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Cat,in Church Organ, Scared Out
When Player Turns on Fortissimo
HERE ARE SUITS FOR SPOUTS, DRESS AND BUSINESS WEAR
Prince Umberto has an excellent
military record, having entered the
army a year ago as a private, grad.
aally working: his way upward to a
tommlsison as a sub-lieutenant,
s'ince the age of twelve he has been
actively Interested in the work of
the Italian Boy Scouts and has been
WARSAW. Oct. Warsadans are
being offered 60,000 Russian rubles
as a special inducement to pur
chase a (1 box of patent medicine.
The maker claims the nominal par
value of the 60. 000 niblti la around
$23,000, but falls to mention
fact that one American diisr wWl
buy 7.00,000 jubls li. l:itt:m
an American legion minstrel here,
playing a piano for three minutes
while standing on his head.
He will play also with hia hands
gioveii, wrlits handcuffed, arms tied
In a bag. e,ys blindfolded and piano
INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE
DANVILLE. Pa., Oct. A.
gan howling. Then Kev. Mackie an
nounced: "Either that cat must ero
or I shall dismiss the congrega
tion." The threat had no effort on the
cat, according: to those present. The
organist had better luck when he
sounded the deepest bass note of the
organ. It was fortissimo all right.
The organist put all the wind at
her command in that note. With a
frightened howl the cat scampered
out of the organ and jumped
through the nearest window.
E.
Maekle. of Su Paul s Methodist Epis
copal Church, was delivering- a
mighty good sermon. He was work.
Ing well toward the climax and his
voice thundered forth. The subject
wai "The Least in the Kingdom."
Just then a big cat sneaked into
church, hid In the pipe organ and a
minute later let out a powerful
y-e-o-o-w which drowned out the
minister. A couple of minutes later.
Just as the rarson was jetting
warmed "up aeain. th cat azain be
j largely responsible for the growth
)r.- j,ir.t in Cleveland has arranged
a ""'in try 'rtafe" cn the roof of
hit ff liyry.
l;ni;n j &!: t eat the roast beef
:t ',:! Kf.x.a.r.d with American fals
Jf'f :t the dental appll
.. '..'! In Griat IiTitain com11
trr,, ft,. t.,!'d Jitaten
of this organization In his home
land. Italians complain that thy do not
: ee enough of their prince, and they
i nvy the manner In which the
PERL', Oef.--J-an Crl H,t1 ir.t
organist, who lit tud'd Jf.')
under the direction r,t lmrttt,u U,ir..
pi-.an master. n wh, frf,rjy
i'lintr oi waits moves aoout among ecu-d as tuervjd',
liis father's subject. a thmC-r lur. will
ir yft
0P3
Edward
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Great American Drought Is Boon
to English Fake Flask Makers
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'aaffy Aft .Vv I --Y
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INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE
LONDON. Oct. Sheffield workers
are rejoicing in American prohibi
tion, for It brings them prosperity
in hard tlmos.
The "Pussyfoot" department of
the Sheffield firms is working over,
time to satisfy the insistent demand
for electro-plate and silver opera
glasses. cio;ar cases and similar ar
ticles for the United States.
Orders are pourinsr in by the
thousand, and one firm a'.one has
orders for fifteen thousand opera
glasses on hand.
This does not signify a great
Rtapre revival In America, but mere
ly further evasion of prohibition
regulations. The innocent-looking
opera glasses are "fakes." If one
eyepiece is screwed off. a nea-t lit
tle flask, capable of holding a con
siderable amount of liquor, is re
vealed. Hence the urgent export
orders
Prohibition ha no more enthusi
astic supporters than these fortu
nato employes, who are working to
capacity wnlle many of their fel
lows are unemployed.
They drink "Pussyfoot's" health
daily and long for the day when
other countries, at a decent rate of
rx.-hiinee. tro dry also.
INT. BIB1E STUDENTS AS SO.
177 Sate street. I. O. O. F. HalL
2:00 p. m. Bible study.
3:00 p. m. Bible lecture.
Hv Benj. V. Hollister. Subject:
"Th New World Begun. Millions
New Living Will Never Die."
All wlcome, scats free, no collec
tions. Speakers on Bible subjects and for
' funerals furnished free on request.
NOTICE I
A number of church notices wer
received too late for publication. ST. FATXX' LVTKM4J-.
