., will lead services at the
Congregation Ahavai Sholom, Park
and Clay streets, during the approach
ing holidays. He will give his first
sermon Friday evening. September 10.
Rabbi Thomas comes to Portland
from Congregation Darech Amuno,
New York city, and though but 27
years old, has completed college, uni
versity and rabbinical courses. Dur
ing the past year he has devoted his.
spare time to lectures in various cities
on Zionism, and is now engaged by
the Zionist organization as a touring
speaker, working without remunera
MONROE WOMAN SUICIDE
Mrs. A. Li. Mauldon, Mother of
Children, Shoots Herself.
CORVALLIS. Or., Sept. 3 (Special.)
Mrs. A. L. Mauldon of Monroe shot
and killed herself at noon today. She
was the mother of five children and
was about 40 years of age.
Har husband could give no motive
for the deed unless despondency over
Novel Vacation Arranged.
SALEM. Or., Sept. S. (Special.)
More than 150 employes of the state
highway department will leave early
tomorrow by automoDiie lor me rancn
of Herbert Nunn, state highway en
gineer, in Tillamook county. - There
they will remain until Sunday night
The trip will be made in trucks. The
week-end visit to Mr. Hunns rancn
was arranged In lieu of the regular
summer vacations for employes in
this department. -
New patented article sells on
sight with no opposition on the
market. Would consider auto in
trade. A chance for a live man
to make a fortune. Call for
Hotel Morris, 10th and Stark.
Adds Pleasure to Dining;. Highest Grade of French
Pastry and Complete Assortment of Fancy Cakes.
Purest and Best
ingredients only are used in making Hazelwood Pas
try. If you are not familiar with the
superior qualities a trial will
For Sale to Take Home at Our
Bakery and Dairy Store
126 Tenth Street
and served in our dining rooms daily
Confectionery and Restaurant
388 Washington 127 Broadway
Make Our Ground Floor Boys'
Department the Place to
Outfit Them for School
$6 to $25
SEE IF YOU HAVE BOUGHT THEIR
Shoes, Hats, Extra Pants, Sweaters, Suspenders,
Mackinaws, Rubber Capes, Hose, Ties, Under
wear, Belts, Collars, Shirts, Blouses, etc.
WE HAVE THEM, ALL SIZES, LOW PRICES
S. & H. Green Trading Stamps
Exclusive Kuppenheimer House in Portland
MORRISON AT FOURTH
WOMEN Ed ONE HOUND
DAUGHTER OF EBIX DOESX'T
I'm Irish, I'm Proud of It and I
Got 8 Children and They're
Irish," Retort in Court.
Ireland was pitted against Wales in
a verbal battle in the municipal court
this morning when Mrs. R. Fagan.
3644 Sixtieth etreet, who is of pro
nounced Irish lineage, appeared to
answer charges of assault and batter
on the complaint of Mrs. vera Mor
gran, who lives in the same block. Mr.
Morgan, who was born in Wales, was
"She called me a low-lived Welch-
man, Judge, declared Morgan. I ad
mit that I'm Welch, but 1 got rights
Just the same."
"He called me an Irishwoman,
Judge, and called me other names,"
said Mrs. Fagan. "I m Irish and proud
of it, and I got eight children and
they're all Irish, and I'm proud of
The neighborhood war broke out
over a dispute as to who owned the
sidewalk in front of the house of
the Morgan clan. Morgan claimed
that none of the neighborhood chil
dren could play in front of his house,
and when the Morgan children backed
up the claim, an Irish-welch feud
was in full swing without delay. Par
ents on both sides of the dispute took
up the quarrel, which culminated in
a pitched battle between Mrs. Fagan
and Mrs. Morgan.
Municipal Judge Rossman, after
listening to lengthy explanations from
both sides of the dispute, decreed that
the sidewalk was public property and
advised the Morgan and Fagan clans
to try to settle disputes between the
children in a peaceable and neighbor
ly manner in the future.
The matter of
Dr. Esther L.ovejoy"s
be up for considera
BANK AGAIN GIVES BONUS
Ladd & Tllton Institntion Grants
Employes 5 Per Cent of Salary
The second bonus granted to em
ployes of the Ladd & Tilton bank
first of the year was given
out yesterday and amounted
per cent of a year's salary.
On New Year's day the employes
received a full month's salary and in
May came a bonus of 5 per cent of
A like bonus was granted again
17. S. Army Mess Kits Given Away
Every boy who buys his suit or
overcoat at the Brownsville Woolen
Mill Store today will be given
United States army mess kit free
These are Just the thing for picnics.
Brownsville Woolen Mill Store, south
west corner Third and Morrison. Adv.
Read The Oregonlan classified ads.
Prohibition Call Issued.
Mrs. Ada Wallace Unruh, state sec
retary of the prohibition party, has
issued a call for a congressional con
vention to be held in room F of the
central library tonight at 8 o'clock.
Fruit Preserving Dept.
