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i MARKET FVE KYThINC M.H IY/LL'ARAS Ff 1 * ■ GREETINGS To All "Home Comers," And "Old Customers find a hearty welcome awaitin 0 Come in and " welcome. ill h in general, you w you here. ir »! Saturday 10 p. m. Store Closes 5.30 p. m. 605-607-609 Harket Street Which is Nearer Maine or Maryland? Why Do Not Delaware Saloon Advocates Compare • Delaware Conditions —with Maryland Conditions ? Maine is a Long Way Off Maryland is Near ! Wiiy Tills Interest tn Maine ? Why This SUence About Maryland ? Speaking of Maine, how is it that Maine has $22,O0O.(MX) more in her Savings Banks than Ohio, with five times the population ? •y & 9 At AH Times SPRING SUMMER FALL and WINTER You Can «uy GOOD COAL At Our Yards Ttionc Consumers Ice & Coal Co«. OHiff, Second and King SN. Phears, 0. ft A. Î005. OHmervia 1616. UnloB X. K Church this-eVtmtng be the sconr of one of the prettiest weddings of the season, when Mi«« Emtn» T. Albert, daughter of Mrs. Margaret Albert, of No. »II «arrtson strsot, will be married p> Irvin ■ ITlon, son of Mr and lyir* Wttliuiu If. Winn, of Newport. The ermnerfy wilt Wgirtormeil at 7 o'clock by the pastor.jhls FLINN-ALBERT WEDDING TO-NIGHT \ A RIGHT ROYAL WELCOME Greeting :— « s • All Ye Oldc Blue Hen'* Chickens are Asked to Boost in Our Store While Ye Are in Ye Oldc 2 owne of Wilmington. Present Your selves for Acquaintance. By Or der ot Ye Miller Bros. Co. Boston Clothing House 213 Market Street Another Liquor Lie Nailed If the Pertlend, (Me.) Express ie a "rebid Prohibition organ" aa stat ed by the liquor men, and that va riety does not suit tho people of the Pine Tree State, How does it Happen? that the Exprsas has the largest cir culation of any Maine, exceeding by one-third tho combined circulation of all other Portland Daily Newspapers? Such is tho fact. GEORGE W. NORTON, Editor Portland Evening Express. daily paper in — tho Hf v St M Pllihurd- - The bride «ill he glen away by her There will be no bridesmaid Mrs. William L. Ricking, la sister of the bride, will be matroa of honor, and the flower girl will b<- lit [tie Miss Maybelle Goppage. the da ugh 'ter of Mr. and Mrs. Denver Coppa«' The bride «111 wear chiffon with »J* tulle vefl caught up with lilies of the valley, and will caAry a bouquet ot bride's rose». Tho matron of honor - twill wear chlffonette and will carry 1 rer girl will be mother. or best man. pink roses. The lb drv»ss«d Ui while. The church hus been lavishly doooruted with pink and white chrysanthemums, carrying out th» color »eherne of pink and white. The wedding music will be played by Miss Elisabeth Hurling Johnson. Immediately after the ceremony » famlly reception will be held In tb.» home of the bride's mother. Guests will bo present from Philadelphia, Wash ington, Missouri, Erie. PH and New port ft upper will he served by Bet*. To-ulght tbe (ample will leave for a kMieynots four In the South, return m two weeks to take up their home ' in Newport. Miss Albert Is a graduate of the Training School for Nurses at the Delaware Hospital, and h»» n host >f rrbratl» Mr. rilnn I» a graduate *f th„ Wilmington High School arid Is I a edtutty I'nited Stales marshal under J father. i BIG JOINT DEBATE AT EZION CHURCH (Continu««! From First Page.) negative, and SJr. MuUr-r lilte-n mUrules in closing. Mr*. 