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PATRONAGE GROWS
ON OWL CARS
AFTER MIDNIGHT .' " SERVICE
5 MEETS WITH FAVOR
Ha If. Hourly Trips' to and from Pasa
dena a Possibility— General
News ef thw Railroad
World
Pfttronaß<« on Uif'owl raw o^ Loa
AiigeleH, which .service ktpw ou( of a
movement for nfirr ; nildnlßht earn
started by The Los Antseles " Herald, ia
incrcnslng.
Lock of palronnpp, ft. wns announced
by the Hnntlngum nircnuKeinent at tho
outset, might rcsuH' eventually In
abandonment of the but this
dnnger now, seems rettn»te:ns the knowl
edge.of the late cur Jeromes Kencrnl.
Then/too, the city is lining with tour
ists Who will continue to, coma and to
patronize the lute cars. '
[ One of thfl notable features growing
ont of the installation of late cars Is
that many men. who work nlgbts have
moved out toward the city, limits be
cniise they o^e sure of trn u sport;* lion
hack home at all. hours. This has re
sulted "In • the sole of many home*,
agents say. to men who havn not been
able to pay prices that ruled near the
business district.'.
i The principal CrttlOlSffi so far directed
at the owl car senilco la that rsisadena
is cut off, though. South Pasadena In
not; The 1 o'clock car stops at the
ostrich farm in "South Pasadenu, while
th* 2 o'clock car stops at Mission and
Fair Oaks avenues, which Is south 'of
Hotel Raymond and a mile from thu
center of Pasadena.
■■• It is generally believed that eventu
ally a special half hourly service will
be maintained on the ' Pasadena short
line, on which no owl. cars now run.
and another one via Oarvanza and the
ostrich farm to the preßent terminus nt
Fair Oaks. This will undoubtedly in
crease the patronage to aiwl from Pasa
dent many fold ana put" this line at
least on a paying basis. •
TO RHYOLITE, THEN BEYOND
President Clark Announces Las Vegas
Line's Policy
E-p Associated tress.
BBATTY, Nev.. Oct. 24.— J. Rosa
Clark, president of the Las Vegas &
Tonopah railroad, has .stated that it
Svas the policy of the road to push on
to Rhyoilto and then to Goidfield.
«iHe said.lt would be. the policy of the
railroad to 'afford every . facility In the
■way of freight and passenger rates and
service for the development ot the re
sources of the country.
"The rates on ore. he said, will enable
the profitable handling of the low grade
ores In the district. .
"UNION PACIFIC GETS A VOICE
But Its Purchase of B. &. 0. Stock
Fails of Control
By Associated Press.
: NKW YORK, Oct. 24. — The Baltimore
& Ohio stock purchased some time ago
from the Pennsylvania rallrolad by
Kuhn, Lioeb & Co. has, the Times says
today, been taken .over in the interest
of the Union Pacific.
;• The stock acquired - by. the Union Pa
cific, It is, .stated, by no means repre
sents a controlling interest in the Bal
timore & Ohio, but it is sufficient to
give the' interests' identified with the
Union Pacific an Important voice In the
management of the Baltimore & Ohio.
PIERCE- SYNDICATE WILL SELL
Mexlcan Cefltral Reported Purchased
by the Government
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, Oct. 24.— Senor Jose.y
Limantour, : Mexican minister of fin
ance, now in this city, said today that
his visit had nothing to do with the
reported purchase of the Mexican Cen
tral railway by the Mexican govern
ment.
:It Is reported that the St. Louis syn
dicate, headed by H. Clay Pierce, which
controls a large majority of the stock,
has made, overtures to sell, but the
government's attitude ha,s thus far been
passive.
MUST PROVIDE SUFFICIENT CARS
Validity of Chicago Trolley Ordinance
; . Is Upheld
■3Jy Associated Press."
| SPKINGPIEIiD, j 111., Oct. 24.— The
validity of the Chicago ordinance com
pelling tho Chicago City Railway com
pany to provide sufficient cars so that
the cars should not bo overcrowded
rvaa nr»h*eld by a decision of the su
Eminent Doctors Praise its Ingredients.
