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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - July 15, 1911, Oakland, California SATURDAY OAKLAND TRIBUNE It is the duty of every expectant toother to prepare her system for tie coaling of her little one to avoid as tar as possible the suffering of such Occasions and endeavor to pass through the crisis with her md strength unimpaired This she may do through the use of Mothers Friend a remedy that has been so long in use and accomplished so much good that it is in np sense an experiment but a always produces the best results It Is for application and so pen strating in its nature as to thoroughly lubricate every muscle nerve and ten Son involved during the period before baby conies It aids nature by ex panding the skin and tissues relieves tenderness and soreness and perfectly prepares the system for natural arid safe motherhood has been used and endorsed by thou sands of mothers and its use will prove a comfort and a benefit to any woman in need of such a remedy Mothers Briend is sold at drug stores Write for free book for expectant moth ers which con tains much Valuable information BRADFIELD REGULATOR Atlanta Go I hays the exact Hind of Bal ing Machine that every woman needs I sell them on terras that anybody can easily fact so easy that they dont real ize they are paying out anything at all I everything that goes with Sewing belts needles and single parts My expert does the most sat repairing 531 TWEMTTH STREET Wear Clay Ask Your Druggist or Grocer Glacier Field Lake Louise Banff Have you heard of them Let us explain liow yon can take in tho of the Rockies on your next eastern trip On ono way tickets there is no rcl for routing On the Special trip tickets for a slight charge you can either go or return Pacific Write for FRED L JCASOX City Ticket G Gen Agt Pass bept 645 St Hotel Bids San Francisco Religious and k of New One of the greatest events in the iory pf Mt when Mt Building costing nearly was far as this Is the only home of mission work In the world The building was crowded to the and men representing different atlpns H B pfi San Fran presided The music was the direction of Key J PT ji who Hermorjmade fai address giving the history of the Mt agq the ground on which the building now stands lyas dedicated to Work The trend of the last century has been toward the getting together of the Seven arq now at Mt Following Dr were speeches by the women behind thg work K fe fif Sari spoHs on Pur the woman who by ths loan of Mrs C A of Berkeley spoke appealing for a mis library at Mt Herman Building and showing four by Dr anc Mrs of Berkelsy as a ip tis Mrs C H pf Oakland Baptist spoke on Thp Advantages rig first y enlarged sympathy and She It is fifty years since ypmen were organized In work Forty p that we i trie work o own denomination It s only the las ten years since we have broadened pur and been looking at and studying b9 whole pisat movement of God as by the Mrs of Stege Presby on I the builder of the Federated Missions Building to rise and he was greeted with Ele erected a handsome build in finishing off the and with wppd the upper of story of A unique large cobble chimney that 11 hold a built of granite cobbles pb by Mr Hackett from the beach about four miles from Santa Cruz The prayer pf dedication was offered by Rev Hetts F Douglas Tile succeeding of missions will be held at Mt for a wek closing with th Indian sessions fit July 20 METHODIST EPISCOPAL Avenue Methodist Church corner of street Oakland oase p p subject Recent Tragedies Th Blessing Turned Into a evening subject Tlie Review and an Application s lecture Methodist Episcopal avenue and F W Lloyd a rn q p rji Journey Jesus p m ice fourth avenue W pas at a League at 7 p rri preaching at 11 ser mqn by Rey A J Case Evening serv Ice at The a service of song entitled The Story of a Pink Hose Mr N Iqn will read the story E Thirteenth and Rev service at 11 evening a 30 at 10 MRSi HERBERT soprano soloist Street Presbyterian Church Key B Hays Services a m and m PCQ E A of preach morning and evening at a m at p m prayer meeting Wadnes rri Hanna Memorial Presbyterian corner Eighteenth streets Ret John rn theme In the theme Law and the Be liever Special at services jit mC p prayer Bible Wednesday p m Brooklyn Church Twelfth avenue arid East K Rey D D professor US Systematic In Park College at and p rn Sabbath at Tlie corner Franklin streets Rev F Superintendent Loyal Sons Loy al Mens club and the meet irig of theM M C at the hour BAPTIST Swedish Baptist Church corner Tent and Magnolia streets B L nfi B L the alt thi evening Calvary West strge lear i m Bible ll a m sermon Kingdom and the Christian p m street service p rh People p rri and the 5 p rj Conduct p ni Church an Chester J Case pas the pastor Church will preach of Danish M B Twen street between San Pablo Tele graph avenues Frank A subject Esaias pf th Door Was Shut p m aud Bible reading Wednesday 8 p m social a Sp rri second the ried on by the Young society The Eighth Avenue