'Muller opened by declar Ins Unit he wi.it not the trleml ami advo «l» of liitemrerum;e. crMtted for tbe purin ee of us its Mh di vinely given attribut*» for the be t »Ibltf use for which he should be held le H f rralbte end to »Irrt •ecmmtabl Ity. In teniperkncs or execs* i n anything, lie held : to be abhorrent in the itgttt of Scripture i The drunkard and the glutton shutl cotre to Poverty and tho drowsy shall be cloth- I ed in rttss. he quoted from Scriptuie.' Tln.-n he déchu ed "tbess ia nothin* lit Hrriprore tl.at denounces use. le fakl man whs pOH- ; sin' the moderation, of strong drink, any more than Hier« Is In tho use of any oth. r ihm*. "If words moan anything." Mr. Mull r "Christ lUnwelf, wild. «nid M« drarrk wine.** Mi. Muller cantOBdad that the-highest standard of manhood Is Um siblljty of man to be tire iwastor of h* own mind | to be the muster of his own destiny w.th- ; out Deng controlled by law or lore* oui the part of his fellow man. He de, la ed hut many Chrtsth,,, men h..d forgotten I tt.ls strungth of man's personal win power i and charged the »»*,„ ,)*„ ^ mitn wUll huln« digressed from the taaehln^rf 'be Son of Ho, I |„ t h s particular»,, p*sa .|«1 for Indepemlenee by l,he In^i-1 dual man. He -dmKted that excess«, m b« use strong drink were to h« *e Kreued. and declared ths. Ivod , m „,o nee., <U„ u,. r falsity of the ,„er h „ riH Pr „. p,.»ul for mtttgaiIn* the evil he yet be support ng the cause of „„ |J£[l tiô r 'i S *"' l, ' r lh, n deeiwrei that prohlbl " aga.nst the sole B f f ,, u >r h td never ie, prm ., d th „ m „ rB , ^ the .«ws^rV! , rU" ,,, " ,,, " H ' ; " ' n Wh,Ch . ...dared fa.se J, from "su'oHÎdtaln "*« **** ' n, ' u " lly «hohoftam. He Held c«msus s atis t '* show rriat for tho years preceding only about 4.a«o men ' unnuully from Ibis cause. Mr. T rail factories you lhat siny wunnu. corset ... . waists cause more d(Tease and death than all the slid' e Thl "r" 1 ™' rH " nn "»mblned," he Sgld. This remark convulsed the audl encs with laughter. Discussing tbe subject from cation»] viewpoint, Mr. the edn w I- ■ ! Muller declared hat Main« paid its school teachers on an average of «to jess than Delaware pays her teachers per month. the Viewpoint of morality, ««Id prohibition In Maine divorce», in proportion From Mr Muller cause» more .. _ .. - Si to population, than license doe» ln »ny other State In the Union. In Maine, and l "' declared. Do you think Maine is a Slate to be patterned after; a State to he pointed to protects the home? One to every 7 families >ne to every 55 In Del». us one that If license States are superior in their moral«. If Mnino Is In every way better States, there 1» than other no reason why you should not vote against license. "If you vote out this business," Mr. Muller continued, "you will vote out a business ihm sp.-nds quarter millions annually, $U'4,OftO In licenses, fees „ and Taxes. $544,000 In wages, and buys $331,000 farm products, that If there were no five and one worth of l have heard men s*v saloons men would have more money. If you do not have saloon» you will have speak eeeles." "We have got them now," shouted a "dry" In the ayUlçuce. " ,, _ -. . "Tl»«n «nfnive- the Tgjv -JVgdU'iÄ 'tlH-m rather than n»k flop more taw," Mr. Muller ropfled. * "They have never been shut out." Ir - terniptrd another fellow "Not Maine I* full of speakeasies, kitchen bars and boot legs Moreover, children are sent out with the Jug tn bring liquor to the parents." rejoined Mr. Muller, "and that will he the con dition In Delaware If you vote out the saloon," remarked Mr. Muller. Then the speeker referred to condi tion. In Delawai'S in IHâü, under'local option, when 704 Indk-tmen«» ■ were re turnt'd ar«tn«t men fior soiling Hquor w ' ,h ™' '"" ve th "f e *" the r ' sht to a * k ,he P T ,,le , to T , a '"T* ' .' Um ' ' he «•»'*' '« J 1 * 1 "!' t,u ' y T>rohtbWon t» Thto la mB a g.matton of mmirarance or Intempérance. Mr. Mul •'but on.