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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS October sa, mo;
i: jSSIASAYS 1 1 .'. : v . . . .v - .DO 111 TALK Via Held T Be Present Iter's . ..Cstoft MaaVwlitneit Ml Trtattr nmsim i mm B lactase til atiast. Bar. W. L. 1 t' 0t course of his weeMy ad X' at Tempi Emanuel, Daven V laat evening. Dr. Joseph L. m assailed the Poliah Btate aa , r JTtateet disappointment and c to the world. "Wi all sym- Jilsed with the Poliah people and jleomsd their national rebirth U Joyful heart," declared the -hhl "But that new atate has .anted all our hopea. We believed at the Poliah nation, iUelf emerg m from under the foreign yoke, would thrive to the aplrit of toler ance and become a blessing to all the famine of the land. Instead, the Wheat chauvinism is being ftroused to that people and pogroms fcave become there a dally occur twees. Poland signed the peace treaty, which included . a clause fWBnteelng the rights of minori- tvsa, and immediately uereupon me Polish Beim pased Its anti-Jewish laws, evidently illustrating her Trasslan contempt for 'a scrap of taper.' :. We believed that Poland would settle down quietly to work Ud heal the wounds of the war; Instead, Poland has been responsi- W for more wars than any of the newly created states. While Po land is constantly appealing for help for its orphan and widowa and devastated hamleta, the Polish ttata it forever making new or phans and new widows and bring- tng new havoc to Its provinces. Ws Moated that Poland would stem aba tide of bolshevism. There 1b tmly one proper, effective and hon orable method to combat bolshe ttea and that is by promoting equality of opportunity and indus trial contentment in your own com Bmnlty. But Poland, by breeding abject poverty, riot and discontent, by neglecting Its economic inter ests because of the paramont obses Cion of war, by actually driving one of her neighbors into the arms Of Russia, haa done more for the Soviet than the propaganda office et the third Internationale at Mos cow, We believed that Poland, born fa the battle against imperialism, would help obliterate the spirit of Old Prussia. Instead Poland is to day the most avaricious of states. Poland la the new Prussia. In the laat coup in Vilna, Poland has re vealed herself in her naked reality. Two years after the crime of the partition of Poland was righted, we are shocked to have already In re turn a partition by Poland. And that coup was effected in truly Prussian fashion against the most peaceful and most well-meaning of -Um new atatea, after solemn prom ises had been given to Lithuania and In defiance of the League of Nations." recto Holy aoiumtna si ' a. at. an Mbla dan lor san at 0:30 a. m. of Ska Sunday school Bundavt. 0:90 a. as. Hair cm Twa itnt, tktra sad Bit aonaarsi 10:44 a. m. Moraine prayer ana serssos (oUus- Sundara at 10:45 a. m.. Kvemai Dranr aad serum. 4:30 a. at- Mania pmrr aad Utanr. PMdar. 10 a a Holy eoouBOBioa (holy dan) 10 a. av , PaF.KHWTI.B1 AN atral Prssorurlsa Oatmr at Vrrmr- tsenib street and Tssria asms. Jaaaea ThoauMoa MoMr. Dal nr. school at :6 a. B. aerrtoM at iv:t. and 7:30. Draadwar v. third atraas anl SaMBtk asanas. Joaa afeOawa Stevenson, paator. MM dual at B .10 a. m. Mens tMa at SOK) a. m. Women's Bible dans at ItM a. at. In, frank Muter, leaner. Ban at 10:45 and 7:30. Intermediate Senior Christian Endeavor at 8 .30 a. Bonta Park FresbrUrian Corner Thirtieth atnat aad Fifteenth avenue. Bar. W. O. Oclevs. Bailor. Sunday achool at fcSO a. m. Men class in tne noun next to church. H. I. Sudlow. laacbar. Yoooc men's class at 1S4S Thir tieth atnat. B. C. mediate Endeavor at 6:80. Senior Ea deaTor at 0:4. Berrien at 10:46 aad 7:30. Clelaod South Bock Island. Bar. Thomas Boshes, ontor. Sands sehool at : a. av EndeaTor at 0:30. Services at 10:45 aad 7:30. United Pretrjtenen Third area Da aad Fourteenth street. Dr. I. H. Gibson, pat- tor. Sunday achool at :30 i Mornlnr service 10:45. ' ETeainf ieee 7:30. Oak Gran United Praabvterlaa Twaa. Iv-foarth street aad nineteenth arenas. Ser. J. L. Vanes, pastor. Sunday school at B:30. Services at 10 : i am 7 :30. Gloria Dei Third United Yresbjterli Twelfth street and fortr-second avenue. Bar. Charles B. Mann, nastor. Dunoaf school at 8:45 a. m.. Senricn at 11 and 7:30. rirst nwetinr of two weeks re- Tlval serriees with Her. uur a. wiuiam on tn cbane. Saturday