■ ' We refer » that boon to weak, nervous,
•offering women known as Dr. Pierces
Favorite Prescription.
Dr. John Fyfeone of the Editorial Staff
of Thr Eclectic Medical Review says
of Unicorn root (Helonins DioUxi) which
Is one ol the chief Ingredients of the "Fa-
: Torlte Prescription * :
' "A remedy which in-rariably tr.ts i« » uter-
ine lDTlsroritor * * * makes for normal 40-
ttrlty of the entlrn reproductiTe system."
Be continues "In Belonlas we hare a medica-
ment which more fully answer* the above
purposes than any other drug with which I am
ivmiainUd. . in tbe treatment of diseases pe-
culiar to women It Is seldom that a case Is
e«en which does not present some Indication
for tbls remedial agent." Dr. Fyfe further
•ays: . "The following- are among the leadtnr
indications for Hekmlatt (Unicorn toot). Pain
or achlntf In the back, with leuccrrhceas
atonic (weak) conditions of the reproductive
. organs of women, mental depression and ir-
ritability, associated with cbronlc diseases of
tbe reproductive organ* of women, constant
itnsauon ot beat in the reirlon of the kid-
Keys; meoorrbagla (flooding), due to a weak-
ened condition of ths reproductive system;
amenorrbcea ituppreiwed or absent monthly
periods ). arlilng from or accompanying an
abnormal condition of the digestive organs
and svnsamlc (thin blood) habit: dragging
I sensations in tbe extreme lower part of tbe
abdomen."
lf more or less of the above symptoms
are ■ present, no Invalid woman can do
better than take Dr. Plerce's Favorite
Prescription, onn of the leading ingredi-
ents of which Is Unicorn root,orHelonlas,
and the medical properties of which It
most faithfully represents.
, I Ot Golden Seal root, another prominent
-' ingredient ■ of "Favorite Proscription,"
Prof. Flnley EUlngwood, M. D., of Ben-
nett Medical College, Chicago, says:
.-"It la an Important remedy In disorders of
tbswomb. In all catari-hnl conditions ♦ ••
aud general enteobleiuent. It Is useful."
'■ Prof. JohosM. 8c udder, M. P., late of
Cincinnati, nays of Golden Seal root :
I "In relation to its general effects on the
STSbem, thirt it uu medteint (11 ute about tchtch
' thtrt is turh general unanimity of opinion. It
1» universally rugariled iv Vie tonic useful In
all dabilUated states. "
• Prof. Bartholow, M. D., of Jetf«rson
Medical College, nays of Golden Seal :
.1 'Valuable in utertr.e hemorrhage, menor
rbaaia (flooding) and congestive dyamenor-
riwea (painful iukusi ruatiuu)."
1 Dr. I'ieroe's Favorite Prescription faith-
fully reprebenU all the above named in-
rrevdietuU and cure* tli«Uii«uitia for which
|b*y »r« recommended. > \
pmiie court today.
The derision has been awaited for a
lons time. '<tMH|
ORGANIZE WITH SIX MILLIONS
Alaska. Siberian Railway Includes a
Seattle Incorporator
fIV AMftolfttOrt t'TTM.
TRKNTON. N. .t.. Oct. 24.— The Alas-!
ka-RllKTlßii ltnllwny «-<»mpany, with a
rspltal of $6,000,000, was Incorporated
here todny. I
Thn Inporporntors hi-p: Jjolc do Ij»"i1k'I,
Vhils, Kranrrj J. A. WHddell, Kancnn'
City; John tlcnly, Swttli-: William ll. \
lilack, .lerrey City, and John H. Tur-I
tier, New Jersey. |
Trainmen Want Increase
By ASMoclatetl Press.