-of license or ni Mr ' rtn<1 1 *>*•* |. he l * cc W ,>n r ' 'ector Replies A? Jrr ' I,er,nr iU '° 8, ' Xn ro ' ,ly au ' 0 sont up a l h, * pl ' that shook th * bujldtng, "1 want to flrsl make answer to some [of the statements of my friend," said 1 MY. Hector. In opening. "Thunk God I also have been to the office of the clerk] cheered as though knowing what was coming. ' Don't applaud," shunted Mr. Hector, "let me talk to you." Then t!, '* speaker declared that Ihe records <>f r '«"rk of Ihe Peat- ■ Quigley for the S^ar 1*5«. when the State was "dry," »bowed that the Now Castle county -raiul Jurj' returned only 509 indict "«'»1». last ad of 701. of which nutn *»•'■ *' nga'ust 17 persons accused " r selling liquor without a license ! That's as true as there 1» u Giid <n | heaven." shouted Mr Hector, above thei »I'I'lause "And only 4« i>er«o«is '•* j Close two years were accused of selling Mquor Illegally and one of those per jtons had ?. Indlctmonts against him," dcelared the speaker. I ilowed $3.5« for every Indictment he » cured against a mail "You understand] now why there were so many Uidlct ments returned In those prohibition days, " he said. Mr. Hector adgutted that Christ came 'cai.ng and dnnklng.' but de clared that Mr Muller being » tlan minister, knew that there were two kinds of wines In those days, one of] which represented the blood of Chris.', "Was that alcoholic?" he ashed "He of the peace." Then the audience again 1 Then Mr. Hector declared that the large number of Indictments returned ln 1S5« was due to the fact that the [attorney-general of the period was »>- | knows It was not." Mr Hector an-j swered "Hc says wo cannot put Iws on the s.H.u.c becks to keep men sober. t; would like t«> know why we can't put laws on statute books to make men sober if wc can put laws there to make! them drunken. "And he tells you that pulse. sn'Ik and water and other dainty things make you weak and puny. Poor créa- : turcs that we are. Look al nw!" (Mr. Hector »lands « feet high and weighs : « pound».! The crowd laugh ciooe to ed heartily. "\Ve have beeu tol l about the we men of Maine." Mr Hector continued •** '*• * b'»-' t'*! *h«B| i%'»hTV» Th<* Mloon Is the place whtre fallen wo E. B. RILEY t ! Greetings to all old Home Day v is it or s and their Hosts. j 228-230 KING ST. Mr. He dor eungratuialed the man who draft«-! thé Dikntrt UwaJ opt but men Dtngogut«." •Her penalties are proper," hoi* Then Mr. Hector declared lUat i | aw the iaw that s»utd» to jail the man who BelU . tron g drink as well us the man who steals a ho.se, is a **4 law. I I will si ck to Delaware; 1 11 not monk, y with Maine," Mr. Hector continued, Th( , (l he dC(lUired ttlBt r ,i »„stness men of Milford had certified that dor ,„ K u.e five months the saloons • were c|.»ad there Iheru were but five rents, whereas in live months, un.lrr license there were 56 arrests. "1 want,"' Mr. Muller to reply to that statement