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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 healtli 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 preparatiqn whicli always produces the best results It Is for exernal 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 IVTotherS 2rieqd 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 isfactory repairing 531 TWEMTTH STREET Wear Clay Ask Your Druggist or Ypur Grocer Glacier Field Lake Louise Banff Have you heard of them Let us explain liow yon can take in tho Ticatitles of the Ganaclinn Rockies on your next eastern trip On ono way tickets there is no rcl Utiomil cJinrgro for Cauttflinn Papillp routing On the Special Ocipsion louml trip tickets for a slight clitipnal charge you can either go or return Canaillnri Pacific Write for tietallecl itifprnintlqu FRED L JCASOX City Ticket Agrt G 3f Gen Agt Pass bept 645 aiarkct St Hotel Bids San Francisco Religious and Literapy k Dedicatipn of New Stpuctur One of the greatest events in the iory pf Mt IJsrrnbn pccujrjjdlaiit Eesday when Mt Yernpji iklssiohs Building costing nearly was far as this Is the only home of InterdenprniriatiorTal mission work In the world The building was crowded to the dpqrs wpnierj and men representing different dendrriln atlpns tyTrs H B Prpney pfi San Fran presided The music was undqr the direction of Key J Pattsrscfn PT ji Gilcririfst who jabqrerl gentlyfpr Hermorjmade fai jijgtL address giving the history of the Mt iiermon BuiidlngThreeyears agq the ground on which the building now stands lyas dedicated to interdanpmlnatipnal Work The trend of the last century has been toward the getting together of the denomtnatipns Seven arq now reprefsented at Mt JJeirmpn Following Dr Sllchrlst were speeches by the women behind thg work K fe Gqddard fif Sari Franclscoj spoHs on Pur Patrqnefis the woman who by ths loan of Mrs C A Wpstenberg of Berkeley spoke appealing for booksto fprm a mis sionary library at Mt Herman Building and showing four bppks gjyen by Dr anc Mrs Sinythe of Berkelsy as a ip tis Ibrary Mrs C H Hpbart pf Oakland Baptist spoke on Thp Advantages pfthe rig mentjorijng first nlarsed y secqnd enlarged sympathy and owshlp She sajd It is fifty years since ypmen were organized In mlsslpnary work Forty yeprg p that we i mpst trie work o 3Ur 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 rcoigght ciit by the phurch irnlyersoJ Mrs McCIelian of Stege XJnlted Presby eriaTi sppke on I the builder of the Federated Missions Building to rise and he was greeted with applauso Ele erected a handsome build in finishing off the waijs and pefrlngs with handdressed wppd the upper stpry of pltjq aridthiiqwer story of A unique large cobble chimney that 11 hold a ipgwas built of granite cobbles pb talned 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 schpol of missions will be held at Mt Hqrmori for a wek closing with th Indian sessions fit July 20 METHODIST EPISCOPAL Shattupk Avenue Methodist Eplscqpa Church corner of ayeriue Sixtythird street Oakland oase p p subject Recent Tragedies Th RestDay Blessing Turned Into a evening subject Tlie SalopritjeepersIjed jeivrA Review and an Application s 3iifl lecture Fruityale Methodist Episcopal Bpston avenue and Schpol F W Lloyd a rn iiThe Glpry q p rji Journey jyithQu Jesus p m Bpwprth Leagiieserv ice cqnductsd byMlsS jVIethqdlst fpwenty fourth avenue Sfsy W f3 Boblris pas Sundayschool at a League at 7 p rri preaching at 11 ser mqn by Rey A J Case Evening serv Ice at The chqlr giyg a Verj service of song entitled The Story of a Pink Hose Mr N Iqn will read the story SwedlsliM E Churph Thirteenth and Marketstreets Rev ABLlnd Mprnlrig service at 11 evening sefvlce a 30 at 10 midweel MRSi HERBERT KINCAIQ soprano soloist Street Presbyterian Church Pakland Key Hprbsrt B Hays Services a m and m PCQ fesabr E A Wltcher of SanAriselmpwill preach morning and evening Suriday schpol at a m Erifleavpr at p m prayer meeting Wadnes iJay rri Hanna Memorial TJnltejJ Presbyterian Chiircli corner Eighteenth an4 Castpp streets Ret John rn theme In the Beslnning theme Gofls Law and the Be liever Special irVusfe at bpth services Sunciayscliopl jit mC Eserylce p prayer Bible stuay Wednesday p m Brooklyn PrfegbytBrlan Church Twelfth avenue arid East FlitseritK1street K S4npbrne Rey D D professor US