PITTSBUItO. Oct. 21.-Commltte»!S
rpprfSPiillriK thr. Ilrothorhood of Kutl
wtiy Tmlnmen In th«> PHlsburjt switch-
Ing district havr prosented h. new Hcale,
of wages to.thfi eighteen division Btl'J
pcrlntondonts of tin- various rnllroads.
It provldr-n, for eight hours' work, with'
pro rotn'rmy for over time, nnil an
Hnswer Ib re(JU%ite<J by November fl.
Th« demand nftecis men employed in
Hiu yards only. "... !
Southern Machinists Strike
By Associated l're«s
. KNOXVILI-K. TtMiii., Oil. 21.— Nino
hundred machinists In tho Coster ohopg
of the Southern rnllwuy walked out he
causo nineteen strike breakers arrived
from Cincinnati.
Wreck in the Tehachapl
Uy Asaorlnipri press.
BAKKRaKIKLD, Ohl.. Oct. 24.— A
small wreck on thn Bout hern PaclHc
lines over the Tehuchnpl mountain de
layed traffic for several hours last
night. The track Is now cleared.
Texas. Pacific Clerks Quit
Dy Associated Press.
NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 24.— Clerks
employed by the Texan und Pacific rail
road left their places today, conferences
with representatives of the road having
failed to adjust their grievances, simi
lar to those of the Southern Pacific.
Senator Clark Reaches New York
Dy A»«ocli»tPd Press
NEW TOKK, Oct. 24.— United States
Senator Clark of Montana arrived here
today oji the steamer Majestic from
Liverpool.
HOME PROPERTY
DEALS ACTIVE
INVESTORS PLACING LARGE
SUMS
Values on West Washington and Pico t
Streets Srtown by Recent
Sales— Land at $2150
an Acre
Following arc the permits Issued from
the building superintendent's office or.
(Wednesday and classified according to
wards:
j , Wards — Permits. Value.
Klrst . 3 " $2,187
Second 2 1,100
I Third 3 325
Fourth G. 12.62T
iFlfth 1 250
Sixth « 5,800
I Ninth 2 950
1 ! Totals 2l' $23,337
Sales Aggregating $84,000
The improved property on the south
east corner o£ Washington and Tober
man streets has been sold by Walter
Hose to August Freese for J20.000, the
purchase being made as an Investment.
The lot Is 88x310 feet and is improved
with a ten-room residence.
Walter Rose has also sold to' a local
Investor the property on the southeast
corner of Pico and Georgia streets. The
lot is 62%x150 feet and is improved with
stores and flat buildings that net a
good monthly income.
' E. May Eaton has paid S. F. Norton
$9500 for the two-story twelve-room flat
at 1037-9 Gratton street, lot 50x135 feet.
This purchase was also made as an
Investment.
The above sales and others aggregat
ing In value $84,000 were negotiated
through the Althouse Bros, agency.
Acreage for .Improvement
Forty acres on the southeast corner
of Western and Vernon avenues have
been sold by W. D. .Alexander and
sister-to a local syndciate for immediate
Improvement. | The consideration was
$86,000, or at the rate of $2150 an acre.
New Business Block
A lot on the east side of Hill street,
second lot north of Eleventh, has been
sold by Percy Wilson to W. M. Itlley
nnd W. D. Wilson for reported sum of
$45,000. Plans are under way for a busi
ness block. .
ARRANGE FOR EXCURSION
Chamber of Commerce Will Charter
Special Car to Grand Canyon
November 10
The next excursion of the chamber of
commerce will be to tho<irand Canyon,
November 10, and all nrrungemnnts for
the trip have been niado. At the meet
ing of the board yesterdiiy Director
Skinner reported that cards had been
i mailed to the members,- palling" atten
tion to tlio rcußonnhlo rates Hnd the
nccomtnodallons offured. It Is expecti-d
that a Kiiffldßiit number will go towar
rr.nt tho chartering of a special train.