h! s closing remarks." remarked Mr. Mr Hector declared the lln.tor f|c to be worse than slavery and 'ike slavery it would «vent .tally be abolish ^ a „*. t- , nt y the AfrVun. ^ 1 " ;U ° r "Ä STSÄ £*T HI«* F-m * r Sw,mt * T ' *Uo, In a Dover address. Is said »•> liave threatened the negi'oas of Kent county wtth ■. lief ran, blaenient unless tliey vate atainet ih'onwi- ( •• "1 believe Mr. Allee made that rc . . mark In tie Interest of the whiskey men." he said. "The black men of this eountrv will b« Jim-crowed unless the low never down drunken negro does It." declared Mr. Hector. Referring to a recent advertisement of the license committee, Mr. Heeiar asked: '*"* WM m «*& »n«. riMPj I use the name of KoonrveU to aroiise your hatred against prohibition. dldn't they ouote the name of perhaus America's greatest man—Abraham Lincoln, who «tertolned Krederlck Douglass, and Lincoln .tklnt <)r.«« wine, either, but on t'*e other hand de dared that this connu v would be the grandest country under the mm U thu sin of inlenmcran#. «as not so »WÄk • Whv didn't they uuote Lincoln, who freed the home. Instead of Loosevelt, who chases a lame boar through a Soulbern forest. Then MŸ. Hector cffile.l on the wives and mother» In the aiuVlence who had benefllfed by the saloon to stand. Then he declared that present dttV Ilduor' Is not made of grain but of chemicals the farmer won't loose . i. to_ il«..«. rapcl. after all If you vote llm.or out. «laverv was right. 1,1 , ' . ' , friends. there is going to . ,,..|bg ' m know the wealth of the brewers and Washington' dore Roosevelt, who .Links and added, "so my funeral here next Tnesdliy. the forces against u» are strong the distiller* I» a mighty force, but the «Tod, whose Gospel 1 love I preach, is stronger than them all. and çatvation, 1 1 to tbe music of our soul's Ill idlirch to the hwHot b*ix on W'C next Tiirs 'av, and there before Ge 1 j (ho sign of the and conscience use cross, tbe emblem of the world's re demption. a» the means of crushing Ihe truffle tn tbl» Stute. I In closing Mr Hector said his only!*" bov had committed some horribl * crime ssMIe under, jtbe liffinence ttf . __vvi.iio ih. hl.y is being cauulry by offleer» ° u . -* ■ Hector 4. dvm-I Of a broken heart. In,, her delirium she «sh« f-r her boy. "Can vou ask me to support an tut Ion that not only ruins my hoy and breaks « n'other's heart, but will riiir. ; some other boy and break some oilier ' mother's heart?" When Mr. Hector | »at down Mr. he was weening. Muller Introduced Vils last 15 | minutes' talk by remarking: "If my : hoy was a criminal, and I believed as j the licensed hpr (l f persons In the front scats sturt Mr Hector docs, that saloon was the cause. I would come to ! you with all the solemnity of a matt liefere the Judgment seal, and not with r ne «olios at » clown. ' The friends of Mr. Hector hissed, and a large num- I »j to leave fie church, but were pro - j vailed ii'sm by Mr. Hector to remain, Continuing Mr. Muller said he would rather risk his 1 k>V In a license town than hi a no-Ucouse town. elarcl that be bad known 11-year-oM iiovs in Portland. Maine, to be Intoxi cased, an ' under tb«L «-»lem you pro , H M . this 8*»U*#on/lk>ys will be ip (»Unitelc greater danger of being ril | nPr | than they are tinder the present yyatem." Roglying tu Mr. Hector's reference c„ Mr. Allee. Mr. Muller denied that tho PovorUe had made the statement in interest of the anti-license t.i-n j ,, f tll „ stale. 