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THE DATI.Y CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10 .1918.
JOURNAL WANT AD DEPARTMENT IS THE BEST SELLING
UEDNM IN MARION COUNTY-TRY THE! FOR RESETS
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING KATES RED, white and black eurrants deliv-
Bate per word New Today any part of the tity. Phone
Cftcb insertion le 23O0J2. 741 ,
Oas weok (6 insertions) 5e
Oie month (26 insertions) 17o W ANTED Elderly lady to tare for
The Capital Journal will not be re- -l ild h,f 0WQ h""0 during
po-sibl. for more than on. insertion "hw W0'kiL Ad,?7?
errors ia CUusified. Advertisement. 49 " Journal-
Bead yosr advertisement the first day
tt appear, and notify us immediately. SALE-40 aer. farm, some of
",7 best land in Oregon, stock and crop
Minimum charge 15e. included, must be sold. B. F. D. 1.
. . .,, ., ' ,.. , box 42. Scio, Or, 7-21
FOE SALE Broilers. Phone 18FS. 7-13
' ' . 7T7Z , " FOB RENT Booms with running wa-
EAY pib'len utfi Phone 3F3. C ter rat if 0Csired.
C. Russell, Waconda. tf Mrfc w c Youn& 461 jj High.
FOB SALE Fresh cow end calf. Rt- Phone 1627' ; "
7, box 42. Phono 2500W4. 713 PURNL3aIEI) n0use for ret, close in..
., T , M during summer months, reasonable
FOB SALE - Loganberries small t n ph(mo 1351 A(Wrei
quaatates. Phone WO. 701 m- Liberty. 7-15
WANTED-16 ft. row boat Watt Shipp lost road from em Sunllay,
c- ' blue serge coat with R. P. note book
. . containing of E; P. Jory. Phone 88
MODERN three room apartment, ccn- p 7 in
tral, low rent. Phone 1681. 7-11 J
NICE ifive room bungalow for ront,
cheap. Phone 742. 7-11
PIGS for sole, 4 miles east of Salcon on
pen road. Geo. Haiin. 7-10
GRAIN hay for sale. M- H. Zontenwian
Bt. 2, box 141. Ml
list Is GlYen of Those Who
Made Subscriptions to
Tickets ia Advance
IX)R SALE Team of horses, weight
absut 2100 lbs.; also two milk cows,
one registered Jersey bull. Phone
53F6, J. li. Foster. 7-12
FOR SALE or exchange, a beautiful
summer home at Newport, Oregon.
Valley Real Estate Co., Carlton,
WANTED Strained honey in bulk.
- Cherry City Bakery Co. tf
HATE you wood sawing t Call phone
OOL. W. F. WRIGHT, the auctioneer
Turner, Oregon. Phone 59. tf
FOR SALE 5 A. improved, fruit
partly bearing; 3 cows, 2 horse har
' ness and buggy, about 13 tons of
1st ciass hay in barn, 10 A. rented
pasture joining. Would consider a
small outside property in Salem or
Ford auto in part. J. Warren C'tark,
Jefferson, Bt. 1, 5 miles north, 7-10
SALE Giving 14 quarts
Inquire 200 N. 16th in
.REMINGTON typewriter for sale. In
quire at Marion hotel barber shop.
FOR SALE Three tons fine -cheat
hay, $1 per ton iu field, three miles
cast of Salem. Phone 7&F15.
WANTED 6 Loganberry pickers, free
transportation, good berries. Phono
84F2 evenings. 7-10
WALL PAPER 15 cents per double roll
upward. Buren'a Furniture Store, 179
Commercial. . 'f
FIVE room: furnished flat with gar
den and yard. 1234 Court St. Phone
WANTED Machinist 65c, with
lathe experience. Electriciau, 50'Ac,
with motor winding experience.
.Blacksmith helper 53c, with general
experience. Working eight hours
daily, in shqp where many men are
employed. Strike on isn't bothering
us. West Linn mills producing full.
