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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, SATURDAY, 3TTLT 29, 1922
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UN I ILVVO DlVlLr GONIAN BEAUTY CONTEST. ,'
City Editor ...Main 7070. 560-95
Sunday Editor Main 7070. 560-95
Advertising Dept. ..... .Main 7070. 560-05
Superintendent of Bids. .Main 7070. 560-95
Subscribe with tbe following agents at
your summer resort, to secure the most
prompt delivery of The Oregonian. City
rates. Subscriptions by mail are payable
Barview, Or Mrs. Georgia Plsk
Bay City, Or O. E. Shelly
Bay Ocean, Or P.D.Mitchell
Breakers. tVash . J. M. Mc Arthur
Brighton. Or A. W. Rowe
Cannon Beach. Or. .Cannon Beach Mc Co
Carson, Wash Mrs. M. St. Martin
Carson. Wasln. . . .Shlpherds Hot Springs
Carson, Wash. . Carl R. Smith
Hot Lake, Or....
Long Beach, Wash. .
Manhattan Beach. Or. .
. R. Knutson
Cannfjn Beach Merc. Co.
D. C. Ellis
. . . . J. I.. Kidder
W. J. Robinson
Hot Lake Sanitarium
A. C. Pesco
W. B. Strauhal
Manzanita, Or ; E. Kardell
McKenzle Bridge, Or.Swartz & McPhereon
Moclipa, Wash v.. Mrs. L. L. James
Nahcotta, Wash H.J.Brown
Neah-kah-nle Beach, Or. . A. C. Anderson
D. C. Peregoy
. Alexander Rock
...... V. E. Sharp
, . . L. Stalnaker
. Emma Campbell
. Rosenberg Bros.
D. P. Edmunds
L. Stalnaker J
. . . .Roth Drug Co.
George L. Putnam
J. S. Lamar
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Ocean Park, Wash.
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Rockaway, Or, ....
Seaside. Or. .. . ...
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Twin Rocks. Or...... L. Stalnaker
Wheeler, Or R. H. Cady
Wheeler, Or J. F. Hamilton
HIPPODROME (Broadway at Yamhin)
Vaudeville and moving pictures con
tinuous daily, 1:15 to 11 P. M.
PANTAGES (Broadway at Alder)
Vaudeville.' Three shows daily, 2:30,
7 and 9 P. M.
THE OAKS (Amusement Park) The
Armstrong Musical Comedy company.
Take cars at First and Alder.
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RO BDNUS VOTE LEADS
STRAW BALLOTS ALSO FAVOR
IIGIIT WEVES, BEER.
BUSS H1LDKGAR.DE hierxickex..
Weed Growers Escape. Property
owners who were haled Into police
court yesterday for neglecting to
cut weeds on vacant lots escaped
fines before Acting Judge Stadter
when they appeared and informed
the court that they had complied
with the ordinance prior to going to
court. Judge Stadter continued all
such cases indefinitely. It was an
nounced that many more warrants
will be served today against negli
gent property owners. Among those
haled before the police judge yes
terday -were A. B. Steinbach, Dan J.
Malarkey, P. H. Schulderman, Miss
Mabel Weidler, C. H. Anderson, L. W.
Brooke, T. A. Rochester and F. B.
Familt Head Has Diphtheria.
Frank Moresco, quarantined when
Mrs. Mbresco and six of the children
developed cases of diphtheria, a few
days ago, was found yesterday to
be afflicted with the disease. The
family home is at 804 East Twenty
ninth street and all the patients are
being kept there. It was Intended to
move members of the family who
' became seriously ill to the isola
tlon hospital, but this has been
deemed unnecessary because no
member of the family has been par
ticularly ill or. incapacitated for du
ties about the home.
Street Assessment Due. City
Auditor Funk has notified property
owners within the district assessed
for the extension of Seveny-fifth
street Southeast, from Fortieth to
Forty-fifth avenue, that the total
assessment of $2482.90 is now due
and payable. August 6 is the date
on which payments will become de
linquent and if assessments are not
paid by August 27 sale of the prop
erty to reimburse the city will be
Citt Employes to Frolic. Many
city employes are to join this after
noon in the picnic to be staged at
Crystal Lake park under direction
of the Veterans of Foreign Wars
and the Federated State societies.