Il has been reoatedly announced 5 Clinton t. TV. F. LlchUlnn,
that al! church notices must be la Pastor.
this office by Friday noon. This
rives the pastor
get lui i.otice in.
a whole week to
rrasr saptxst .
Z07-213 Sibley street.
Kev. J. c. Oranger, Pastor.
liesider.ee. 104 .Detroit st. Fhone
XSSb-MX.
Sunday announcements:
Sunday school at 9:45 a, m. Help
ful classes for all. tjuy Cobb. Supt
:46 a. rn. Men's Brotherhood
v iass. Morse DellPlaln. President.
;i:00 a. m. Morning worship.
Subject: "At Ease in Zion."
6:S0 p. m. B. Y. P. U. meeting.
7:30 p. m. Kvening service.
Mrs. O. B. Sarber. of Gary, will
spiak. Everybody invited.
Wednesday, 7:4o p. m. Mid-wee
Service, with Bible study led by ths j
Pastor.
Thursday. 7:30. choir rehearsal.
Thursday, 7:30 Boy Scou-l meet
'v?. Troop One.
miST FKZSBTTEUAjr
Hodman and Hignland streets.
J. C. Parrett. Minister.
y:45 a. m. Bible School.
11:00 a. m. Morning worship.
Subject: "Law."
- 6:20 p. m. Intermediate and Se
nior Endeavor.
7:30 p. m. Evening worship.
The choir under the direction of
John McNeill will give a Sacred
Concert.
Prog-ram for Sunday evening:
Prelude, "Romance." Rubinstein.
Hymn. "Coronation," No. 157.
Prayer.
Anthem. "Sing Aloud Unto God,"
J. Lerrnan.
Trio. "Praise Ye," (Attila) Verdi,
Mrs. Bomberger, Messrs. McNeill
and Calder.
Anthem "In Thee I Put My Trust,"
Petrie, Mrs. Parrett and choruE.
Solo. "Waft Her. Angels. Through
the Skies. ''(Jephtha). Mr. McNeill.
Heading. "A Letter to Papa."
Offertory, Miss Dorothy Strong.
&oio. "How Lovely Are Thy Dwell
ings." Sam Llddle. Mr. Calder.
Anthem. "Wanderer Come," Wil
Fon. '
Quartette. "He Shall Come Down
Like Rain.'' Allen. Mesdames Parrett
and Moraberger, Messrs. McNeill and
Calder.
Anthem. "The Lord is My Salva
tion." Ash ford.
Kyrr.ii. "Lux Benigna." No. SOS.
Pp.-dicticn.
Postljdo. "Marche liomaine."
Cfur.od.
CAsrxcs-u city aussics
US) Indiana avenue.
G. J. Ellen, Evangelist
Phone Lansing 61-W.
;o.-prl strvice:- every Thursday
a.rA Sunday evening. 7:45 p. m.
Topic Sunday: "The First Cry
From the Cross.'
3:0f p. m 'Adult Bible class and
Sunday school.
- Street meeting Saturday at 8 p. m.
Central School Grounds.
Tcpic: 'Heart?."
Kestival of the Reformation.
3:00 a. m. Preparatory Service.
P:30 a m. German service with
Holy Communion.
0:30 a. m. Sunday school.
7:30 p. m. English service with
Holv Communion.
Sermon topic: "What Does It
Mean to Be a Lutheran?"
Visitors welcome.
Wednesday, 8 p. m. Adult Bible
Class.
rora stsxxt FUSBmuur-
Corner Pine L. and Chicago ti
K. LeRoy Steffey. Pastor. 40 Ojlb
tret.
9.30 a. m. Sunday school.
10:45 a. m. Public worship.
Sermon subject: "Laodlcea, Self
Conceit and Self-Decit."
6:30 p. m. Y. P. S. C. E.
7:30 p. m. Public worship.
Sermon, an exposition of Romans i
Mid-week prayer and Bible study
Wednesday, at 7:30 p. m.
fXMT KLBT&OSXST
Kev. Benjamin Riat. Pastor.
39 Hohman t. Phone 3009.
9:15 a. m. Orchestral recital.
9:30 a. m. Sunday School.
10:45 a. m. Morning worship.
Sermon by the pastor.
6:30 p. m. Senior League.
6:30 p. m. Epworth League.
7:30 p. m. Evening worship.
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Prayer and
praiso service.'