Systematic Thpplogy In Park College HjS wilVpreacli at and p rn Sabbath scliopl at 123f Tlie Erespyterian GhurOly corner Franklin streets Rev F Engrarn Superintendent Loyal Sons Loy al Haughters Mens club and the meet irig of theM M C at the StindaySchoo hour BAPTIST Swedish Baptist Church corner Tent and Magnolia streets JEev B L nfi Magnofla strBsts iEfev B L aritfiB the Phllathe iid1 riieet alt thi evening Calvary Baptisli 0hirph West strge lear Prpden i m Bible Sphopl ll a m sermon Ghrlsts Kingdom and the Christian Gpnsciencg p m street service 6H p rh Ioung People 7V4B p rri and the Sirinprr 5 p rj Mpnday Conduct phrlstian Eriaeayqrat fti5 p ni Centenmal MethpfllSt Church Iflnth an Chester sfwets J Case pas the mprnlng pastor TWentythirJ Ayenue Church will preach jveijing subjecl of 3pdJ prayermeeting pclpck oSTprweglan Danish M B Ghiirch Twen tletli street between San Pablo Hjid Tele graph avenues Frank A Scaryle Mornlngr subject Esaias Vlpsv pf EvemngsubjectV Belipld th Door Was Shut Yqung tloiial p m mestlnp aud Bible reading Wednesday 8 p m STourjg social raeetlpgTvlth a programThursday Sp rri tLhlsis second rrieetlngiri the cSntest ried on by the Young Peonlss society The Eighth Avenue Church Methodist Episcopal Eighth Avenue arid East Seyr Leon L Loofbourow The Dangers inour p m Our Most Intimate Friends The pastor wiHpfeach at bcith services SuiidaVschool at League at First Methodist Eplscppal Churqh Four teenth stfeets Bev W pastor and Rev Wiri C Ppple as CHBSTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist SeVr gnteenth and Franklin services atii am and 8p m subject Sundayschool at 9 30 a m Wednesday evening tEStlmpnial meeting at g pcjqclfi reading rppm ip the phurcri edifice open from 12 to 4 p rn Sclenge reading room 99 Bar streets open1 to 9 p m eyenirife frpmr7 to 9 Second Church of Christ Scientist Frledberg hall Fortysecond and Tele TThIrd Ciii5ch of Christ Scientist Fruit TerapTe East III a C Poole will preach at both services Phgrrim Congregational Church Eighth avenue and East Fifteenth strget Rey VV Elsworth Lawsoii Tha A th ui and j Evening subject Is Xoy Bn throned Save Money Avoid Pain Teeth Extracted Pain Krultvalo Congregational Church jyUi iivftniti and East SixtegntlV street Hpv JBurtpn Mj Palmer anl uiStling sfirmpiis My Rev 13 clair I Fourth Congregational Churph Grove anil TKIftyslxth streets fteyl ancl i Painless Eitroctors in OaUlana H3TTIJJ SET OF TEETH 22X GOLD CROWINS GQTiT FlIjMNGS Sfl BKEQ3E WOKE J Extyactefl Free when teeth are SOYenr Gaarantce all Wqrk BOSTON DENTAL PARLORS WASHINGTON ST days S to S Sundays 10 to 2 II you a hoiisp or a room o help of any kind use tho THE TBJBTJiSE day July Plymouth Congregational Church Rev A W Palmer Alfred W Hare will preach atboth servicesmoEn Incr The Qiitlqpk of an pptimistf even ing The TentIntrie City First Congregational Church Twelfth and Clay and evening bs Professor Gastrp Pacific TUeplogrica 1 Seminary Sugrjpct at 11 in the fnprnlrig Reyefence vs Su and at m the sermqn bp What Go4 Pjannot Dp fpr PRESBYTERIAN Bmanuei Presbyterian Ghurqh Forty niptri sWest east Tele graph avenue Rey Alfred E Street hour 6 p rri Christian n C W1 testimonial meeting at 8 p m free read ing roqm at 3222 East Fourteenth street onen from 2 in also Safiic day to 9 m Church of Christ Scientist hall Sixth ayeiiue and East Twelfth Sunday sgryices at 11 a m subject Life Sundayschool at a m Wednesday eyenlng tgstlmp hlal meeting at S Christian Science Society pj Elnlhurst Sunday at p hall Fourtebritli street and Ninetysgp ond avenue at 11 a m subject Life Sundayschool at a m Testimpniai 8 read ing rqqm open daily except Sunday frpm 2 to i p m at East ffourteertth1 between Eightyninth and Ninetieth nues Uiiy JniQIKa Ly o tit Friday entertainment at Hamilton Auc Fjfst Baptist Church Telegraph avenu and Jones Wni C Spericp will preach in the morning at lla m in the qveiiing 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 unBer the dlrqctibr of Pcqf Adplf Greg pry wlli slng Schuberts in F During the pffertpry tbecliOlrw sing Abts Bev Fath BrpSltage Rrqaph the sermon Mr Adolf Gregory win preslSe at the orga In the evening at there will be Ve pels by Rossi followed by sermon whip will be delivered by FathfrTifcGratta after iyljiph thgre wlir be Benedicllp of the Blessed Sacralrrient during whlc the