Church Methodist Episcopal Eighth Avenue arid East Seyr Leon L Loofbourow The Dangers p m Our Most Intimate Friends The pastor at services at League at First Methodist Four Bev W pastor and Rev Wiri C as SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist SeVr and Franklin services atii am and m subject at 9 30 a m Wednesday evening meeting at g reading ip the edifice open from 12 to 4 p rn reading room 99 Bar streets to 9 p m to 9 Second Church of Christ Scientist hall and Tele of Christ Scientist Fruit East III a C Poole will preach at both services Congregational Church Eighth avenue and East Fifteenth Rey VV Elsworth Tha A th ui and j Evening subject Is Bn throned Save Money Avoid Pain Teeth Extracted Pain Congregational Church and East street Hpv Mj Palmer anl My Rev 13 clair I Fourth Congregational Grove anil streets i Painless in SET OF TEETH GOLD CROWINS Sfl WOKE J Free when teeth are all BOSTON DENTAL PARLORS WASHINGTON ST days S to S Sundays 10 to 2 II you a or a room o help of any kind use tho THE day July Plymouth Congregational Church Rev A W Palmer Alfred W Hare will preach Incr The of an even ing The City First Congregational Church Twelfth and Clay and evening bs Professor Pacific 1 Seminary at 11 in the vs Su and at m the bp What Go4 Dp fpr PRESBYTERIAN Presbyterian Forty sWest east Tele graph avenue Rey Alfred E Street hour 6 p rri Christian n C testimonial meeting at 8 p m free read ing at 3222 East Fourteenth street onen from 2 in also day to 9 m Church of Christ Scientist hall Sixth and East Twelfth Sunday at 11 a m subject Life at a m Wednesday hlal meeting at S Christian Science Society pj Sunday at p hall street and ond avenue at 11 a m subject Life at a m 8 read ing open daily except Sunday 2 to i p m at East between and Ninetieth nues Ly o tit Friday entertainment at Hamilton Auc Baptist Church Telegraph avenu and Jones Wni C will preach in the morning at lla m in the at p rri ST At the 11 a m High Mass at S At tlie 11 ai St Marys Eighth arid Jefferson streef the Oakland the of Greg pry Schuberts in F During the sing Abts Bev Fath the sermon Mr Adolf Gregory win at the orga In the evening at there will be Ve pels by Rossi followed by sermon whip will be delivered by after be of the Blessed during the wilt sing 6 bi nqd and by pur Savior Danish Lutheran Churc K If a rri evensong 8 p m Young meets 8 p m St Pauls Evangelical Lutheran Church and Linden streets Rev S Hustveat school ID a m service ip Norwegian Ehurch B S 1C 11 Toung CHRISTIAN Christian t Short Sermons for Busy Readers The Practical From Another Point of View Finally brethren whatsoever things true whatsoever are honest things are Just whatsoever things are pure are things are of report if be any if there be any praise think on these this and kindred passages of Scripture It seem Paul the Apostle to he was an out and out png sf the great of our of and the pj ED ordering as to give true emphasis to the varied into their ts to say Crf therri symmetrical and all round the of recorded history tht Nineteenth remain as a tury Rf jn the realm of facts and against that ture fpund in first Pf wherein the of the passed In to see he call Ip the drama of modern times wherein the facts and of the winds and waves the brous pf the soil the titans of arid electricity hays ft 5 RHr times to see what they call OF Wtj W TIMES In of this penchant pf a a more or yielded ourselves to of the times One of tbg moat potent pf all is a contention for the f thp tangible practical The tang and pf fhe time soil The cry if for and the world along all who make in the com that are marketable Much of the modern apathy and in difference toward the church I doubt npt can be traced tp the feel ing that a great many are coming more and tp it doesnt face the facts as they are battjes are steam In a word that it Isnt practical that It doesnt touch as it all due deference to propagandists of the may It not be before we are to the dally gf fnd of our and them up the shafts fgd Time the grim qld sportsman has aimed so at ijs all that we will have to enlarge qur pf the practical and Include with them pome of thg 19 allP fts ot pur The In thg sky a the the pf a linnets wing the pf s pse at In the light of this modern qf mind sefem lacking in any asset of gnd yet they ars as a part pf the pur made them as Is the of Bandy desert or the or the star that them HEX Were it not such a there is nothing that more jn element of than for a motherly hep hover patiently a nest Pf gppd and thereby to ntq pf dependent fluffy and yet history is a complete of the of the hen And so I think in long run a good many things that wa have tp slip VS lacking in practical have tc be retrieved from the waste basket and canonized along with commonplaces of everyday existence gingle thought the giving pf a cup pf prater a glance of or a single by V friend at Deling ft chime pf p burst qf childish song or sudden of the sea sends tumbling over the shingles pf the qf such meaning that men are apt to miss pf things the flight