Address B. T. Mc-Bain, West Linn.
. YOTJNQ LADIES WANTED.
NO' EXPERIENCE REQUIRED.
PAID WHILE LEARNING.
RAPID INCREASE IN WAGES.
CALL AT TELEPHONE COMPANY.
170 NORTH LIBERTY tf
GIRL 17, bright, industrious, wishes
position, references. G. 17 care Jour
' -al .
WANTED Man and team, can make
from $8 to $950 per day. Call phone
HOUSEKEEPING apartments and
inirln rooms, nicely furnished; at
633 Ferry street.
TWO and three room furnished apart
ments. 491 N. Cottage. Phone 2203-
WANTED Mohair Kt East
Tannery, 25th and Oak St.
WANTED Fireman for saw mill; good
wages, steady work. Write to Wil
l.mnfk Vollpv T.n.miher Co.. Dallas,
rr . 7-10
WANTED Girl or woman for house-
work on farm, ail adults, treated as
member trf family. Apply 695 S. Com.
NOTICE TO- CONTRACTORS
'Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned will receive bids tip till 5
o'clock p. m. July 15, 1918, for the con
struction of a cement sidewalk to be
laid in front of the east 120 ft. of lot
4, block 54, Salem, Oregon, on Divis
Plans and specifications may be had
at recorder's office.
7-10 City Recorder.
On and-nfter AUGUST 1st the RE
TAIL BUSINESS at FRY'S DRUU
Store will be conducted on a CASH
BASIS. The scarcity of help, extra
work required in keeping accounts and
collecting same makes this change
necessary. We will continue to give a
5 per cent REBATE FOR CASH on all
goods handled by us, except PAINTS
DANTj J., FRY,
eod-tf 280 N. Commercial St.
All subscribers of Chautauqua tickets
are called to meet a representative of
Bilison-White at the Commercial club
this evening at 8 o'clock. Mr. Hurd
who is in general charge of tLt Ellison
White fnld work will speak on the
special features of tie Chautauqua.
Tha address will be especially for
those whj signed up and guaranteed to
take a certain number of tickets last
year at the close of the Chautauqua
and it was on their guaranteeing to
take these tickets that contracts were
entered into with Ellison-White.
A representative of Etlinon-Whitc
was in the city yesterday pi.tting out
window cards and other advertising
matter to call especial attention to the
- The following is a Hrt of those who
subscribed six tickets each for the
Chautauqua: E. T. Barnes, S. A,
Bennett. C. P. Bishop, Frank E. Brown,
D. C Burton, A. N. Push, R. H. Camp
bell, J. W. Carson, J. W. Carson, J. W.
Chamber. A. O. Davidson, W. A. Den
ton, H. i Epley, D. W. Eyre, Dr. M. C.
Findley, Dr. E. E.- Fisher, Mrs. E. E.
Fisher', Mrs. Fleming, Frank E. Frick
ey, Win. Gnhlsdorf, Dr. H. J. Garnjobst,
Oscar B. Gingrich, Dr. L. P. Griffith,
B. A. Harris, J; E. Hartwell, E. E.
Hazard. R. C. Henderson, R. J. Hend
ricks, U. G. Holt O. F. Hoover. Geo.
W. John Son & Co., T. B. Kay, Mrs. Wm.
E. Kirk, C. E. Knowland, J. J. Kraps,
J. B. Littler, Ivan G. Martin, Ivan G.
McDaniel, Wm. McGilchrist, Jr., M. L.
Meyers, W. W. Moore, Glen C. Niles,
C. J. Olmstead, Mrs. G. J. M. Page, E.
Cooke Patton, Rev. F. T. Porter, Dr.
B. F. Pound, Mrs. W. F. Proctor (ten
tickets), F. H. Reeves, E. R Ringo,
Mrs. W. W. Rosebraueh, C M. Roberts.