It was agreed that this arrange
ment should take the place of the
regular annual picnic of the city's
workers, which was abandoned.
xicKers ior today s atralr are on
sale at the city hall.
Paper on Streets Taboo. News
boys and carriers have become care
less about leaving in the street the
wrapping paper that surrounds their
bundles of papers, according to com
plaints that have reached the mayor
from various sections of the city.
As a result Mayor Baker has in
structed City Attorney Grant to
draw an ordinance that will fix
penalties for this offense.
Dry Violator Is Fined $250.
Charles Straight, Clackamas Heights
resident, who made the mistake of
selling a pint of moonshine whisky
to federal prohibition agent Stipe
was fined 250 when he pleaded
guilty in the federal court yesterday
to a charge of violating the prohi-
bition law. A raid on his home, fol
lowing the sale, rev.ealed a small
stock of liquor.
Park Gets Geese. General Per
shing, veteran swan of the "Laurel
hurst park lake, has three new
wards under his care. Three wild
geese given to the city park depart
. ment by H. E. Rodenbaugh of Uma
tilla, Or., have been placed in the
lake. . General Pershing is reported
to have taken kindly to his new
University Professor on Visit.
Professor E. R. Mauer, head of the
department of mechanics and hy-
draulics at the University of Wis
consin, with Mrs. Mauer, have been
guests in Portland for some days
of City Engineer and Mrs. Laur
igaard. Mr. Laurgaard studied
! under Professor Mauer nearly 20
Oakland Commissioner Here. W.
H. Edwards, city commissioner of
streets of Oakland, Cal., together
with Mrs. Edwards, visited in Port
land yesterday. They were guests of
Commissioner Barbur, who showed
them about the city and took them
for a-trip up the Columbia River
highway. The visitors were en route
home from a trip to Alaska.
Knights of Columbus to Picnic.
The entertainment , committee of
Portland council. No 678, of the
Knights of Columbus has arranged
for a boat excursion and dancing
party aboard the Swan n next
Thursday night. The members and
the families and friends are. all in
vited to participate.
Pair Get Six Months. Victor
Guild and Lester Hooper, were sen
tenced to six months in the county
jail by Presiding Judge Tazwell yes
terday on charges of larceny from a
dwelling. They pleaded guilty to
entering the home of Mrs. C. E. Akin
at 921 Couch street.
Astoria-North Beach ferry sched
ule changes July 1, to leave Astoria
7:30 A. M., 10 A. M., 1 P. M., S P. M.,
b -. m., Saturdays only 8:30 p. m.
Leaves McGowan 8:30 A. M., 11 A. M.,
i r. jm.., 4 f. ai., 7 f. M., Saturday
only :d r. x.. aqv.
"Evolution and Christianity.".
William G. Eliot, Jr., will apeak on
this subject Sunday at 10:SO A. M..
at the Church of Our Father (Uni
tarian), Broadway and Yamhill, The
public is invited. Adv. -
Ham Special. Swift' Premium
Hams, 10 to 14 pounds average,
whole or half, 88o pound. Paeiflo
Bay City Market, 186 Fourth street,
at Yamhill. Adv,' .
KSll That poisow Oak witH Atlas
f "A' chemical weed killer, results
guaranteed, Chipman Chemiea) Eb
glneering Co,, originators phemical
track-wedlngr, iidwy, i659Adv,
Masonic Picnic Today. .The an
nual joint picnic of the Mount Hood
Masonic lodge and the Portland
lodge of the. Order of the Eastern
Star, will be held at Gladstone this
afternoon, starting with an elabor
ate programme of sports and stunts
at 1 o'clock. Foot races for men,
women, and children for prizes) have
been included in the schedule of
events and a baseball game in the
latter part of- the afternoon will
conclude the entertainment. Danc
ing in the pavilion after a basket
luncheon will end the day's festiv
Valuable- Furs Stolen. Two furs
Valued at $600 were stolen from the
La France fur store, 164 Park street,
yesterday morning by a thief who
darted into the store when a clerk
was not in sight. The theft was not
discovered until the thief had es
caped. One fur was a black Hudson
seal valued at $400 and the other
was a Japanese mink valued at $200.
They were in a front display win
dow, which the thief ' was able to
reach without difficulty. , As soon
as the theft was discovered it was
reported to the police and four de
tectives were assigned to the case.