Encouraging reports were made by
thuso hayiiiß in cliarge the special ex
cursion-, (o Hawaii.
Tho folllowinn were appointed by
President Wnishburn to receive and en
tortain C'harlea D. Walcott of the Unit
ed States reclamation Rervlcc, who will
I arrive in l,os Angeles Saturday: A. n.
Cass, F. Q, Story, Senator Frank 1\
I Flint, C. 11. Uoothe, J. B. Lipplncott.
TRY TO LOOT BURNING SHOP
Patrolman Forces Robber* to Desltt,
but Is Unable to Make
Any Arrests
During the progrem* of v lire In the
tailor shop of it. KurcV ut Second and
Lou . Angeles street* yeuterduy ufter
noon, petty thleveu attempted to loot
(hit buruiiiK building of valuable rlulh
iug. They wure frustrated 111 the ut
tempt liy Ofllcer Hnilth, who forced the
thieves to tuke their plunder, hack to
the shop. Ho was unable to capture
any of tho nitsi-n-uulM fur the reugon
tli;it in' lifnt do ""« to uanlßt him.
The tire originated In the -explosion
of v itiiMillm* tiuve uhi'il tqr heating
Iron*. The flames were extljiKt'ialu'il by
th« fin d«pact men t- before rnue^i dam
a«u luul bevu done. .■■-.. \
LOS ANGELES HERALD : THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1906.
-„ . ■• v\\ I f/jS^r BOTH WBTCt * VytXCtIARCC 33? .**v 'v \\|/y #«> •■» ••> .1 c* 1 '"
Qlasswarc ' & w H *t' — ¥^Jt^S\)J/y Semi-Annual Notion Sale
Mf/f \*n 'i*Ki*i*r*n'i>iii/%Kt<;n<i!!,'avin '/f\\ A» »^^Wcr •*'"'**'"^^^^F* Jv> I -^^^M^* event trnit «)«»akB of woiukiful Scivlngi.
IX mV" ( ii'i'Sv,"^; i «;• 2 :::::: a ?»u //IvßwiAin^ cokrointrH.Lo9£\HGEiX3\Ain i HnR AM "* - 'V" 1 3i
Time to Buy Warm Blankets . Now
and Save Money Too *< or a v* ~^r T^ « m\
„ „ , , ' ,■ , $1.25 Arabian Curtains 79c
'Again and again weve called attention to timeliness as a feature of Broad- ~
way sales. We repeat it now. ' . < i^9WWWt Heavy ncl Arabian lace curlains with pretty borders,
- „ , }„'... ' , , in scroll an<] medallion. paMrrns. ■ T'rcsli, new stock.
Vi " r '"" \s mlmmki ■ * ; " < vr" '"■""-:: """ li " iu: lcr
■# i^S^SSfe^-^ NYN V we do want to emphasize is the unusnalncssqf these j^iy^S ifij||| ■ . " lurd Hoor, todyy, pair, /i»c.
V^sXvV^V^^xvi i^lbv blanket values, the broadness and goodness of the ASMf &% HJfr'vl " : i „,, ,- r> . , -r . T i ■ ■ ti
; 'liß blanket stock ihey represent and that makes them , if) ' 'M§ WMf 1 Good Bedding Bargains for Today, Third Moor.