Roecrs IVioer Co.. Theo. Roth, Koyal
Cafeteria, Ethel Rupert, A. W. Shrunk,
P. E. Shnfer, Roy F. Shields, m. A.
Slaughter, W. L Staley, Rev. H. C.
Stover, Joy Turner, H. H. Vandervort,
Viek Bros., A. L. Wallace, Frank E.
Welles, Mrs. Geo. C. Wills, C. J.. Wilson.
Other subscribers pledged from one
to five tickets are as follows: jurs.
J. H. Albert. Mrs. W. G. Allen, A. C.
Barbur, Fred Barker, L. H. Barnett, J.
Baumeartner, James Best. J. E. Bourne,
Emma Brasher. D. T. Broom- Mrs. J. S.
Btfckner. G. F. Burn, Iris H. Butler,
Mrs. I. Campbell, B. F. Carlton, Dr. H
.T. (.'teinonls. Commercial Book Store
Mrs. W. I. Cook,. Bertha Junk Darby,
Mrs. Mark Elliott. Mrs. John Evans,
Dr. John Evans, Mrs. L. D. Fields, Mrs,
Anna Rogers Fish, R. B. Fleming, P. L.
Frazier. Hallie Gibson, Paul E. Hauser,
S. E. Howard, Mabel P. Hudelson, Jon
nie A. Jones, Mrs. D. P. Junk, R. P.
Kirby, Miss Myrtle Knowland, C. J.
Kiirth, Fred 8. Lamport, Walter lenon
John H. Lewis. Minetta Maeers, Wal
lace McCammant, Maggie J. McFadden,
Mrs; D. D. Olmstead, W. 11 farker, jr.
H. Reasoner, L. T Reynolds, William
Richmond. E. A. Rhoten, Mrs. N. Salo
mon, O. J. Ghei, F. E. Scofield, il. V.
Soeolofskv, John H. Scott, Beatrice
Shelton, S F. Sherwood, U. G. Ship
ley, R. O. Snelling, Mary J. Spicer,
Paul H. Staley, Mary L..L, marns, v. xi.
Steusloff, Herbert L. Stiff, The Spa,
Gideon Stolz, E. J. Swafford, Dr. F.
H. Thompson, Clara a. Ttiorp, Mrs. u.
Tillson, John a. loan, vm. a.
Trindle, A. J. Vick, Floriart Von Lsch-
en, Emma Walker, U .K watt, uamei
Webster, Geo. II. Weigle, Annora il.
Welch, John W. Welles, Fern Wells,
Chas. O. Wilson, S. E. Wolf, E. F.
Wright, Fred Zimmerman, and L. C.
Balding For Mechanical De
The school board of (fir tors broke
tha record last evening in attending
to tha bucinesa that came before the
session aod adjourning all within 40
It was decided to begin at once the
erection at the new building; for the
mechanical jdcpartnient. Plan were
submitted by Prof. Bergman who will
hava charge of this new owrk, for the
building 2 by 48 fee with tentative
plana for the placing of the marhinery.
It will be constructed of brick or con
crete and wiU be erevtcd oa the lot
adjoining- the high school south on
High street. On account of a large
tree the lot, it is probable tha bnild
ag wiU be set back about 20 feet from
The new macbiery and equipment
whkh will include a turning lathe,
forges, welding plant, benches, vices
and in faft everything that ia required
in an up to date machine shop. It is
the intention to instruct 'the boys to
do practical work in the repairing of
gasoline motors and all work done in
an average marhioo shop. The cost as
piovided in the scbedule for the plant
and machinery will amount to about
Mis Augusta . Undbloom, who ap
plied for . a position and was elected
on the teaching fore about four weeks
ago evidently continued to apply iVr
positions after she landed a joo witn
the Salem schools as test evening she
asked for a release and under the law
the school Iboard was obliged to grant
the request. She gat a better job in
Miss Vera Perkins was elected to a
position in the junior high school at.
a salary of a montn and miss ucr
tha C. Osborn to a position in the com
mercial department at a salary of $100
SATAN TO TAKE A
IIUCH jiEEDED RES!