Who Is On the Lord's Bide. Banish Praahrterlan kural township. Bar. r. Fenrusoa Orle. naalor. Bible school at 10 a. ni. lnacnins aerrlon at 11 a. m. Coal TaUey Preshyterlan Coal Valley. it. F. FerrosoB Ogle, pastor. Bible school at 8 p. at. Sermon at 3 p. aa Christian Kadeaor at 7:30 p. av Milan neabrtenan Buaaar eenooi at :to. Preachinf aenion at 10:44. Prayer for Judges HAUL GREATER TONNAGE GOAL BaOnada of Cemtrr Strtrfns; jLUeriate 8hrtaa-Flgmres . Show Saceen. MQZiAK MINISTER 0 IS EVANGELIST T, v a n i i - w. rfuau ja. AecKfir, wno suc ceeds Rev. M. E. Welsenberger as paator of tha Milan Methodist church, has been very active in re vival work and evangelistlcal meet ings in the state. He waa for eight Tears in the evangelistic Held, and conducted the music at revivals held by Dr. John T. Jones, now the district superintendent, at special Services at Normal and Monmouth. He was associated with Rev. John Ik Beveridge, the evangelist, for some time. He has led over a hun - dred revivals and camp meetings fn the central states. Rev. Mr. Decker comes here after three years as pastor of the church at West Jersey. His theme tomorrow morn lag at the service at 10:45 will be Two Characters I Have Met," and In tha evening at 7:30, "Suicide.' WOMEN OF DEMO PARTY WILL HAVE PROGRAM MONDAY To rest themselves from the train of work encountered in the last few weeks of the election cam paign, women of the county Demo cratic committee, will meet Monday evening at their headquarters in the Rock Island house for an enter- tainment Mrs. E. C. Berry, chair man, will preside. The program for the evening will Include a talk by some local Demo cratic speaker, a vocal solo by Miss Mary McKlnney, a reading by Patranella Stuadahar. and a solo by Miss Kathcrlne Fuller. Plana for the cotnlna of Mrs. George Base, national chairman of the Democratic committee, next Friday night at Augustana will be made by the various committees during the week. MSTnODIKT First Methodist corner ol Finn ave nue sod Nineteenth street. Bev. J. A. Chap man, pastor. Sunday school at S:J0 a. m. Senricn at 10:45 and 7:30. Bnencer Memorial Metnooisi corner Forty-third street and Seventh avenue, iter. A. M. Stockin. pastor. Sunday school at S:30 a. m. Services at 10:4a sad 7:30. Free Methodist 1520 Ninth avenue. Bev. John Parry, naitor. Sunday school at 9:3(1. Preaching at 10:45. Evening son and praise service at 7 o'clock and eveninr preachinf at 8 o'clock. Way man Alncan Methodist Episcopal Corner Fifth-and-a-half avenue and Thirteenth street. He;. A. B. Boyd, pas tor. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Milan Methodist Bev. John A. Decker, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. av. BpWorth learue at 0:45 p. m. Bsr a. ra. Services at 10:45 s. m. and 7:30 p. m. Mornins theme. "Two Characten 1 Have Met." Eveninr theme. "Suicide." Centenary Methodist Tturty-eifhth street. Eighteenth avenue. Bev. O. W. Carr, pastor. Sunday school at 2:15. French' iu services at 3 o'clock. CHRISTIAN Memorial Christian Comer Third ave nue and Fifteenth street. Rev. Launcelot Hadsway. pastor. Bible school at 9:30 a. m.l A. D. Phillips superintendent. Mora ine services 10:45. Christian Endeavor at :30. Eveninr services at 7:30 with Bev. M. E. Chatley. Second Christian Corner Sixth street and Thirteenth avenue. Christian En- snd Thirteenth avenue. Bev. W. B. Oliver, nastor. (Services every second snd fourth Sunday). No preaching service Sunday morninr. Ouieers will meet in the alter O God. Who 'art the Author and Oiver ot law, from Whom alone all just designs and righteous Judg ments proceed, give unto all those who frame, interpret or administer human law the counsel of Thy Holy Spirit, that they may know them selves Thy ministers. Remove from them all pride and vainglory of class, all prejudice of birth and training.' all narrowness oi place and power, and grant them tcranow that only In loving and sympathy with their fellowmen ft there the possibility of clear understanding and righteous decision. Enable them so to receive the precepts and examples of the past that they build upon the heritage of the fa thers a just and adequate edifice of law for the present Aa they deduce the. principles which underlie the customary laws of men, give unto them the larger vision of the reign ot law and the ordered universe, of the precedents of nature and providence, and suf