'Ho's 4et»S »B in his Isiwor to secure no-llcense on n«sl j Tueudav." Mr. Muller said. In summing up Mr. whether it was net better to have, , lrurkwlll ,. H s under license than under I ^ M . „ r , v .„ n„ aVo aske 1 If the pen- j w in , to ln fllct on themselves a which would in< reuse crime f 10 to 100 1M . r vent, and closed by , l l in thu , lf they vote npalnst h ls)ndUor , will prevail, ^ will belong to " Ho de Muller asked you," he concluded. Headaches and Nauralgia from Colds HROMti Quinine. the LAXATIVE world Wide Gold and Grip remedy re «*«**■ OsH f<«r full «»me. f»*k fw K ' r,,V ^ Races War* Postponed. Owing to the bud condition of the [track Ihe int.r-city umM« w«c I Y*'**' ' : ' grounds yesterday wore postponed until Saturday afternoon Among the starter» will be Dr II. D Harne« Ar butur. I Whales and Dolphin«. Whether vbsles and dolphins ever Bleep obserranon so far bus been ws ! abls to discover i « %~i.uk* uluAUmi ■U3 3BT HOME COMING DAY WILL SOON BE HERE (Coati.uwd From First Pace) Pa nr B, Milford, road,'8.37 a, in.; Pennsylvania rails Company O. Dover, j'J.ffi a. rn,; Company E,Newark'c.'en '1er. 13.14 a. tu.; Company H, New Cos tic. trolley. II a . In. Returning ta home stations c.om punies will leave Wilmington as fol jtows; Companies B and G, II.Jo p. Company II, 11 p. 3D a. m., November 1st. The out-of-town militiaman wilt b° served with rations at ihe Armory, and will h" shown m ; m.; Company E, an enojyable lime by th# Ir Wilmington comrades. Pestmast r Henry C. Con rid is to nmreh at the head of îhc letter-car riers. He has been appointed an able to Chief Marshal Postles. Sasse will he marshal Omrgo W. f the carriers, who will be headed by the famous Let l«r-Carriers' Band, of Philadelphia, 1 Delawar« < oil g« cadets - also 111 ne In the procession, along with tbe various lire companies, each head ed by a band. : No Campaign Bann.ra „ , T ' VTS??" 1 « arn, val at night hl " f Marah" 1 " *''"•1 <'xpects that be «"'< :, ' 0n ° Persons will b., *° lln , e ' 1 h,> committee has deckled to Pf'mlt no advertising floats or cam P*'»" w transpurem laa la the »r-'" * ht ' U . lH '■»*' r l " "* m ' 1 haVB L H , " the pro. esslon. "*55" n u, £ ov " r "' e railroad and ovfr Uio Philadelphia and 'T . ' .i,,,,.',, J*,.., ''' S , . uatj , .. ul ' "* '} **" n |viu eo that il! ™ T* I Market street Is be r.^ed off dur to-day and will be decorated. To R»viow Parades Two largo rooms have been engaged jat the Clayton House for the use of Laovernor La-a and his staff to-morrow, and It Is expected that the governor wU1 , mik ,. that his official headquarters during tho day. Und« r the arrangements which have hef .„ p i anne d. Governor Dca. his staff, Mayor Wilson and other officials, to review front of TV- City Hall, after which tlu-y are the afternoon parade In »III ... W,„hln„.,., Heights „ , J, | the dress parade of the First Delaware äst The governor will give a reception rroni 6 3Q to 8 o'clock at 1.1» home 'o members of his staff, state and city <|©l(alff. members of tho joint Hallow le 'en committee and a few guests. Souvenir venders nre Invading th-.£ city and badges and buff,ms for lh occasion are now being sold. The fa vorite badge is a button agulns a small flag. ---— HINDU IDOL MYSTIFIES ( BY STRANGE ACTIONS.!