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WHAT TO' EXPECT FROM HOOVER ORDER
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T-ri tt .nf i?nn,i AflmlniBfmtnr. hns fixed December 10 ns the day on which "the
IviLeries of the United States Bhall begin producing war bread, a combination of unmixed heat flour.
Rkimu.Gd milk and less sugar and lard, designed to conserve the nation's food supplies. Many pa.ts oi
the country have no idea what war bread is, but public demonstrations will soon be given by the opera-
tors of a war bread wagon tnat nas reccnuy uvau weum xiuw iw ..,
Sunday School Lesson
COMMENTS BY REV. ERNEST BOURNER ALLEN, D. D.
Pastor of the Washington Street Congregational Church
and the Marian Lawrance Sunday School, Toledo, Ohio.
LESSON FOR DECEMBER 2ND.
Lesson Title: "Nehomlah Rebuilds
the Walls of Jerusalem."
Lesson Text: Nehomlah 4. Mem
orize vs. 17, IS.
Golden Text: "The Lord Is ray
helper: I will not fenr: Whnt shall
innn do unto ineV" Heb. 13:0.
, 1. Christian Efficiency.
A si wit denl Is" being said In these
days about efllclency. We can leurn
.sonn lessons f i om our forefathers in
that legard. In the Itecord which
tells how Xclicniiuh rebuilt the walls
of Jerusalem there are some elements
of ellieleiiey which every church and
Individual mlj;lit covet to possess to
day, for example, every family was
set in a particular place to protect the
wall. Knch one was given n partic
ular tn-k. They built the wall with
one hand and held a weapon in the
other. At the same time they said:
"Our God will' light for us." The
church today needs the entire family
in IK membership and work. It
should Rive employment to each one
and every one should stand by Ills
job. Faith In God .should crown this
One of the mimes by which the,
Christian Endeavor Society is known
in China is: "The Tug-wlth-all-your-mlght
Society." That gives the one
method by which any christian as
sociation can he a success. Life is
one big tug-of-war in which evil is
all the while trying to get the best
II. The Conspirators.
l'robably there was never a com
munity In which there were not con
spirators against the church and
against Godly people. Those conspir
ators do not share in the work, they
only ceek to criticise and hinder it. It
takes courage to work against such
unkind opposition. It sometimes re
quires that the eoiisplratois should be
plainly pointed out and frankly told
to stop their hindering. Conspirators
have different methods for hindering
a good work. Sometimes they use
ridicule. Sometimes they tell lies.
Sometimes they light. When we are
sure that our task is God's work for
us then we must go right on with our
work In-gplte of all discouragements
".Miss Slattciy once watched two
little children who were busily en
gaged in building a house with a high
wall around it on the sanu uy tne
seashore. The tide was coming in:
suddenly a wave dashed over the
wall, mid they looked at each other in
astonishment; then came nnothcr
wave that completely destroyed House
and wall and all. She expected the
little folks would begin to cry, but no,
thoy gazed long and silently at the
lulu and then one little fellow said,
'Come, let's build another one some
where else,' and the other one nn
III. "Aluch Rubbish."
The Itecord says that it was diffi
cult to rebuild the walls because thero
was so much "rubbish" about. There
is a great deal of material and spirit
ual rubbish in the average church. It
overtaxes the burden bearers Just as
It did in the tlino of Nehemlah. It
prevents the rebuilding and protection
of the wan. House cleaning uuiu
must come sooner or later. The "rub
bish" must be removed. If there is
any work of that sort to do in your
church set nuout it patiently nun ue-
liofore the saloon is nnniiy uanisu-
cd from the United States there is a
HXfitit deal of mental and political
"rubbish" which must be destroyed.
One has only to look at the curious
literature put out by "wet" campaign
committees to "realize how easily the
minds of some people are befogged.
We decreased the "wet" majority In
Toledo decisively in the last cam
paign. If we could have had a few
more "wet" speakers in the city the
"dry;" would probably have won!
Never was thero a time when "wet"
speakois used more "rubbish" than In
the last few months!
It Is a crime to he a mere specta
tor of the great battle for temper
ance and democracy which is being
fought in the world today. "In the
laws of Solon it was decreed that In
the event of an insurrection breaking
out in the streets of Athens, those
should be put to death who merely
looked on, taking no part in it, on one
side or the other."
Winter Fashion Hints
Many dresses now seem to have a
dellnltely outlined natural waistline,
but-this docs not mean that the one
piece coat-like dress will not hold its
own In popular favor.
Very fetching are velvet slutting
blouses, trimmed with fur and worn
with matching hats and muffs.