possible. . Wm 1 Sec Other Papers for Particulars
$1.50 Blankets at $1.19 Pair ' IHSII 75c Door Panels 25c
„.,,, i r»i i i i<cnn n • in 4-.ni i, i Ac n • /raffl-'''K!fvBP V*nf& w&xm'^'x'M'-A "l" lf ' looks <>r :i door, sizes lo lit iill hljw; (Icidih. Regular 75u
11x4 Wool Blankets at $5.00 Pair lOx^r Blankets 65c Pair Mfl^^^A"W'\^i^W^4 "'"'"• r " r y ' vr * ' t: " th 2 ""*
flipy're lino vhlucs nt Jfi.OO; equally good as They're good cotton blnnkcts, In white, y^*!«7^K^^4&?''' i^''^'''^'^™»V
|S3i^^^W-^^SS tan orßras ,,v,t h .cat borders: nSß ort- <^^^^§^^» $3.00 CuKainS $1.69
ribbon; a splcntlld Munkct to Iniy ilgtlit now; ?5 f.rl colors; warm nnd comfortable; good Pffn "> »^>^ • / sT*St.N}sf '
ualr; third floor. 85c vnlues; third floor, 6fic pair. WA'f r V *<%'' *V" K^U t'«i"ty white lace cuitaina; piclly Hrusfitln effects and mn«
v «. K^^tX- V - ■'■%<^l/ :lias wpFives: Jaißu vurloty nf scroll patterns und floral df-
. Then Ihoreurt! pillowH and comforters anil otli;r blankets and bedding helps to ninke Bleep- ■~gS?<^» fe ''^SCJ 'm"\L_^ r" blrhs; lino quality oC net, A $3.00 curtain for 91 .60 today*
ingr comfortable now— nt Broadway prices; third door. • ' ~"~— ~-5 i lr ■«<■■&* third floor. . / .
Black Cheviotsl.oo Entire Sfioe Stock | Groceries
All Wool — A Sterling Value <■ i AntJ-tnmt principles are tmUclliiK is one of tho blg-
. Rest grocery : bußlnesaes west of Chlcago^because
Just the fabric -nomen want for a fine dress suit. A n f Rnrcnn ClvnarA PurrhacoH at AOr nn iUo Dnllar ll \ cy are /; llr l " i ; ll ' l - l| P 1( '»- G ood groceries at lowest
Thursday opportunity aisle 5. A splendid $1.25 Ol DUrSOII Oi 0011, SJXnara, rUICnaSeU a\\ OwC_ Oil lIIC UOilai prieeH. Absolutely Independent methods mean sav-
quallty, good weight, rich black, for suits or coata | » in ss for you; fourth Moor; both phones 337. »
Z^S^^Xffi^T^'T.'T Womcn'sShoes -tf*f A o Womcn'sShoes >; A Boi B »Tm, KB /^^, !(P w,,,;'u irk o ) -, (
... An asHorted lot of /3ui\ Burson'n in and $4 Jb f u\\» S\yi!HT rKlCl.rcs ir<. l-iNT— Mlxc.l. . .
Cream Suiting at $1.48 .Yard. ~Snl^|^ SlSwftS SHne^nTx-.^ Y^-^V
46 to 54 Inches wide. Fine for suits or evening wraps at $3.00. Oxfords, too, and fancy sandals, Schober, Ulg & Dunn, and Duttcnhaufer •
or skirts. Bedford cords, fnney cheviots, basket Borne ot suede and glaco kid. In evening makes, every conceivable style, some with IfAIUMVOOO TOOTHI'ICKS a* UOX
weaves, broadcloths, etc. Aisle 5, today, $1.18 yard. colors, Cuban and French heel, hnnd made. French hpfils, others in tho new college
4 and 5 strap sandals, Gibson and ribbon :ut. walking boots, welted or turned solea; CALIFORNIA IIH'I! OLIVES 17c CAN.