™;' At the Garrick Theatre I ds week there Is appearing Manck «hah. the, original Hindu necromancey. who Is .mystify lug th. audiences by Ihe work ** Avtar, the Hindoo idal. The Idol, Shah dec Lues, is nothing r.iure than »ist of a Hindu wonmn mad. of I'™"' 1 , " ,l ' 1 piaster but which secolngb :«Miy the powers of lnt9llicence pons» m*». K by , hf huuuu| Tim Idol selects figures, does remark abto suras, and also an;. wer» tyuoati ms ntids of the head. The Idol | a st night predicted that Kent and Sussex icounties will go dry. rural New t'astl copnty is in dout, and Wilmington ill go "wet' on November 5. Masquerade at Country Rink. Tocu-.Li t'n lirsi of the llallowa'en the marquer,-nies will be given Country Koller Rink at Hrnndvwinc at Springs to accommodate those of the skaters who desire to (mWo-iuate In the mummer» parade on Thursday and Thursday night a similar carnival given for the Kennen Square *hich the people Invited and on acooutn of the parade e"['îaeè"^,,ni to" 'en' the people to enjoy the sports n ^ fin , ah at tlle rtnk whlch w ,,„ he , Uept opB „ llnt „ ml dnight. The ln»t)-. lf ,| )0 pi rt>t Inianfry Band ha« in ,p Pt , IK to the Country Rink an ,j ri-imd,- are In allendKnce nhrhtly, the afternoons being devoted to Instruction. •! — TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.; —. >Dlt SALB!— On» good driving horse, 5 harness. A bargain for the buyer. Kifth «venue ami Htown street. C. D. Kbarple-s, ' *ty yecirs old. well bnkm, also buggy and NOTICE—All member» of the Union F're Company «r* requested to be at ihe engine hon by order of Ihe Chief Marshal. at 12.:» •Vloek lo-inorrow ..»-It FOR SALE- Two rtrtv ng horses, 4 leather lop buggies and 3 run abonls. J. i»'-3t H. Polk, Newport, Del. A t i _ & * A * TÎ? T;î. ? ffa fj? r^? ^ 4 ir ir i* *tiriri* X 4 Home Comers A 4 4 ♦ 4? Should Visit Home Scenes -VIA The People's Railway Company 4 ♦ * « ♦ T* W * $. Lastlake Line Rising Sun Line Springs Line Rockford Park Line . at Covers all sections of North Wilmington. Bancroft,',» Mills, dnPont's Powder Mills and ^ the Historic Brandywine. Castle County WorkhotiEtf ahd the 4^ Famous Brandywine Springs, t 1 S' 1 a A f New « * a W' The Water Tower and Rockford'^ferit. A A * See Wilmington Before You Go Home t * :j9 H V » Wtm ISQ n » J niff** 7 JS [II AS 5KB mm $ «I««' i' ■ gw 'i $ •:..y ♦ 1 ■ 1 f .»] ÏS * H dXtT-M*!«!*., lA*f; $ *ri ; ÏJI il* c) ijr i i'4t9 ■rMiKaifc * BAKER CALLS * nrtllin ■ rmt Iwlwl 1 I I L.MSI «L.ILL. *Ji I " ul . Women's suffrage Is coming just tmaam.. •T understand that to-murrow even (Continued From First Page.) with Indinnv, t'hinese hr.I idiots, un «bfe to protect your homes. .same. ing the dignified ghcriff from Portland 1 am very much sur He very atr. nu-| will speak here, prised lo hecr that, ously ohjeeted to people outside of 0' e If State of Maine going up there and In terfering with their affairs. H >'s (or gotleh that. Another thing: They have à Sturgis Commission In Maine, a sort of constabulai y, created by the State to enforce rhe prohibition laws. Mr. Pen nell doesn't like that commission. We He and his as said so on the stump, sociales said ll was a. spy. systcjpj • Now. then, what a its , Mr. Pennell doing at Harrison Street Church last night at a meeting of women" opposed b he ought not to practice it In Delaware. It I» at a meeting any spy system In Maine. J d , fhr ,.,, g el «tlemen . . , ..-rertained who he was. took a look at him in the '' ,, , anr1 f „u„d that It was tho dlg <h ' pr) ff Imm Maine. 