Universal Ruin Awaits the
World at the Bcgiiiimxg of
WANTED Job in garage by young
local man 27 years of age. Had some
experience. Wish to learn automobile
.business. Phone 726M. 7-10
FOB RENT JJVrnishad house, for one
who want a first class place, hot
water heat, two fire places and com
pletely furnished throughout. Ad
dress Box 373, Salem, Or. tf
FOR SALE Studcbaker "30", new
tires and every part in the best of
condition. Must ell at once. $250
. ah take it. Call Highway Garage,
1000 S. Commercial Sit. tf
IS A. all in cultivation and crop, on
Pacifio highway, close to O. E. and
B. P. stations, a bargain at 90 per
acre. Terms. W. H. Grabenhorst, 275
PRUNE orchard, close in, sacrifice
ale, crop goes, trees loaded with
prunes; investigate this. Terms. Pric
ed right. W. H. Grabenhorst 4 Co.,
275 State SU "
WANTED Loganberry pickers, wood
and camp close in, Salem Heights,
end of car line 3. Com. St. M. F.
Woodward, Rt. S, box HI- Phone 113
FOB SALE-85 acres for sale, 'fully
equipped, would take small place
close in to (some town aa .part pay,
all new buildings; 65 aores in cul
tivation, (balance pasture, running
water; no white lanoV some timber.
Gek. Maxwell, Halsey, Or. 7-10
m.n FALSE TEETH wanted; doesn't
matter if broken. We pay yoa actual
yalne. We pay cash for old gold,
flilvm ft.nd nlatinnm. Send to " and
receive cash by return mail. If p"
is not satisfactory, we will return
teeth promptly upon request. Inter
Mtiinal Teeth Co., 305 Wert 42nd
St, New York.
at Turner Convention
The program for Thursday of the
28th annual convention of tne cmircn
of Christ, now in session in the Taber
naclc it Turner is as follows:
fi!.10. Devotional. E. R. Moon of
9:00. Bible study, "The Bible and the
Child," S. G. Buckner of Yaki
10:00. "Christian Stewardship,'' by C.
11:00. Lecture. "Robert Browning
Poet of Faith and Love," by H.
1:30. Song service.
1.40, Report of corresponding secre
tary C. T. Swander.
2:05. Report of Bible School Super
intendent, Mrs. Essen.
2:25. Report of Committees and clec
tioa of officers.
7-?.n Snnir service.
H.nn Sermon. "The Gospel of this
Age," by H. O. Breedon.
8:45. Stc;eoptican exhibit.
at Mitchel Funeral
Xew York. July 10. Joseph P. Tu-
muly, presidential secretary, will be here
tomorrow to personally represent Pres
ident Wilson- at the funeral of Former
Mnvor Mitchel. it was announced to
day by Robert Adamson, who has charge
of arrangements, in aauinua io x rcni
Jut Wilson's representative the Brit
ish ambassador, Lord Reading, will
.n Lieutenant General Bridges; the
Italian embassy will be represented by
npncral Guilclielmotti and tne irencn
embassy by General Tulasm.
Kaiser Still Bluffs
About Peace by Sword
Amsterdam, July 10. The
North German Gazette says that
$ the ktiser, on the contennial of
the foundation of the Prussian.
Elbing, telegraphed the district:
"The rural districts have
brilliantly proved their wrtb.
in the foundation of stores.
They will have great work to
accomplish when the iron com-
pulsion of our arms forces the
enemy to make the peace that
our people will require for free,
Is Safe In Berlin
Washington. July 10. ProfesstoT
Henry Emery is safe in Berlin, accod-
dna to a cable from the Spanish em
bassy in Berlin received at the state
department today. Professor Emery la
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in goc-a neuun ami i pcmm-icu w
move treely and ta cor-respona wren
neutrals', the cable said. The message
was in answer to queries from the
state department as to the safety of
Professor Emery, following reports wax
he was taken iprisoner by Germans
while engaged on a commercial mis
sion in Europe.