fer them not to forget or to De ig norant of those inevitable laws ot thine which outlive the lives of men. O Thou Who hast given to man the will o conquer the earth, the power to serve his fellows and the heart to love Thee, may the rule of the market place never be suffered to obscure Thine eternal justice, but grant to all these, the ministers of human justice, the will and abil ity to pacify the passions and ad just the disputes of men. Suffer them neither to be swayed by tne prejudices nor appeal to the weak nesses of others, but to deal fair ly, counsel wisely and acquit them selves manfully in 11 matters; to be the servants of all men, but the hirelings of none, and so to hasten the Kingdom of God on earth, for which we pray. MORNAY WILLIAMS. j . DID YOtT KNOW? 10:30 o'clock. English sermon. Sunday chbol at 2:30 p. m Vespers and bene diction at 3 p. m. Week-day masses at 8 o'clock. St. Paul's church (Belgian) Twenty fourth etreet and Eighth-and-a-half ave nue. Mass at 8:30 and 10:30. Father P. Zwart. rector. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church ot Christ. Scientist Cor ner Seventh ave?s end Twenty-second street. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Tes timonial meeting every Wednesday at I p. m. ' Sunday service at 10:45 a. m. The church maintains a free Ysadrne room in the People's National Bank building, which is open every week-day from 11:30 a. m. to 5 p. m., and every Saturday Irom 11 :30 to 5 and from 7 :30 p. m. to 9. All authorised literature on Christian Sdeaco nay bo read or pur- noon. The congregation joins in a 'union service at the Memorial church in the eveninr. Fifteenth Avenua csnstiaw Corner Filteenln avenue and Thirty-sixth street. Bev, Guy B. Williamson, pastor. Bible school at B-.3U. Dr. J. H. Nichols, superin tendent. Morning- worship 10:45. Junior! Christian Endeavor 3 o clock. Intermed iate Christian Endeavor 4 o'clock. Evening service 7:3U. LCTflEBAN Imntanuel's Lutheran Twentieth street and tilth avenue. Bev. Ph. Wilhelm, pastor. Sunday school at 9 a, m. Ger man service at 10:30. Evanrelical Church of Peace Corner Twelfth street and Twelfth avenue. Bev. F. J. Bolt, pastor. German services at 8:50. Sunday school at 9:45. English services at 10:45. Grace English Lutheran Corner Sev enth avenue and Forty-fourth street. Dr. B. A. Brsndelle, pastor. Sunday achool at 9:15 a. m. Services st 10:45 a. m. And 7:45 p. m. Luther league at 7 p. m. Ion Lutheran church Forty-Bfth strent and Seventh avenue. Bev. John Ekhotsa. pastor Sunday school at 9:30 a. aa.- Servico at 10:45 a. bl and 7:30 p. m. First Swedish Lutheran Corner Four teenth street and Fourth avenue. Bev, Karl Nilssoa. pastor. Sunday school at 0:15 a. m. Services at 10:45 a. m. Bev. C. 1. Johnson of Joliet wlil be the speaker. CATHOLIC St. Joseph's Parish rhnreh Second svenue and Fourteenth street. Dean P. H. Durkin. rector. Masses at 7. 8. 9 and 10 o clock. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Sacred Heart Parish church Firth ave nue and Twent. -eighth street. Father Clement P. O'Neill, rector. Sunday masses at 7. 8:30 and 10:30 a. sn. Sun day school at 9:16 a. m. Week-day masses at 7:30 a. m. Eveninr devotions Iwheo said). 7:45. St. Mary's Parish church Fourth ave nue and Twenty-second street. Father F. o'clock. English serason. High mass at j BAPTIST Fir I Baptist Corner Third avenue and Fifteenth street. Bev. 3. Ciark Oranger. pastor. Sunday school at 9:30. Men's Brotherhood class st 9:45. Subject, "The Character Which Jesus Bequirest." Carlton G. Taylor in charge. Morning services at 10:45. Subject. "Jesus the Prophet." Evening subject, "The Creation of Man." Edgewood Baptist Corner Forty-fourth street and Fifth avenue. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Morning service at 11. B. Y. P. U. at 6:30. Evening service 7:45. Second Baptist (colored) Tenth street end Sixth avenue. Bev. S. 11. Gibson. Individuals and Industries In the west that have ordered coal and yet are unable to obtain delivery have naturally exhibited some con cern over the prospective coal sup ply situation this winter. The rea sons for this concern, mut, how ever, be gradually dispelled when the facta regarding the production and movement of coal axe dis closed. This year, up to Dec. 85, the rail roads had moved 39247,000 tons of bituminous coal from the mines, aa compared with a total of 341,- 276.000 