1 am glad V.-, h..rt I» here He will H ^ t0 ' taX< f, HC k some Interesting r fl , r the newspapers of [;*" ,, . At the conclusion _ How do we of Dr. Raker's nd •eplled to the c. t mlUec s r, piest that he tel! j 1 ' ,• ,,r nc'a vai-e what he saw tl P ''* P '' t ', h ' t ' i;i '- in Salisbury, WÎ1 0 , P' e I» Ity of only 7000 peo wlth only three policemen. vacant house. Id: "1 saw a He I saw I did city without a And one spcAk.-asy, thank God. l. shut that up, and it Is still shut «1»J II saw that speakeasy, provided wuh Wilmington liquor. I **»w judge who proprietor $50 arid gave nlm | month« in the worWiouae. and I xsho would enforce the fined that I three found » judge laws against « white man the same as DEATHS. Exek.sl V/heatley. John Fiener, Cecelia Kennedy. Vietorone B. Woodward. Wooddale. B. Woodward. on WOODWARD Near October 2«, Vletorene * aged vg years. . Relatives end friends are Invited In attend the funeral from the residence of lier son-in-law. William Moore, on Services nt Interment at Hock ?.l Saturday. November the house nt 1.3'L ' H,n WHEATLEY Ôn th^ !«h Ib»L. ■»- j Wheatle,. - ■ ftetul* os and friend, are Invited td attend the funeral servies at 1 os lat ^ r«si<lera-e, t hi lsliKiia. 1 el . n • • v Neveml^r 1. V.»«-. at 1 p. m. Interment :,t Rlvcrvlew cerecterv.-, train I'.irriages will meet at : Undertaker Ù Embalmer No. *14 W. Ninth Street. day or nlt'ht. Houses, Hotels chandler Circfi. nt reunion Bodies 1» Loaning sad Hospitals removed and cared for claimed. Carriage» furnished. AWPoIntm»"' \ flret-c'*»H. Both Phon«» HARVEY E. NICHOLS Undertaker and Fmbalmer Office and Resideuçs No. 228 Madison Street Both Phones I ho would against a black man. TÄ« Is what 1 saw." y 'V'* 1 - 1 .'.K'-allsric« s(towing, site lie. lured, 'ke sulpon '-rented ft dob; for, the . f people of. New t'ustle county, paid opur third of it and left two-ihin}« to JB paid by the people. She declared fejpKt for every dollar tu charity hoasl,fdJby the saloon It made .a demand for,.tup dollars. "They t<'l us what thcy..^:l,ye I the church, but let me tell you (liai church ttiab can't axial wlthuiit.thn revenue of h« litiuor-1 1 alHc oaaat to die, !»"<. tke sooner It dies tho bett-er." The Rev. Father T emtio made a characteristically vigorous odd re»». Ht said In part; "Vou kno«; the Urandy win« flows Into -the Chrkitbcna. xlwr, Thd you ever Think of that? Well, we're going to clump it in therç 'ne-gt Tuesday.- We've got to put out the fire. Whlskey.is. hot; It burns We've f got tfc get Vollmldefs aivl turn libsl* oh, il. ypa.ean,bu|l<) up a buruertpiown city, 'b«h • you- cair't rebuild »-burned down soul." At the close of his remarks Fattier Temple asltod all to rise while he said a prayer for the success of prohlbl j ' I RUSSIAN CREW ATTACKS A CITY By THE JOURNAL'S Spec »1 Wire. TOKIO, Oct. ;!0.--The Jijl to-day publishes a despatch from Vladivo stok, saying that the crew* of two Russian torpedo boats there mutinied and attacked the city from the sea. The soldier« garrisoning the fortrehs. It was added, responded with a brisk r.-e, which resulted In one of the tor pedo boats being disabled. The cas- * unities and amount of damage done were not known. < Let Every Blue Hen • Crow and Happy Be, But Don't Forget Us When You ISO Need House Furnishings. T t t ihh S. HOFFMAN W. & CO •! Third and Sh : p!ey Sts.