/Ifi Inol* FU-nnoU U«ili) ti Afi. \**A ties In tho low. cut. In aisle 8, today, pair <ood range of sizes; It's a grout value at / r. '
4o*incn rrencn vone .pi. 40 iara has. r $2.69; this sale, aisic s. t p c *l i~* A 1 aw
An extra fino weave that will hold Its shape and not CAip STARTS TODAY 1 TURKS NIJIT C .rl^P^*"^. I llfi
muss or crush. Will make up beautifully over a . . 3HLL 3IMIJ lUUftl . , . B I UIII\J, iJUII> V>ajVJ 4\V/II
silk drop. $1.69 quality. Aisle 5, today $I.^B a yard. <OKn 9 <£* "B x fiSSi! f\G We're making room for toys and holiday goods on
' . IWlliltl <2 J*^i E^* I^l f^k -%l 1 * the third floor, so we are going to movo trunks with
ii v iiVIA wj . w&lU'vO VP" ii •** <jP prices, giving: you unrestricted choice of any trunk
54-Inch Cream White Bearskin $2.69 • -' ■ ■•■ . In the house at one-fourth off. There's a -great, gen-
.Yard, Aisle 5 Including Doujglas, Crossett and Others eroM r ntlty of them ou the thlrd floor - , /
—— — — ■ — : ' v^% v $3.00 and $3.50 Values R ' i p
1A ?~/.U I iL\~H Cnlm n i Ofio VOI.J I I "' s l-" p entire stock of Burson's $2.50 to $8.50 shoes for DoSCmCnt ' LCOnOmy ). ■
OO'inCn LinmS oalin ai yOC iara | \ ' mon - Itegulur $2.50/ SS.OO and 1 $3.50 makes. Tho celebrated , ". 1C '. - ' '. c■ ' ■• • ■ '.i ' :
Ouuranteed to wear two seasons; >oft ohlffon fin- lilted Douglas, Crossett and other high Important Savings for CVeryOnC ■ •
lah: all good colors, Including black, white and' Wj^fe**^ " %i ?^lSsslS*»»»_ grade makes. Vlcl Uld, box calt.and „ ; p:lh . ltniz ,,, • •..,'.
srekrii; alßle 8. »8o yard. . ' ' 1.. tS^^SW^^^®^ Ivo chts « iVIS rTw,?/-' 1 ",?' '.'""^ ?l*H ra* »M 0 ,v ifpgS
woiclits sultaljlu for work shoes. cokfuh I'OTS S.V-: <|l sranltp..
25-lnch Moreen at 69c Yard AH Sizes in the Lot - Aisl « 9 - c ::i.
Black all wool moreen; a quality that will wear for I 'foaggrgriznai'mm^ .'••.■' <| OS ' per.- •.<•-.-. : , :>. *"., ■ . :.,. -
years; black only; aisle 3, at 69c a yard. _. ".- .. ._. „-.. . ■ _ whisk nnuuMS ..'.. ••••■:'»«
HOtGhTOFS LITTLE AUTO '
, CAUSES'STKEET BLOCKADE
finds; his gasoline tank
. EMPTY s
Sixth Ward's Champion Lightweight
Councilman Shows Necessity for
. the • Brake and Machinery
Inspector He Wants '*
The ability of a Los Angeles coun
cilman to hold up the street railway
Bystem of the city on one of the prin
cipal thoroughfares whs demonstrated
yesterday morning when Doc Hough
ton, the firebrand representative of the
Sixth ward, stopped a long string of
yellow cars in front of the city hall on
Broadway. He didn't do it intention
ally, and was as much annoyed by the
Incident us were the carmen and the
Impatient passengers on the stalled
cars, who "rubbered" to learn the cause
of the delay. It was all on account of
the councilman's runabout auto car
that the genial doctor was trying to
coax into the clear. But the machine
wouldn't budge an inch.
"Hold on a minute," yelled the coun
cilman as he waved his hand at the
motorman, at tho same time noticing
with alarm that the patent cateh-'em
qulck-and-hold-'em-tlght fender was
about to gather Vip tho auto and occu
pant for a whirling ride down the line
to Third street.
Causes Blockade <.