Hibernians to Picnic. Prepara
tions have been made for more than
500 passengers on the excursion boat
Swan tomorrow when the annual
river excursion of the Ancient Order
of Hibernians and the women's aux
iliary will be held. The boat will
leave the east end of the Morrison
street bridge at 10 o'clock in the
morning and after a short stop at
St. Johns to pick up a few addi
tional passengers, will proceed to a
picnic spot along the Columbia river,
where a programme will be featured
by sports and stunts.
Damages op $5000 Asked. Dam
ages of $5000 were asked by A.
Grovning, longshoreman, for alleged
injuries received while he was load
ing the ship Bralsberg on July 8.
The Portland Stevedoring company
was named as defendant in the suit
filed in circuit court yesterday.
Plumbing to Be Repaired. The
plumbing at Vista house1 will be
overhauled immediately. County
Roadmaster Eatchell announced yes
terday. Several complaints have
been received lately over the condi
tion of the plumbing at the building.
The cost will not exceed $150.
Grangers Hold Picnic. Members
of the Milwaukie grange and their
families gathered at the Oaks park
yesterday afternoon for a big picnic
BATHING TO BE FEATURE OF
ATI ANTIC CITIT PAGEANT.
Winnfcr of The Oregonian Contest
to Be Happy Participant .
In All Revelry.
Atlantic City, pleasure capital of
the continent throughout the sum
mer months. Is already completing
plans for the annual Pageant of
Beauty in September and it is the
avowed irftent of the Atlantic City
chamber of commerce, which spon;
sors , it. to outdo every former
pageant. Word has come from the
promoters of the enterprise that in
terest is greater than for years, with
a bigger attendance assured and big
ger and better features for the de
light of visitors.
Last year 300,000 persons saw the
bathers' revue, one of the big events
of the- pageant, in which the most
beautiful girls of the nation com
peted for prizes. For this year an
even greater revue will be staged,
with added attractions and all the
usual events that have made this a
great aquatic carnival not equaled
elsewhere on this hemisphere and
probably not in the entire world.
On the day of the bathers' revue,
everyone who participates wears
a bathing suit. High officials of the
pageant are idressed ready for a dip
into the surf. None is allowed' on
the beach in any other costume.
But. it must be said, the one-piece
suit is barred. Last year Atlantic
City firemen wore red suits, the of
ficials of the pageant wore white
suits and the police blue costumes,
while the many thousands of others
wore all sorts of colors and com
binations that -made the scene truly
Miss Portland,, the girl to be ac
claimed winner of The Oregonian
beauty contest, will be a happy par
ticipant in this as in all other revels
of the pageant. Hers will be an
honored place throughout the week
that Atlantic Crty holds its fete,
with King Neptune, ruling over all
. On the first day of the pageant
she will be admitted to King Nep
tune 8 court and then will follow a
dizzying round of entertainment and
357,000 Register Opinions
Poll of Country BeingTaken
' by Literary Digest.
The vote for light wines and beer
as opposed to bone dryness on the
one side end a complete repeal of
the prohibition amendment on the
other continues to have the lead in
the straw vote being polled through
out the country by the Literary
Digest, i .
In the vote on the bonus the bal
ance has swung to the side of those
In favor of reimbursing the ex
soldiers although a hair continues
to divide the pro-bonus and the
The vote as set forth in the July
29 issue of the Literary Digest in
cludes a summary of 367,000 ballots.
This gives in favor of strict en
forcement of the 18th amendment
and Volstead law 135,834 in favor
of a modification of the "Volstead
law to permit light wines and beer
145,727, and in favor of repealing
the prohibition amendment 76,039.
The -vote on the bonus is yes
177,486, no 176,337.
"Perhaps the most significant fact
about the present tabulation ot
nearly four times as many votes
is that, with growing numbers, the
relative strength of the "dry,"
'moist" and "wet" votes remains
much the same," says the publica
tion. "There has been a slight drift
to dryness it is true throughout the
first three polls, but the total
change is inconsiderable."
In referring to the vote on the
bonus the publication Bays:
"A "hair" continues to 'divide the
false and the true", or at least the
pro-bonus and the anti-bonus advo
cates, as they register themselves
in the Digest's poll of the nation.