E. First and Yamhill Sts.
Phone E. 194
FOR MOTOR TRUCKS
Absolutely the best selling propo
sition ever offered. Complete line
to 5-ton trucks. Highest qual
ity product. Established concern.
SERVICE TRUCK CO.
227 Salmon St.
- v Jn
John G. Inkster
Vlctorln. 11. C.
his summer ministry
12th and Alder Streets.
10:30 A. M..
"THE MYSTERY AND GIFT OF
745 P. M.,
"THE PLACE OF THE CHURCH IN
GOD'S PLAN FOR THE AGE"
Clat sop tseacti
Seaside and Gearhart
North Beach Points
$5.40 Week Ends
8 War Tax Additional
Season tickets on sale daily, return limit October
31. Week-end tickets on sale Saturday and Sunday,
limit Monday following.
Fast trains carrying observation parlor cars and
coaches leave North Bank Station S:30 A. M., 6:20
P. M. daily, 2:00 P. M. Saturday.
Evening schedule Labor Day Clatsop Beach
points and Astoria to Portland:
Leave Seaside. . . .
Leave Astoria. . . .
4:50 P. M.
2d No. 24
5 :10 P. M.
3d No. 24
10:15 P. M.
2d and 3d No. 24 stop on signal for Portland pas
sengers at Surf, Wahanna and Columbia Beach.
North Beach connections with No. 24 and 3d No.
24 at Astoria.
Sunday special from Seaside 6:03 P. M., Astoria
7:00, will not run Sept. 5th.
CONSOLIDATED TICKET OFFICE, THIRD AXD WASHINGTON STS.
KORTH II Mv STATION. TENTH AD UOYT STS.
EAST SIDE BAPTIST CHURCH
East 20th and Salmon Streets
FIRST FALL ANNOUNCEMENT
DR. W. B. HINSON RESUMES HIS MINISTRY
After 3 Months Bible Conference Work. He Will Preach
Both Morning and Evening:
11:00 A. M.
"WE ARE ALL HERE"
7:45 P. M.
"A POLITICIAN'S QUESTION"
The ordinances of Baptism and The Lord's Supper will be observed.
You are cordially invited to worship here. Take Hawthorne, Mt.
Tabor or Sunnyside cars to East Twentieth and walk to Salmon.
THE MAN AND HIS BIBLE
THE GIFT WHICH GIVES VALUE
TO ALL OTHERS
12il0 Bible School.
6:45 Young People" Soeiely.
HEAR OUR QUARTET
wants princlpalshlp or position In commer
cial department of high school or college,
best ol refences; Oregon Uf diploma.
Address L. 204, Oregonlan.
THE C. GEE WO
C. GEE WO has
made a life study
of the curative
proper ties pos
sessed in roots,
herbs, buds and
bark, and has
F,t1 f ul. well- known
" 1 r e m e dies, all of
which are d e r-
fectly harmless, as no poisonous
drugs or narcotics of any kind are
used In their make up. For stomach,
long, kidney, liver, rheumatism, neu
ralgia, catarrh, bladder, blood, nerv
ousness, gall stone and all disorders
of men, women and children. Try
C Gee Wo's Wonderful and Well
Known Root and Herb Remedies.
Good results will surely and quickly
AT IB2V4 FIRST STREET,
HOME COMiNG AT
Park and Madison Sts.
D'dway car to half block of chorea.
DR. M'ELVEEN PREACHES
740 P. M.,
CAPITAL CUSSING ths CHURCH'
Unexcelled quartet and chorus of
25 selected voices.
Joseph Klnley, Conductor.
12th St at Taylor
Easy Walking Distance
Joshua Stansfield, D. D.
Morning Service 10:30, Sermon
Evening 8 o'Clock
"Christ, the Church and
Chorus Choir E. T. Jones, Director
Great Reception for Three
E. 10th and Weidler. .
Miss Ida Vieg of China,
Miss Lela Hargrove
and Miss Leoda Grebe
of India will speak and
- sing in native costume.
Hear Rev. A. M. Bowes Sunday
"On the Shores of Eternity"
DR. and MRS. F. HOMER CURT1SS
The noted authors of New Tork.
will deliver two important lectures
next Sunday, Sept. 5th.
II A. M., REINCARNATION
Kact or Fancy T
8 P. M., THE NEW PSYCHOLOGY
Embracing effects of mind on body
and problems of life after death.
lit IWXWlkJJL 1
'-TABLETS - H?
This lecture will be an eye-opener
on the origin of some common
Sandfly Mpht Subject
"CHURCHES AS BIRD CAGES"
A prreat prophecy involving1 present-day
Paganism, Romanism and
Protestantism and their future. A
most startling lecture.
LOUIS K. DICKSON
these two great subjects.
BIG TENT PAVILION
13th and Morrison.
SFLEXD1D MtSICAL PROGRAM
Wanted Chairs to Cane'
by School for Blind
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MR .J.F. Myers