The piercing" command or the fact
that tho motorman had quickly recog
nized Doc In his ofllci.il capacity caused
the Huntlngton servant to stop the car
with a jur that shook the city hall, and
then the blockade commenced. • \
Meantime, tho crowd ran with sur
prising speed •to "rubber" and offer a
variety of useless suggestion to Doc,
who had been struggling In vain to turn
on the "julco" va the rubber wheels
would go round. It was no go. ;It was
th** llret time lioc was compelled . in
public to acknowledge dfifeut, and with
manifest feelings of reluctance he
alighted and looked around for a crow
bar. - i
Finds Tank Empty
The cars continued to atop for the
removal of the obstruction, and the
pnnsongers, .unconscious of the single
hand-holdup,power of thrs Sixth ward
councilman, ' waited • with unwonted
patieiK'o for electric action on the part
of the yellow chariots. 1
Fulling to locate a crowbar, Houifh
ton attempted to push hla machine off
tlje rails, but even then . the auto re
fused to move. At thin juncture several
husky uniformed railway < (employe*
came to the rescue and the runabout
was quickly moved to Ih'i clvy lirUl side
of the street, th« line of vurs moved
onward, tho crowd dispersed und Doc
wtiH li't't alone to make a careful "xllug
nosia of the marline, . .
The cause of the collapse was speedily
reveulod. .
Thn gasoline roceptaclo -was empty. '
' Wants Brake Inspector
One of the funniest, features of the
affair is thu't for a month or more Doe
lloughton lu;k I«:en "hullerliiK his head
off" lv council me«tlngß for the council
to create th« position of olliclul inspec
tors of bt'ukfH and i machinery to pru
vent just such things an hit own empty
gasoline tank caused yesterday. • . ■
At the * hint meeting of thu . council
ther« was nothing tou severe for lihu to
i>ay about motorist* who failed to keep
their cam la perfect order.' lie icored
them 'for causing accidents and dis
commoding the public.
lloughton makes capital of tho acci
dent, though, and says that If an
efficient inspector of brakes and ma
chinery had kept in touch with his
machine the accident would not have
happened.
ADDRESSES PRESBYTERIANS
International Sunday School Secre.
tary Talks of Romance of Mis. ,
. . sionary Work , -
"The Romance of the ' Missionary
Sunday Schools" was the topic of an
address last evening at the Immanuel
Presbyterian church made by Dr. Alex
ander Henry, of Philadelphia, national
secretary of the Sunday school work
for the Presybterlan church.
Dr. Henry Is Just returning from a
Jour of Oregon, Washington and Cali-
Tornla. Ho is one of the recently ap
pointed secretaries. Dr. Walker, pastor
of Immanuel Presbyterian ■ church, met
him at the world's Sunday school con
vention lv- Jerusalem over two years
ago. i >•> ■
Through the work of the Sunday
school board 1000 churches , have been
started in the United States in the past
two years in outlying districts.
Prof. Charles Seanlon, one of thu
most brilliant temperance .speakers and
cne of the five fled secretaries in tem
perance work , maintained by the Pres
byterian church, wll speak at Imman
uel church on the first Sunday In No
vem'ier. / I
Prof. Seanlon is a remarkable man
in many respects, being one of a fam
ily of twenty-one children.
ENTERTAINMENTS .PLANNED
Y. W. C. A. Arranges Excellent Pro.
gram for Series of Monthly
Concerts
A series of -monthly entertainments
hns been arranged by the Y. W. O. A.
for tho i members ut the • ugsoclatlon.
The programs will be under tho direc
tion of well known magicians and
promlno to be of great Interest.
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tho llrst JThurmlay ovmiing of eacn
month, that for November to bo in
charge of Mrs. Mary Portor llayncs
and Mm. George ltlco. MrM. I<. J, Selby
will have cliarge of tho muelc. .
On thu llret tbuiwluy in December a
program of. Christmas lnunle will I>o
given by;Mr».' Harry Clifford Lott. , Jn
January. Miss Elma Smith will read
"Tho Scarlet Ixitter." The February
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Curl In Italian opera sfleotlons; -Mrs.
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covering SOU yearH, in costutne.
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tho" monthly -.recoptlou given on tho
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could. . Many more' readers know that it is the New American, Maga-
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