At the same time, it is noticeable
that from the receipt of the first
votes there has been a very slow
swing in favor of those who sup
port- adjusted compensation. The
total difference, beginning with a
majority of less than a thousand
on the 'no' side of the argument,
reaches a total of a few more than
a thousand on the "yes" side in the
present registration of more than
BEAUTY TOURNAMENT NOMINATION
THE OREGONIAN ATLANTIC CITY CONTEST
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and social meeting. A programme
in the afternoon and basket lunch
eon at night were the features of
Rev. Bernard B. Sdtclipfe, Cal
vary Presbyterian church, tomor
row, 11 A. M., "Christ Sufficient'-,
communion service, 3:30 P. M., "Con
cerning Paul's Authority," study of
2 Corinthians, chaps. 10 to 12. Adv.
Burglar Steals From Chttld.
A prowler who broke Into the home
of B. E. Estes, 55-0 Williams avenue,
Thursday night," stole a child's bank
containing $9, according to a report
made to the police yesterday.
Lancaster's Colombia Gorge Camp.
Spend the night or enjoy our ex
cellent dinner. Adv. ,
Dr. F. M. Brooks returned.. 502
Stevens building. Adv.
Dr. H. F. Leonard haa returned.
STOLEN GOLD RECOVERED
Leaf and Scrap Metal Is Found
In Spokane Building.
SPOKANE. Wash., July 28. Leaf
ad sorap gold valued at $150, taken
in the burglary of the Paulsen
building here last Saturday or Sun
day, was' recovered lata Wednesday
in an unused compartment in a
vault on the seventh floor of the
building, it was learned today.
A quantity of non-negotiablo se
curities, which apparently the bur
glar had thought not worth carry
ing away, were found in the same
It's the place for yeur plenie, a
day or week-end outing, Ideal camp
ground at Lake Grova, Round trip
fare 80o, Oswega 40a, "Red" eieotrio
cars provldo frequent serviea at pen.
venient hours. Inquire nl Southern
Paoiflo ticket offios, jrourth. street
at Stark, Main (igOOAdv, -
B, A 11, greea Btamps for easa,
Holman Fue) Co., coal and wood.
Broadway 6353 1 E60-J1. Adv,
gaiety. Dances, automobile rides.
yatcmng, motor boating, swimming,
alrplaning, and all the other fas
cinating devices for passing happy
moments will make the week gala
ana never to De lorgotten. -
Entries In The Oregonian's con
test, designed to choose the most
Deautiful girl In all Oregon, are in
creasing in number. From now un
til August 15, when no mom may be
nominated, it is expected each day
will bring more entries than that
preceding. In this, as in every other
enterprise, it is best to escape the
last-minute rusn and nretty girls of
any part of the state should make
tneir entries as early as possible.
Many may regret, later, that they
uia not enter put let the time Hr.
past. One may prevent that nnnnv.
iiib iBnung oy entering before the
lists are closed. All that is required
a sena pnoiograpn, to which the
coupon, properly filled out, i at
LIQUOR "PLANT" BARED
Grocer Freed by Jnry After Trick
by "Stool Pigeon" Is Revealod
because "Bis MtJce," a tool
pigeon" for the moral squad,
"planted' two bottle 0f moonshine
in the grocery tora of Mike Verko.
vlch, a jury in noldoe court -t nyil
about two minutes yesterday in find
ing lor-jroviun n-oi ftuuty of a charge
of maintainingr a nuipanoe,
Paul Preleo testified that h ti
pigeon had procured him te plant
the two bottles o lijuer in the
Torkovloh etere in order that he
tnlght get even with the latter. Oth
er testimony was to the effeat that
"Biff Mike'r had a grudge againat
Yerkovioh and had taken that means
Of setting him into, trouble,
Preleo, who confessed, being a teei
(or the stool-pigeon, pleaded guilty
ms imuor ana was sentenced to
days In, the pounty jail.
Heed River's, finest eating plaee,
iiia t-neasans anq uregon hotel din
ing room, all under same manage
The Pheasant, Hood Rive. Din
ing room, tea room and fountain
room, A real place te eat. Adv.
All Next Week
CLUB FOR ROAD PROJECT
East Side - Organization Urges
Completion of Loop Highway.
The East Side Business Men's club
contends that Multnomah county
should do its share in the Mount
Hood loop road surfacing, according
to a communication sent to Charles,
Rudeen, chairman of the board of
The club urges that Multnomah
county's share of funds be provided
since the district attorney has de
clared It to be legal and since the
county commissioners had tenta
tively promised the highway com
mission that money -would be avail
able. - .