ST. JOHN'S STAN. X.TXTXXKXS
West Hammond, Illinois.
Elbert. Pastor. 516 W. Sibley t
Phone 1S29-R.
8:20 a. m. English Sunday school.
All Children welcome!
9:30 a. m. German services.
11:00 a. m. English services.
Topic: "Luther, the Great Re
former. ,
Friday Bible class.
An hour spent with God is an hour
well spent!
CKBJCSTXAN SCXBNCB
First Church.
730 S. Hohman street.
Sunday morning rerviee at 10:0
a. m. Subject: "Everlasting Punish
ment."
Testimonial meeting
Ki' If.- l J 'kwii ifel i 1 S
W I r s U 'III
hi J m$ lm
If- In Vv lit I
sjTi AV ffT Mill mf m I I
jr.
Here tire three suits, all dif
ferent, yet all aiming U, clothe
milatfy pror erly for some fall cv
winter occasion. The knickers
wlU a warm awei.: coat ani
i i - ....,
twuut semi loriu trie epot bulk
In the center is a taupe duvetyn
trim.ned with black asirakan,
which is suitable for street and
business wear, while at the right
is a gray ciuvtun suit for morri
formal wear. It is a gors-eou
affair, machine stitched in gray
and banded in soft Russian squirrel..
10:43 a. m. Morning prayer and
Eermon by the Rector.
Topic: "The Church and America."
ST. JOHN'S XjTJTHXKA-N
W. A. Brauer, pastor. 235 Towle
street.
10:00 a, m. Divine German ser
vice. 11:09 a. m Special meeting per
taining to church matters. All con
tributing members are earnestly re
quested to be present.
Thursday. Oct. 26th, at 7:30 p. m.
Bible studies in Parish hall. Every
body welcome.
Sunday. 29th. celebration of Rev
erlation in English service In morn
ing at 10:00 a. m.
An illustrated lecture in evening
at 7:30 p. m. in church. Come all.
asozrmoz btxxxt m. x.
Dr. Chas. H. Leeson, Pastor.
:45 a. m Sunday school.
Mr. J. Wesley Reed. Act. Supt.
11:00 a. m. Morning worship.
"Christian Service."
6:30 p. m. Epworth League.
"The Abundant Life.'' Miss Eulah
Mlllikan.
7:30 p. m. Service of Song and
Worship.
"Variety in Christian Experience."
ran st CHxracH ztjlsajlzitz
Calumet and Michigan avenues.
A. M. Wells and L- C Davis, pis
tors. :45 a. m. Sunday school.
10:45 a. m. Morning worship.
2:30 p. m. Children's meeting.
6:45 p. m. Toung People's met U 1$
7:30 p. m. Evangelistic service.
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Mld-wetk
prayer service,
Thursday, 2:00 p. - m. Missionary
meeting.
Men and Boys prayer meeting,
Saturday at 7:45 p. m.
mon. Subject: "The Baptist."
Music by Senior and Junior Choirs.
6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
7:30 p. m. Sermon.
By C. Mevih McKay, of Dowagiac,
Michigan. Music by both choirs.
Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. Mid-week
meeting. 1
7:45 Friday evening, choir rehear-1
sal.
SOUTH KTDE CHURCH OT CSKXST
Standard ave and Van Buren sr.
Chas. w. Starr, minister.
9:30 a. m. Blbla school.
10:30 a. m. Communion and ser
mon. 7:30 p. m. Sermon.
vegetables
her arm.
and carried a baby on
PRINCE
UMBEFTO
TRUCK" GARDENER
INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE
BELAIRE. Ohio. Oct. A woman,
who haj been working: In a garden
on the city commons, appeared in
town a few days ago balancing a
basket of tomatoes on her head.
She al.o had an apron full of other
IS
POPULAR IN ITALY
ROME. Oct Prince TJmberto, eld
est son of the king of Italy, who
has just reached his majority, is
the Italian counterpart of the prince
of Wales.
Many believe that Prince Umberto
is the most handsome of all Eu
rope's heirs-apparent; certainly he
is popular with his people.
Very tall and dark, like fcls Mon
tenegrin mother, and with her large,
expressive hrown eyes, the prince
has a smile which Is charminc
street
CXITTXNART Iff. E.
Corner Gortlln and Towle
Wm. N. Whear. Pastor.
H5 Sheffield avenue.
!:?0 a. rr. Sunday school.