in the same penoa lasi year, an increase oi over oi,ow,- 000 tons. - Where Is the coal going? large ly to northwestern and New Eng land districts, because of the ser ious shortage there, and to which it must be moved before naviga tion on the Great Lakes is closed. Central West Next, The next step will be to supply the central west and other sections to which winter comes later and is less rieorous. This heavy movement of coal has been made possible ty increased railroad operating efficiency, be cause the available facilities have not increased, and could not be in the short time in which 4the rail roads have been' operated by their owners. i The results which already have been accomplished In increasing efficiency are indicative of what can . be done by private initiative snd oreanization in the face of very adverse conditions. In the week ending Sept 4. 947,743 cars of freight were loaded; in the week ending Sept. 11, in which was in cluded the Labor day holiday, 872, 043 cars; in the week ending Sept 18, 983,913 cars. 288.000 Tars Delayed. The accumulation of delayed cars in April, following the. outlaw strike of yardmen, totaled 288,000 cars. This was reduced to 47,689 cars for the week ending Sept. 24, which is normal. In April the av erage miles made dally by each freight car in the country was less than 20 miles. This average had been increased to 25.7 miles by July, and the reports which have since been made by various rail roads indicate that the goal of 30 miles per car per day, set by the railroad executives, will be reach ed. The excess of cars ordered by shippers throughout the United States in the week ending Sept 1, over the number supplied by the railways, was reported as 151,440. In the week ending Sept 17 it was 69,1114. While transportation con ditions are by no means satisfac tory, the facts show that the rail way managements are making splendid progress in improving them. That Rock Island county will celebrate GO-TO-SUNDAY-8CHOOL day tomorrow? '- , . . That every denomination is ob serving the day? That President Wood row Wilson said, "No study is more important to the child than the studyof the bible and the truths which it teaches, and there is no more effec live narencv for Buch study than tha, Sundav school. The Sunday achnoi lesr - of today is the codd of morals . tomorrow. Too much attention cannot be paid to the work which the Sunday school is doing?" That David Lloyd ueorge, prime minister of Great Britain, says: "All that I am and whatever I have accomplished I owe to the Sunday school that I attenaea as a wy: That the Sunday school is our greatest evangelising agency; that 83 per cent ot tne cnurcn mem bers, 90 per cent of our church workers and missionaries, and 95 ner cent of our preachern come from the Sunday school; and that'. 96 per cent of all conversions occur j beiore tne age 012a: That Judge Fawcett, of the Brooklyn Juvenile court in address ing a boy delinquent said: "In the five years I have been sitting on the bench, I have had 2,700 boys before me for sentence and not one ot them was an attendant 01 a sun day school. Had you gone there I am sure you would not be before me today?" That the Illinois Sunday School association has six employed state field secretaries and office secre taries, giving their entire time to helping Sunday schools, traveling thousands of miles annually, and speaking to hundreds of thousands of people? That the Illinois Sunday School association holds annually nearly a thousand Sunday school conven tions, reaching three-fourths of all the Sunday school of all denomi nations in our state; and that in addition it distributes, free , of charge, a large quantity of printed matter on Sunday school work an nually? That Illinois has nearly 7,000 Sunday schools, with approximate ly one million members enrolled in them? That there are over one hundred thousand officers and teachers at work in the Sunday schools of Illi nois? . , ' That Illinois Sunday School as sociation, through its work of stan sapport and liberal contributions of St Louis convention. those men and women wno believe unauey win also assiit morning service, which is to at charge of the Christian RI la the values of the child, the worth of bible study, and the importance of the Sunday school as the one motes In the local Sunday school the standard of efficiency recog nised by the denominations