One German Leader
Sees the Truth Now
Amsterdam, July 10. "Those
most guilty of prolonging the
war are those who regard Am
erica's entrance with satisfac
tion and relief and who shout
ed prophecies, none of which is
true," declared Theodore Wolff,
writing in the Berlin Tsgeolatt.
Copenhagen, July 10. Genoi
al confusion roigned in the Ger
man rcichstag after Vice Chan
cellor Von Payer announced that
Foreign Minister Kuehlmann has
The socialists declared they
would not vote for the new war
loan unless the new foreign min
ister outlined his policies, where
upon the bill was sent back to
the committee to prevent pos
vuuu iiuiuc lie no
An order confirming the nle of four
lots in tha town o.f Buttevil'le was is
sued today, in the case of H, J. Be.ll
alis against Atnna Joh)nson, Julia
Johnson, Mr. and Mra. L. H. Wood
and Mr. and Mrs. Hope Purdy. The
price paid was $1351.52 and the court
decreed that this wa a fair and equit
able price. The lots were sold on execution.
Wooden Cars Blamed
for Railroad Accident
Nashiille, Tenn., July 10 Wooden
coac-hes were blamed today for most
of the 121 dead, killed in yesterday's
wreck of Nashville, Chattanooga and
SB. Louis passenger trains at Bosley
George L. Loyal is expected here
fom Washington -4onight to begin a
eileal investigation and fix individ
ual blame if xoible.
Two dollars a week allowance for
the sinpport of Viola Boebmke was al-
tina Boehmke, guardian. She had re
ceived $203.19 from the child's estate
and asked that" from the estate of her
husband, deceased, that she be allowed
this weekly amount or two aoiiars.
A marriaae license woa issued yes
terday evening to Walter Robert Nu-
soun. 24. oi uervais ana rjeaircce Aaau
Thurman, 21, of Gorvaia. They were
' In the circuit court, a default was
entered in the case of Bertha E. Ma
tin, against William E. Mallory, Rosa
M. Mallory, C. E. Mallory, John A.
Rolling's Sons and the Newberg Hop
company for the um of $10,984.30. The
suit was one of a mortgage foreclos
ure and sale of land by the sheriff of
159 acres, parts of sections 29, JU, 61
and 32, Tp- 3, . a. z w.
A demurrer was filed in the case
of Flora M. Butsch against .Matthew
Butsch, in which the -defendant de
murs to the complaint alleging that
same did ncit cover facts sufficient to
cnnstitmfco a suit.
late this afternoon to the city hall to
lis in state until tomorrow morning.
The eoffin. it was announced,, will not
be opened, owig te the nature of the
injuries which resulted in the former
mavor's death. The procession, which
will leave City Hall for St. Patrick's
cathedral, will have only one vehicle in
its line the eun caisson on which the
v. ,.f tha AraA ovi at nr will rest. The!
1bas3V oy wencrai miasm. i v . .,, ,
ti lmflt nf Maior Mitchel will be I remainder of the eortege will proceed
removed from the home of his mother afoot.
"THERES A REASON
"Whew Christ returns to this earth
as king- of kings and Lord of lords
the Devil will be given a much need
ed vacation. Then or the first time
in all history the wicked will be at
peace among themselves, for they will
be lying dead among tie ruins of the
iitiej and the nations of the world.
The righteous will be taken with th'e
Lord to heaven, and Satan will be
bound io the chaos of this old world
for a thousand years. Then Satan and
all sis wicked hosts wilt be destroyed,
the earth will be renewed in all its
Edenie. beauty and become the ever
lasting dwelling place of the people of
Such were some of the startling
statements made by Evangelist Phil
C. Haywardi in hie prophetic lecture on
the millennium in the Hayward Dick
son tent on Court street last night.