11:45 a, m. Morning worship
Subject: "Tho Even Balance."
fi:S0 p. m. Epworth League.
Judge Cleveland, speaker. Music
by North Side Orchestra.
7:"0 p. m. Evening worship.
Subject: 'The Cure of Mercy."
Special music at both the morning
arid evening yervireK.
Tuesday n'ht. Masquerade Hallo
we'en party hy the Epworth League.
Thursday night. Church night.
f'rlv n'e-M. Rrv Snouts
day evenlnr at 8 o'clock.
Reading room in edifice, open dally
except Sunday and legal holidays
from 2 to 5 p. in. and on Tuesday
and Friday evenings from 7:30 until
S:00 o'clock.
The public Is cordially 'nvited tc
aKcr.d these services and to visit
the leading room.
KTAirOXUCAX rMTft AT TTXL
5 0 Siblev st.. Hammond. Ind.
Kev. Carl Schaeffer. Phone 1931
9 a. m. Sunday school.
10:15 a. m. Reformation services
(English) and Lord's Prayer.
rffiST SPIRITUALIST COTBCE
Of West Hammond, Illinois.
Sunday. October 23. at 7:30 p. m.
K. and L. of S. Hall, over Lion
Store. Science. Philosophy and Re
ligion of Life expounded by able
speakers.
Pr. John Wilson, of Chicago, will
lecture.
Messages by able workers.
We extend a cordial invitation to
all.
ST. PAUX'S EPTSCOPAX
Re-w. Peter Langendorff. Rector.
Services are temporarily held at
the Pythian Hall, corner Hohman and
Ogden streets.
Tomorrow is the 19th Sunday after
Trinity.
ft:00 a. m. Holy Communion.
9:30 a. m. Church school and in-t'-nrt
irn
TXCZ SALVATION ABaiY
263 E. State st. Phone 2526. Ad
jutant May King and Lieutenant
i Iorothy Roberts. Officers in charge,
on Wednaa- 1 ,,,r ol!
Meetlnsrs as follows?
Public meetings Wednesday, Fri
day and Saturday at 8 p. m.
Sunday:
Holiness Meeting at 10:30 a. m.
Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
Young People's Legion at 6 p. m.
Salvation Meeting at S p. m.
FULL GOSPEL MISSION
202 Hoffman street.
10:30 a. m. Preaching.
3:00 p. m. Praise Meeting.
7:30 p. m. Preaching, Sunday
Tuesdav and Friday.
Rev. Joseph Merril. the Faith '
Healing Evangelist, will have charge
of services.
PENTECOSTAL ASSEM3LT
741) Son) street.
9-?n a m. Rihle srhooL
10:S0 9. m. Special service f of j
the dedication of children.
7:45 p. m. Evening service.
7:15 p. m. Thursday.
T .BUN IT t ENGLISH LTTTTXEB. AN
Park Place ana Waltham street.
Rev. II .Mackensen. Pastor. 114
Harrison St.. phone 1448.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school and
Bible class.
Ur.riO a. m. Morning worship.
7:45 p. m. Evening service.
SUm1! CTHSISTXAN CHUACH
Calumet ave. and Summer blvd,
S-W a. m. BIMe school.
10:30 a m -Communion and ser-
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THE
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These Special Yard Goods Offering
for Thrift Monday
Unbleached Muslin
13Vc yard
36 inches heavy thread closely woven muslin, an ex
cellent cloth for sheets and cases. Good desirable,
lengths up to 10 yards. Special 13 V2 yard.
Outing and Shaker Flannel
19c yard
36 inch heavy quality, well napped on both sides
many pink, blue and multicolor stripes comprise the
outing assortment. This Shaker is fully bleached.
Special 19c yard.:
36 inch Storm Serge, 59c
Wool mixed Storm Serge a very .substantial quality
for serviceable fall dresses, especially children's school
dresses. Colors are wine, seal and navy Special
59c yard.
54 inch Sacking, 75c
Wool mixed Sacking one of the best wearing materials
for winter dresses. Colors are grey, brown and navy,
wine and khaki. Special 75c yard.
Crepe de Chine, $2.35 yd.
40 inch all silk Crepe de Chine a very heavy cloth,
satisfactory for blouses and dresses. Comes in the
most wanted shades as navy., brown and black. Spe
cial at $2.35 yard.