of birds or floating by of a bern qf old bs pf such as t change the quest qf worlds Rey A Bpyer is of the First Ghristian Church 1 and Webster You Ought To Know that impure blood with its result unpleasant breath headaches unrestful nights poor appetite sallow skin pimples and PILLS have been doing good to men and women for many many years aad their has been tested and They remove the cause pf physical troubles A few small doses will their safe tonic action qn you Pills yill help you to an actives liver a good a swept breath clear head and ing sleep In young or they will Constipation fa lOc DENIES FORMER NEVADA BOARD WAS INDICTED Nev July of Euraka county today issued been issued against Governor p S S Sprague S WY Belr fprd and A B members of the last Banking This were circulated in with an investigation of the closing ofthe Eureka County Bank also reports that the men under arrest or that warrants had been sworn out against them Stand fpr Arouses dists of f SAN ANTONIO Ter July biggest sensation pf the bitter fight Telegraph and Twenty street Rev Clif tori Iacon rector Rev F Augustus Martyr Holy a ra 10 a m 11 a rh II G preach at services Holy Chapel Shattuck be 1 la m evening prayer and ser mon m St Eighth and Groye Edgar F a prayer and at 10 oclock choral eucharist at 11 oclock choral and mqn at St Pauls Church Grand avenue near Webster street Rey Alexander Allen Rear B Franklin S a m morn ing prayer with sermon ves pers with address dur the Good Samaritan and Ninth streets Rev R vi p m 8 p rn evensong with address no ser during Christian East street R L preach Sunday evening ttre pul pit will be filled by KJiy C C p national secretary of work among of the south a1 First Christiari and Webster brie block east or the Key Route A preaching by Bev Gep W of City Mo seer tarly of board of extension of Christian evening Signs of ths Times Suii i UJ ant jj iu af led by L W Potts at a m li W at service will UNITED United Brethren Thirty fourth and Adeline streets Hallge ject 12 C E 7 8 subject and the The outdoor vesper Young wil bo held In at 6 p m leader Rev p L n S subject Tlie Voice if the this will be the an ta bs 819 Athens aVenue near San hold services Sun day workers R ip s in The Spiritual Aid Society meets in LJn Knott and Mrsi The Fraternal Circle of liall ttV Broadway Snd street the me will be Mrs Stearns Trinity Shurch in Woodmen Regular evening service con ducted by Jennie of San last night when Bishop E D of tpe read of hat the governor stumping the state in the oj HS the was around the in hp was a apd denying ft his hg tn traffic Declaring he was pfr as of the ist Church Bishop said that on as prohibition and as the traffic Hg fH true bg This declar was necessary to fee was a Christian an He fie bls here in In that no bisHop prescribed hTs or ipr him he good here a of a to the clpal pf the of Shansi has fpr He lately unl hall 214 San pablo avenue near church the pf tlie iats with appropriate lecture fa and sing Ing by Mr arid Mrs C At 3 Sari ays the Mrs Mrs It sim bs bir life read ings and messages In tUB same Kail cla Bible meets gp J 0 Corliss Takes a Firm Against State Br J Q In an al the against state federation and Sunday laKS He that there icas a mpye set by the Reform Association tP make this a Christian na tion by substituting the of Christ in the Constitution and the a3 tbs pf law and merit to run this country as an to all the rest of the world as to hpw to run a country I have letters in my said which tell me pf the In Russja apd we preach fhe Gospel any without trouble that thechurch and state are ona and the rules tho country we bg come forbid It any should adopt religious and gp Into that business It as false leave ft and it laws they tq ws defeated by a Sunday laws the haying to press b one amendment that all which is tp npt One noted told a conference that h In lth if to put the Sunday Thus tq throw pur and ii jet them A noted jurist of the Supreme Court at a banquet said the Court uphold a lasy fpr In the GaN has law pri ils we top gov back tq the ages when all and spr world ever have gan Sunday Let us as atre This IS enough the knes to prelates and recognize cc and cures all 1001 Washington street CHICAGO ILL and Return ST PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS MINN Return IJEW VORK N Y and Return BOSTON MASS and PHILADELPHIA PA Return BALTIMORE MD and Return D C and Roturn ONT and QUE and QUEBEC QUE and PORTLAND ME and ROCHESTER N Y knd Return ATLANTIC DETROIT and IND and Return tickets oa vale on rart OUB dates rla md North Western Liberal return limit and s are available for on tbd ux Bad depot at a m and p ty Direct co Full dates of sale etc on request K K Ocn Aat RIO W BT Bv Plead Bids San a Ayt B B 1122 Wl Book Have you one Do you know that one of the largest employers ip this country always asks Kaye you a savings act Theres a hint for you We pay four per cent sn all sayings SECURITY BANK ANO TRUST 6 E Cor H C A D Wilson G A Smith Broadway
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