And he suiKirted these declarations
by reading clear cut statements from
the Bible whuib snow that all scnesues
for a temporal millennium are but vis
ionary deceptions, designed by the evil
one to lull unthinking persons into a
sense of security.
"All hopes for an unbroken reign
otf peace to follow this war goes a glim
mering when we realize that the sel
fishness and greed of evil men, and
the limil.lese ambitions of designing
rulers makes continued peace an im
possibility. President Wilson has de
clared that the peace which shall end
this war 'must be a lasting peace, one
which does not contain the germ of
new wars.' But as we turn to the Bi
ble and Ito all human experience we
know that the germ of all wars is sin,
and until the hearts of a sinful human
race are changed to be like that of
the Prince of Peace, lasting peaco
will be impossible.
Millennium Usliered In Dy war
1 'For when they shall say, peace
and safety; then sudden dcstrucrion
eometh upon them ' says the Bible.
And we know from the context that
tHia rmtWtt tn thA .ti.mn nf the end. The
prophet Jeremiah also, referring to the
day of the Lord, said, " A noise snail
come even to the end of the earth, for
the Lord hath a controversy with the
nations. . . . ihe will give them that
are wicked to the sword. And the slain
of the Lord shall be at that day from
one end of the earth even to the other
end of the earth; they shall not be
lamented, neither gl!bered nor bur
ied; they shall be dung upon the
ground.' And Isaiah adds, 'And it
shall come to pass in that day, that
the Lord shall punish the host of the
httgh ones that are on nigh, ana tne
kings of the earth upon the earth. '
"To this testimony another prophet,
Zchpaniiah, adds, 'That day is a day
of wrath, a day of trouble and distress,
a day of wasteness and desolation,
. . . a day of trnmtpet and alarm, . . .
And I will bring distress upon men,
and they shall walk like blind men,
because they have sinned against the
Lord, and ttheir blood shall be poured
out a dust, aud their flesh as the
Christ Comes In Vengence
"The New Testament also bears out
the predictions of all the Old Testa
ment prophecies concerning the mil
lennium. We read in the first chapter
of second Thessalouians, 'Seeing iit is
a righteous flung with God to recom
pense tribulation to them that trouble
yon when tho.Lord Jeens shall bo re
vealed from heaven' with his mighty
angels, in floiming fire taking vengence
on them, thalt know no God, -and that
obey not the gospel of our Lord Jesus
Christ: who shall Be puiwsnea wnn
everlasting destruction from the pres
ence of the Lord, and1 from tne glory
of IIijs power when he shall come.' so
it is plain, whatever man limy say
about) it, thalt the. coming of Jesus
Christ, to this earth will be in a time
of trouble aud destmcf ikin.
The Dead Shall be Raised
"Another even of great interest
which marks the 'beginning of the mil
lennium and tho second coming of
Jesus Christ will be the resurrection
of the righteous dead. Although Jesus
declared that all the dead should be
raised, yet they do not all como up at
tho same time. We read, 'For -the Lord
himself shall descend fim heaven
with a shout, with the voice of the
archangel, and with the trump of
God; and the dead in Christ shall rise
"It wiill bo clear to you all that af
ter the dead in Christ have been rais
ed only the wicked dead remain in the
. . . . . , I,
graves. Andi oi mese we reuu in m:vo
lationi 20:5, 'But the rest of the dead
lived not again until the thonsaiur
years were finished.' So there is a
thousand years intervene between, the
lesurredtion of tho righteous and the
resurrection of the wicked, llus is the
The Earth Made New
"After the thousand yearn of deso
lation, while the saints are in heaven
anil the ww-ked in their graves, the
wicked are to be raised to Kfc anain,
Satan will be loosed for a litltle while,
Hev. 20:3, and then the most glorious
of all event will transpire. Fire will
come down frdra God out of heaven
and destroy Satan and all the wicked
ones, roots and branch. The elements
shall inert with the great heat, and
the earth and all the works- that are
therein shall be burned up. 'Never
theless wo, according to his promise,
look for new heavens and a new earth,
wherein drwe-lleth, righteousness.' I Pe
ter 3:7 13. And then .the New Jerusa
lem comes down from God out of heav
en and becomes the capital city of the
new world, and there the righteous
shall dwell, 'And there shalr be no
more death,' and. 'the inhabitant shall
not say, I am sick,' and 'God himsftlf
shall dwell with them, and be their
, A Clean World
"It will be worth a great deal to
have a home in that blessed land," de
clared Evangelist Hayward in closing
h; "marks. " for only the rignteous
and peacefully inclined will be thzre.