and the International Sunday , School association ? ' That this- means more cradle rolls and home departments, more organised young people's and adult division classes," graded or ganisation and instruction, more workers' conferences, more deci sions for Christ and Increased church membership? That the Illinois Sunday School association is the only organisation in Illinois that helps Sunday schools of all denominations to give better bible teaching and reaches and helps boys, girls, men and women of all ages and In all sta tions of life? That the Illinois Sunday School association needs the religious education of the Ameri can people men and women who believe that the best Investment in the world Is an Investment In a life, who believe that boys and girls pay bigger dividends than corn and wheat andi real estate? We are de pendent upon the substantial sup port of those who are either able to give or willing to sacrifice.' FORMEE PASTOR TO TALK AT MEMORIAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH society. tor. w BISHOP DUNNE TO COircoiM CLASS?) INCITYSUHBfl The Right Rev. E. M. DsnJ bishop of Peoria, will arrive, lift city this evening to administer ? firmation at the different Cataa churches in the twin-dUea toasa row. He will stay at the hosi Heart rectory tonight and wUIbb. firm 70 children and 20 ndh!T the Sacred Heart church at l a tomorrow morning. From tw'? will go to St Joseph's cssmI where there will be a class nf2" confirmed at the 10:30 mats. i!Z Rev. M. E. Chatley, formerly pas tor of the - Memorial Christian church and now of Ashtabula, Ohio, I dinner the bishop g0 ta Z will prestcn, ai cue awium iai vui e- tion church' Sunday evening, in the absence of the pastor. Rev. Launce- substantial : lot Hadaway, who Is attending the Sacred Heart in Moline, thssT Holy Trinity in Moline anT J confirm the last class at dt HJtaM,' .hn,.h TJ 1 ... " pastor. PALE CHILDREN KEED IR0JT. And they love to take GROVE'S Sunday school at 0:45. Preaching IRON TONIC SYRUP. Absolutely at 11 o'clock and 7:30. The Reorranued Church ot Jesus Christ of Latter lay Saints Eiihteenlh avenue and Tenth street. H. J. Arcbambault. elder In charge. Residence back of the church. Telephone K. I. 4930. Sunday scnooi at :30 a. m. Pre actum at 11 a. tn. and 7:30 p. m. Religion at 0:15 p. m. The public is welcome. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8. West End Settlement 429 Seventh ave nue. Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.; W. B. Darker, superintendent. Cottage prayer meeting Monday: mid-week service Wed nesday and tarrying meeting Friday. Rescue Mission 119 Eighteenth street. Jamas Daubney. superintendent. Sunday school at 3 p. m. Services every night at 7:30 and converts' prayer service at v:ju every week-day night. Church of Spiritual Harmony Meetings will be held at the A. Zimmer home. 156 Fourth avenue, until further notice, with E. B. Trestler as leader. Church of God fifth avenue and Eleventh street. Mrs. W. A. Hamilton, pastor in charge. Sunday school at 6:45. Services at 7:30. The Holy Bible Mission At 721 Third avenue. Dedication at 3 o'clock. Revival meeting at 7:30 conducted by J. C. Ran dall. Service every night the following week.. harmless. Price store. (Adv.) 75c at any drug Hood's Sarsaparilla Makes Food Taste Good fEURALGIA If EASED AT ONCE T THE 9 I OLD MOIABU REMEDY EDOVNDABLE ABSOUTELY AFUDIHE ITS UQUIO - QUICK EFFECT (Advertisement) RUPTURE (MR, HERE teeley. Famous In This Specialty, . .. ( ailed i Hock Maud. ' P. H. Seeley or Chicago and lhiladelphta. the noted truss ex pert, will be at the Harper hotel and will remain Saturday and Sun day only. Oct 23-24. Mr. Seeley says: "The spermatic Shield as supplied to the 1'nlted States gov ernment will not only retain any ease of rupture perfectly, but con tracts the opening In todays on the average rase. This instrument re ceived the only award in England and Spain,, producing results with out surgery. Injections, medical treatments or prescriptions. Mr. Seeley has documents from the United States . government. Wash ington. O. C, for inspection. All eharity cases without charge, or if any Interested call, he will be glad ' to show same without charce ori It them if desired. Business de-1 mands prevent stopping at any oth-! er place in this section. P. Hr-Every atetenrnt In this Ht has keen vcrlM befere the i federal and Mat eewrtsV-F. H., Those New Low Starched Collars ARE POPULAR but like all Starched Collars, expert laundering is necessary to maintain the original lines. Expert Laundering will also add to the life and good looks of Shirts. For Expert Laundry Service; Telephone Davenport 85. mm f ' &- -?