The fact thai; the necessary funds
were included .an the budget and
the advantages of a new market
road to Portland which the highway
would provide, in addition to the
scenic attraction, are pointed to as
sufficient reason for completion of
the project. - .
CAPTURE IS ACCIDENTAL
Bud Williams, Confederate ot
Narcotics Smuggler, Caught.
Bud Williams, confederate of Da
vid Lightner in the narcotics smug
gling" activities which resulted in
the latter's arrest and escape to
China, for whom the federal agents
have beer? looking ever since the
grand jury returned a secret in
dictment against ' him last March
Vacation ' trips
Wc carry a fine assort
ment of choice bard can
dies packed in glass jars.
20c to $IJ5 per jar
Containing a variety of
candies suitable for the
$1$0 and $2.00'per box
"Special attention given to
388 Washington St. '
BROADWAY AT TAYLOR.
pho.v: maist iooo x
My , Smiles A Few -Tears
11 A. M. TO 11 P. M.
AFTERNOONS TO 6 - -
EVP ACTED C Balcony
LIL O l ILII U Floor - - 35c
Children, Any Time 10c
Above Prices Include War Tax
"The Busy Bees"!
was accidentally arrested last niglit
when officers of the morals squad
of the city police bureau raided the
home of George Shelton, 705 Ev
1 - Williams was in the 'place at the
time of the raid and was recog
nized. He was turned over to the
federal authorities. Shelton was
arrested, charged with violation of
the prohibition law and held un
der $250 bonds. Several bottles of
moonshine were found in his house.
Hotel and camp grounds is
reopened under the old man
agement.' Excellent cuisine,
electric lights, mineral baths,
steam heat, dancing, swim
ming; camping, camp cot
tages, beautiful grounds. The
Mt. Angel Band plays here
Sunday. Why not spend the
week-end with us 1 The roads
are in excellent condition.
F. W. McLeran, Proprietor
PILE SUFFERERS DUMFOUNDED
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the time I
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My methods are painless do
not confine you to bed; do not
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BY AGREEING TO REFUND
YOUR FEE, IF I FAIL TO
CURE YOUR PILES. H you
are interested and wish to know
more about my methods,
Call or Write for My Free Booklet
DR. C. J. DEAN
Second and Morrison Streets,
- Portland, Or.
Mention Oregonian When Writing
Corrected Only '
by wearing arch supports made from
the ImpreMion of the foot. Method
yearc ahead of anything now 1a use.
Perfect fit and absolute relief.
61S ITTTOCK BLK, BDWY. 0049
, IN GETTING HEALTH
THB MOofeB BAJrtTARIUM
tti Hawthorns At 07th.
MIIvK DIET AND REST
The new ice cream
with .the indescrib
ably .delicious flavor !
tantalizing you try
and try to "place"
the different bits of
fruit that have been
combined to attain
that exquisite Pruit
"Kist delicacy! The
most delicious fruits
of the tropics the.
most luscious Ore
gon berries and
nuts. ; All these have,
been combined by a
secret process and
frozen in pure, rich
Fruit-Kist Ice Cream
(like all the ice
cream made by the
below) is built up to
contain the same
values as milk. But
terf at to give the "
right amount of heat
solids to give the
proper bone and
sinew building qual
ities. . And to insure
'its purity and safe
guard the VITA
MINES it is
freshing! It's the
most healthful, re
er food you could
(Crystal Ice & Storage Co.)
TO PRESERVE THE VITAMINES
Ask for it by name Fruit-Kist
I in i
BRICKS BULK CONES
New Era, Oregon Sunday, July 80.
Service in charge of C. W. Shaw, pas
tor Personal Message Church of Portland.
Lecture, messages and musical pro
gramme, 10:30 A. M.
Memorial service to those who have
passed to spirit life, 2 P. M., ar which,
time the last poem of Mary Alice Cong
don will be read by Mrs. Walter A. Hall;
Mrs. Anna Lee Snyder, soloist.
Lecture, messages and musical pro
gramme, 2:45 P. M. -
MUSICAL PROGRAMME: At the 10:30
A M. and 2:45 P. M. services musical
and vocal selections will be contributed
by Mrs. Anna Lee finyder, Mrs. Margue
rite Ohlinger. Mrs. Gimbal and others.
Miss Lillian Guest, pianist. Special mu
sical programme by George Cassiday.