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1 War Summary of United Press I
l'43Sth Day of the War, 112th Day of the Big Offensive
PLcardy front German artillory bo-
gan bombarding the British line along
'a ton mile front between the Ancre,
and Villers-Brettonmeux this morning,
following repulse of Gierman attacks
south of the Soinime last night. Enemy
'guns also were atetive north of Mont-
Flanders front British troops ad
vanced their lines slightly neur Mer
ri, taking several prisoners. .
Marne front Artillery filing occur
red south of the Aien-e, near thavigny
Champagne front French took pris
oners in raids.
Busmar The murder of Ambassador
Minbach is rejpor.tcd to have been the
first step in a Russian terrorist plot
for killing the other Germans respon
sible for Russia's predicament th
'knilser, IliiwMuburg, ILudendofff kind
Belgium A daylight raid on an am
bulance station at Lapanne by German
airmen resumed in tho death ot 04
Tho scriptures tell u that the fearful
and unbelieving, and whoyremongers
and sorcerers, and idolaters and all
liars shall have .'.he-ir part in the lake
of fire. What manner of persons, then,
ought we to bel The Holy Spirit teach
es im that today is the day of nalva-tion
After this life nothing remains ut the
judgment, and itho final reward eithet
for good or ill "
Tho large audience which completely
filled the big tent listened attentively
as the speaker oloqucntly exhorted his
hearers to yield to Christ that they
might bo His at His coming.
Wednesday night Mr. Dickson will
take up that absorbingly intcicstig sub
ject, Heaven, Hell, Purgatory, Where
ho deaiH Evangelists Hayward
and Didkson iavlte questions at any of
their services,' and the p"blie i in
vited to get the benefit of the services
of these Bible teachers while they are
Turkeiy "ontanitiiiopl9 was bombed
by five allied airmen Sunday. Th
Turkish war officio repotted "no dam
age. ' '
Tone In Wall Street
New York.- July 10. The New York
Evening Suii financial review today,
A moderately firm tone was display
ed nutr'dnys narrow, dull and sluggish
market iii tho New York stpek ex
change until itho la few minutes,
-when a wave of srlliing of tobacco is
sues caused a general decline. Tha ear
lier advance in prices was generally. ,
fractional. The rail stocks gave the
best aipiieamwe of sustained strong
Prices drillW aimlcsfly in. the laW
trading until itliu lust few minutes,
when a slump tux point break from the
day's hijh iu American Sumatra
brought the igcn-eral list fractionally
bylaw tho best prices uf the dny and
in sumo coses below the previous cIwho.
Marine preferred lost more than a
jtoiiit- Tho rail list hold steady, nhow
in' a small gain for the- day.
Gets Ten Hun Planes
Paris, July 10. Lieutenant
David E. Putnam of Brookline,
Mass., is now loading American
ace, being officially, credited
with ten victories. He brought
down seven Gorman machines
during June, thus equalling the
record for one month made by
Walker VtMtesiue and Valentine Grant
FREDERICK ARNOLD RUMMER'S SENSATIONAL
DRAMA OF MARTYRED BELGIUM
LIBERTY Nheatre, Starting Thursday