Very lovely are large hats of black
chautllly lace and mallues that have
lecently arrived from Paris. These
are intended fox thentres and restaur
ant rvvenr and for formal afternoon
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A novelty, in n sweater cap of fiber
silk, Intended for skating and other
outdoor recreation, is shaped like a
jockey's cap, and is decidely becom
ing for youthful faces.
One hears that the plain, stilctly
tailoied suit is the thing, and judging
from the many severely tailored suits
that are being worn this proves the
case. Then, too, makers of smart
suits are planning this type of suit
Instead of knitting bags, many
gills who aim always to be up to the
minute are carrying their knitting in
their hands, the ball of yarn suspend
ed from a bracelet with pendant attachment-for
that purpose; yet a
black atln knitting bag trimmed with
colored heads to match the satin gown
trimming with which it is worn is too
lovely an example of the fascinating
knitting bag to be discouraged.
A consistent economy is the fur
coat which fills two roles and can be
fTVHE A. E. Little Co., manufacturers of Sorosis Quality Shoes
for men, women, and children, have patriotically joined
this store in its stand against the War profiteer. Have Whole
heartedly set aside their profits for the next 40 days and here
and NOW offer to the people of Toledo and northwestern
Ohio, practically their entire Winter stock of fashionable
shoes at cost of production, plus the small selling expense! ' .
All Women's $10
Women's black claf gray suede top
Women's tan call" military boot.
Women's black kid, wbile top mili
Women's black kid lace boot.
M pairs broken sizes fancy boots.
All Women's $9
Women's black kid lace boots.
Women's black kid, white top Span
Women's black calf, lace, military
$12 Shoes $10.73
Women's fashionable gray kid lace
Women's fashionable gray kid lace,
cloth top boots.
Women's brown, ivory top military
Women's Cordo calf boot military
Women's Havana brown kid mili
A.11 W omen's ISfew
$15 Shoes $12.87
Women's field mouse brown boots.
Women's 12-inch tan Russian Preparedness
Women's samples of fancy pattern boots.
Satin and kid beaded fancy boots.
All Women's $8
Black kid lace military heel shoes.
Black kid button French heel.
Black kid, lace French heel.
The Lion StoreSecond Floor Summit St. Bldg.
worn In flaring .style for evening or
belted In for street wear.
Cast Iron, Aluminum, Bronze
Welding Flux Immediate delivery.
Auto Repair & Machine Ce.
Foot Washington St. Toledo, O
Two Coats for Less Than You
Would Ordinarily Pay for One
and all because our New Voik buying stall have their eyes open for
special purchases of dependable mi ivhaudlse that will please the
women of Toledo. To nil this sale would be passing up the best
chance you will have to buy a coat at about half real value.
Special Values Winter Coats
It's safe to say nothing like It has ever happened in Toledo. To
tell the truth, the cloth alone in these coats is woith more than the
price we ask for them all made up.
All Full Lengths, Fur and
Many Lined Throughout.
Karama Collars and Trimmings;
Write or call on
H. J. VOTTLER & SON
Arcade Music Store
37 Arcade. Cleveland. Ohio
These Coats Come in all sizes All the wanted colors
and every desirable fabric.
Tim newest evening filings for ihe young pen-on of the debutante uge
niu sweet and Minnie with not too much decoration. The diexn on ine leu
k n,i owlitil filmed iiiYufr of beaded satin with tl hint of the bustle about It
and silver luce and embroidery are iihed for a bit of unbelUsdiinent. The
in'iiii friw'k on the rlL'ht is erav with orange aifd bluei velvet flowers uud
with a sftsh of velvet rlbhou.
ftmmtfrQ 220-222 Summit St.
for Early Xmas Shoppers
Our holiday assorpnenl is most complete "ripe tor picking."
A Christmas Special
A 17 Jewel Waltham,
Elgin or Illinois j r
Watch for . . . $Ll.id
New thin model, linud enyraved ijr plain
case. This reliable watch makes a handsome
and acceptable K'ft for man or bov.
Solid Gold Signet Ring
solid gold signet j
Our price $6.50
1'urlNlMi Iory Toilet
Hot J-plece, b r u b 1i,
comb and mlr- (PC OC
, Women's Apparel Dep't,, Se,c ond Floor.
TMnmonu, Wntch nnil
Jenrlry Ilouxe. 12it
tntillNlied over l0
jrnrn, .Mull orilcrM
Mahogany Tambour Clock
8-day niovemont, cathedral gonu stilke', ganu
lno nialiogan case, largo dial. This is onolof
tho most popular styles of clocks now.Jiiarkot
ed. As a gift it will proo moot Q-J Q wj
Dloasing. Specially prjeed at, .... pl.O't D
The Judd-Gross-Jordan Co.
231 Summit St. TOLEDO, OfcIO; "'