-o i r ears pass y joir daily. TVx Creates an appetite, aids digestion. purifies the blood, and thus relieves scrofula, catarrh, the pains and aches of rheumatism and gives strength to the whole system. Nearly 50 years' phenomenal sales tell the story of the great merit and success of Hood's Sarsaparilla. It Is just the medicine you need now. Hood's Pills help fine cathartic. Warming relief for ttieumatfc aches HE'S just used Sloan's Liniment and the quick comfort had brought a smile of pleasure to his face. Good for aches resulting , from weather exposure. sprains, strains, lame back, overworked muscles. Pene trates without rubbing. All A5 7CH HrvO druggists have it Liniments IF KIDNEYS ACT BAD TAKE SALTS Says Backache U Sign Ton Hare Been Eating Too Such Meat. SSU.Br HUH K BL. I M AHP OKDEB a CASK NOW. si iwvn UM II ROCK When you wake up with back ache and dull misery in the kidney region it generally means you have been eating too much meat, says a well known authority. Meat forms uric acid which overworks the kid neys in their effort to filter it from the blood and they become sort of paralyzed and loggy. When your kidneys get sluggish and clog you must relieve them, like you relieve your bowels; removing all the body's urinous waste, else you have backache, sick headache, - dizzy spells; your stomach sours, tongue is coated, and when the weather is bad you have rheumatic twinges. The urine is cloudy, full of sedi ment, channels often get sore, wa ter scalds and you are obliged to seek relief two or three times dur ing the night. Either consult a good, reliable physician at once or get from your pharmacist about four ounces of Jad Salts; take a tablespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. . This famous salts Is made from the acid of grapes and lemon Juice, combined with lithia, and has been used for generations to clean and stimulate sluggish kidneys, also to neutral ise adds In the urine so it no longer Irritates, thus ending blad der weakness. Jad Salts Is a life saver for reg- IllSLT lllMl Aatftra T, t...... sive, cannot injure and make a de- a mm m p. " .unison ukuus-w&ier HECK . i"rink- IP YOU HAD A1 S0Re1Tr0AT,A" "un BMll 1.017 Feels Fine TTlT lTrTTT LPOWH 1 TOIISILIIIE IT saJsav flssisad Saav tL ALL WmoifHi' IELIABLE SEET1CE CAREFTJL DBJTEB9 Call SPARK'S Taxi 0B FH0XE DAV MGHT R.I. 230 Eatonic Ended His Troubles "Eatonie is the only thing I have found to stop my heartburn and 1 think it haa been a neat help in nervous spells," writes G. C.Johnson. An upset stomach may cause lots ofsuSeriiurallovertheharlv. Riinn helps in each eases by removing the 1 cause of the misery, because it take up and carries out the excess acid 1 and gases and keeps the digestive j organs in natural working order. A 1 tablet after meals is all you need. ' 1 Big box Costa onlv aXtrirla arith Go to Sunday School Day in America Oct. 24 THE Children of today are the future of America. Shall America be Christian? The Sunday Schools of all denomina tions invite you Men, Women and Children EVERYBODY IN SOMEBODY'S SUNDAY SCHOOL TOMORROW Street Railway Facts In the last statement it was suggested that a reduced rate ticket below a straight 1 0 cent fare could be given by this company by operating the present equipment with one man during the light periods of the day, employing two men during the peak loads. That this plan is entirely feasible is shown by the fact that since 1917 the munic ipally operated street railway in Calgary, a city of 75,000 people, has been operating with one man only throughout the entire day, with larger cars than are in use in this community. Do not overlook the fact that the company has in no profited by the increase in fares which are in force and way which are proposed, as the net earnings are at present Wo iess man iney were in I 7 1 , while the wages have in creased from an average of $854.92 to $2,073.50 per man per year,1 as it is almost entirely due to this large increase m wages that the earnings of the company have practically disappeared and the fare considerably increased. Tri-City Railway Co. inn i druggist's guarantee.