V
Drm 1397
3S ceola
The newest and
most ' practical
styles are those
shown in the
Winter
Fashion Book
and
Pictorial Review
Patterns for
December
20c to 35c
f None Higher
Corduroy
95c yd.
36 inch silk finish Corduroy, narrow wale
one the most satisfactory fabrics for
dresses, children play suits, etc. Colors
are orange, rose, cerise, navy, seal and
black. Special 95c yard
Poplin, $1
65
K5BSSS9E fcd
Oca ly
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH CHOIR .
Krcclcr
JOIIi: McKLIL
Orger.irt
WALTER BELL
SUNDAY
k.J October 29 at 745 p. m.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Comer Hohman and Highland Sts.
5 Piece Lunch Set
Special 75c
75c
15c
Stamped on Indian Head or French Knot and Seed
Stitch Embroidery
at set
Worked Model on Display
42 inch, all wool Poplin one of the most
serviceable and practical woolen fabrics
for fine fall and winter dresses. It is
of good weight and very appealing to the
eye. Colors are pekin. wine, gray,
navy and black. Special $1.65 yard,
yard.
58 inch
Table Damask
49c yd.
Highly mercerized Table Damask an ex
cellent quality for every day use. Many
beautiful floral designs to select from.
Special 49c yard
Stamped Tea Towels in Jap and floral
designs
Kiddie Pinafore Aprons of cream muslin for patch
work and French Knot 39 C
embroidery
Three Piece Stamped Buffet Set in rose and OQf
conventional patterns at
483
N SPUR MOENI
W omen's Silk Hose
Full Fasiiioced
$1.9f
A $2.50 value for Thrift Monday only triple lisle knee,
pure thread silk black only. ,Very special at $1.95.
Notions
" 250 Spools White Basting gc
Thread, spool
Wilsnap Dress Fasteners 8 c
at
Klinert's Household Rubberized Ap
rons in neat 39 c
checks
4 oz. Bottle Machine Oil Oq
at '.
White and colored Ric Rac J Q
at 5 yards for
Pearl Trimming Buttons, various
sizes 12 on 5 c
card
15c Box of Wire Hair Pins
asstorted sizes
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OR A GIRL
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They ve sent a book of etnuette
To me, and I am very happy.
For if 1 must maie social ulls,
I'd rather mahj 'em righ. an,
snappy.
When I spill gravy on my tie,
I'd do it in the proper m-nner.
All others may be boobs, but 1
Will never tote the boorish ban
ner. Whene'er I pull a so-ial bono,
I'll do it in a way de rigger.
When 1 upset my demi-tass",
TVill be with ease and jrace of
It used to frail me quite a bit
To land upon my ear while dar.c-ine.
; But now the book will show me how
10 dc it in a way entrancing.
I used to be a social flop,
As dumb as a finale-horper,
But now when I make my mistakes,
I will know how to make 'em
proper.
ETIQUETTE
Now, with this book, I will Le brave
And tie my napk:n rour.d my
throttle,
And in a most distinguished way
Will drink :ight from the servi.
bottle.
I'll snap the watermelon seed...
And kick my host, beneath lh;
table;
I'll do it in the sanctioned way
A-.d not with manners of tl.i
stable.
This book -rill do a lot for c?e:
My social breaks will al.' m
rijrhteI.
I'll be an educated boo-,
Now. let Uw hope that I'm in
vited.
Oh, Mr. Wapnalls. Mr. Fu-.k.
My thanks to you are most em
phatic. You've civen mt the flair, the
spunk.
I'm rough, but I'm arl-io: atic
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Boston actress asks $100,000 heart balm from manufacturer. It
would have been almost as cheap to have married her.
The champ optimist is the man who goes to a political banquet to
-,et something to eat.
Nowadays the sun never sets on England's troubles.
A gentleman calling on a Brooklyn man observed:
vcur ciock is not ouite rijrht. is it" ; IP
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.Vhen the hands point to 12, then it strikes 5, and then I know it is 1 H
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Banks complain of a scarcity of small change,
nee? Ycu can't buy anything with it nowadays.
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Kaiser's new wife is to style herself "Queen of Prussia "
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'We are becoming an absentminded rare. A Kansas woman killed a
;nan the other day and hid the body under her bed, and then forget a'l
about it ur.til four or five days later, vhen she was doing her swping.
Personally we can't oee why the Turks want to get back into Eu
rope. Almost anybody should be glad to get out.
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