MESSAGE BEARERS: Mrs. M. J.
Downs and Mrs. Littler of Portland, Mrs.
Coakley, Mrs. Stella, Ross Wallace and
Waltr A. Hall of Seattle, Mrs. Irene
Marrche of San Diego. C. W. Shaw and
others. Will Kanouse, spirit photog
rapher, is expected, at camp from July 30
to August 6. Mrs. M. J. B.owns will hold
a trumpet circle for the benefit of the
camp Sunday afternoon, July 80. Mes
sage meetings very evening (week days)
at S o'clock, conducted by five or more
message bearers. Mediums on the ground
every day continuously until August 6
for private or trumpet readings. Sun
day chicken dinner, 50c. Iance every
Saturday night; orchestra music. Take
Oanby bus at Oregon City direct for
camp. Don't forget the all-day union
camp meeting, August 6.
Ths Pheasant and Oregon Hotel
dining room, Hood River. A real
Place to eat. Adv.
Pummer prices on poal. Phone Dia
mond Coal Co., Bd'wy. 3037-Adv.
Save From $10 to $4 Per
Cord on Your Wood Order
Ask Broadway 6353
HOLMAN FUEL CO.
S. & H. Green Stamps - Fifth and Stark Street.
We offer the greatest fuel value for the least money
' FIRST .
Park and Madison Sta.
Dr W. T. McElveen, Pastor,
Dr. Charles A. Dinsmore .
Noted Santa Scholar, Preaches.
11 A. M. "THB SURE WAT TO
7:48 P. M. 'DATTE'B vTSIOJT OP
18:30 Noon, Golden Bole Pornnt
"Is Oar Political Leadership
Rev, Donald W. M, MaeCluer,
''The Rage of the
Evening. 8 o'clock
"The Wideness of
WANTED CHAIRS TO CANE
AND PIANOS TO TUNE
BY SCHOOL FOR BLIND
Ptor Particulars Gall j
MBS, J, F, MYERS, BAST 785,
r iM BIMsMsssmsmssBBMsssWW
' Trwwea, '
Send for Price and M.
. uring- Blank. Postaxo
Paid by Us.
LAUB - DAVIS DRUG CO.
l7aV9fcir Street. Portias, ,
Hear Brougher IZ,
LIVE YOUNG MAGNETIC PREACHER
R-.00 P. M,
"STOP FLIRTING AND GET MARRIED"
, ' FINE MUSIC GOSPEL SOLO.
Live Sons; Service Led by "Walter Jenkins
11:O0 A. M.,
"THREE AMBITIONS OK A GREAT MAX"
OVER 3000 HEARD HIM LAST SUNDAY.
COME EARLY TO GET A GOOD SEAT.
THE BIG TENT
13th and Morrison Every Evening, 7:43
EVANGELIST A- R. BELL
Tonight, "The Findings of the.Court"
A judicial decision that affects every soul, dead or alive
Sun. Night, "Will Protestantism Survive?"
Come and Hear the Chorus Choir
Professor William L Morey, Director
Twelfth and Taylor Streets. ,
B.-E. PARKER, D. IX. PASTOR.
8H5DAY SCHOOL, 9:4S.
MORNINO SERVICE. 11:00.
Dr., Edward Laird Mills.
BVBNniO SERVICE. T:45. ,
a MASTBRJTJL INTERPRETATION
by Mr. and Mrs. 'William Morton
JUNK SSTH TO AUGUST 13TH
Cos, B2d St. and 65th Are. 8, E.-
Take Woodstock cai" At Beeond
and Alder Sta, to 62T St., walk
three, blocks south,
Large Auditorium Seating
About 2000 Persons,
Meetings Every Night,
All Day Sunday,
8-PJece Orchestra- Excellent
Male and Mixed Quartet, -'"Ceme
and See." , "No Collections."
Alder at Twelfth.
Harold 'Leonard Bowman
Norman Kendall Tully.
10:30 a: sr..
7:45 r. nr..
"CHRIST. THE BREAD
. OF IJiTS." 4
Dr. Tally Preaches.
Phone your want ads-io-Theene-
"WALTER BENTVELIi TTINSOX.
Mr. Bryant Wit Preach Momlns;
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Widespread Interest has been awak
ened by Mr. Bryant's Sunday evening
A glimpse ot lite as the deteotlve-and
moral squad sees it.
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