chprr wilt sing 6 SalUtarls bi Gqu nqd and by LLfTIHEBAN pur Savior Danish Lutheran Churc EastFifteenth sfreetaridSecond ayJena K If An4reaseri a rri evensong serrribri 8 p m Young meets Thursaay 8 p m St Pauls Bpgllsh Evangelical Lutheran Church Thirtjrsecpnd and Linden streets Rev S Hustveat school ID a m service ip AthensAyemie Norwegian Ehurch B S vBelgpm 1C rriservice 11 gerylce Toung ADVgNT CHRISTIAN AdiStit Christian phurcb t Short Sermons for Busy Readers The Practical From Another Point of View Finally brethren whatsoever things true whatsoever thtngsj are honest whatapevei things are Just whatsoever things are pure whatsgeyer fhjggs are Iqyejy Tvhatspsyer things are of ffggd report if be any yirtue if there be any praise think on these Frcim this and kindred passages of Scripture It wculd seem Paul the Apostle belpnged to he was an out and out idealfst png sf the great rjrpbiems of our of transltipp and the Rrpblgrn pj ED ordering oyip as to give true emphasis to the varied ttiat eritar into their rnakeug ts to say Crf therri symmetrical and all round Arrjong the pgnturigg of recorded history tht Nineteenth w11 remain memgrabje as a cenr tury Rf disjcipsure jn the realm of coBmip facts and fqrpgg against that pprtralST ture fpund in first Pf wherein the of the aqjmal preatipn passed In reylejy jbefpre to see syhat he syquld call tijeiri Ip the drama of thsie modern times wherein the facts and of the winds and waves the eJmr brous fqrcgs pf the soil the titans of grayitatiori arid electricity hays Pft5s4 ft W1 T9PJftS 5 RHr times to see what they wpuld call thegi BEIRIT OF Wtj W TIMES In cqngequsncg of this penchant pf a a more or lesg yielded ourselves to BBirit of the times One of tbg moat potent pf all uprtpdate eontentlqns is a contention for the f ctual thp tangible practical The tang and Rdpr pf fhe time ispyTh5 soil The cry if for pracUcal preacherg and leadersciif the world along all linesrmen who make gqoji 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 rnprp tp rrthat it doesnt face the facts as they are tliat battjes are steam In a word that it Isnt practical that It doesnt touch iifg as it shouid all due deference to tlifl propagandists of the practicai may It not be before we are to trapsfprm the dally gf fnd of our and Uft them up abpye the shafts fgd dsrt ttjat Time the grim qld sportsman has aimed so unerrlngly at ijs all that we will have to enlarge qur ldas pf the practical and Include with them pome of thg JlftY 19 allP fts hprizpn ot pur modsrii cgnscipusness altDgether The rajnbow In thg sky colprB a the mprniugand the lusttsr pf a linnets wing the fragrancB pf s pse wherj Ipgked at In the light of this modern qf mind sefem tptaljy lacking in any asset of pfftpr tics1 yajue gnd yet they ars as cgrtaJnly a part pf the Inxiplable pur ppses ofhimwhp made them as Is the streteh of Bandy desert or the sea7 or the sentlnei star that them HISTORX JTJSTUlbJ HEX Were it not such a cpmmonplace pccurrerice there is nothing that cQUld ssem more lacjcing jn element of than for a goofl motherly hep hover patiently pvsr a nest Pf gppd hpnest and eipgct thereby to trangf prrn ntq brqpd pf dependent fluffy chicks1 and yet history is a complete justlflcatiqn of the prpT cedure of the hen And so I think in long run a good many things that wa have pllpsigd tp slip awgy iV001 VS 9n lacking in practical have tc be retrieved from the waste basket and canonized along with mqre dspepdable commonplaces of everyday existence gingle thought thfiughtlessly exprfissed the giving pf a cup pf prater a glance of or a single profiered by V friend VfippdTtide at Deling ft chime pf bflls p burst qf childish song or sudden swepp of the sea sends tumbling over the shingles pf the qf such minpr meaning that men are apt to miss pf things the flight of birds or floating by of a bern huih qf old bs pf such awfuj ionaequence as t change the quest qf worlds Rey Thqroas A Bpyer is paftpr of the First Ghristian Church 1 and Webster You Ought To Know that impure blood with its enirig result unpleasant breath headaches unrestful nights poor appetite sallow skin pimples and BEEGHAMS PILLS have been doing good to men and women for many many years aad their yajrje has been tested and prpred They remove the cause pf physical troubles A few small doses will shovr their safe tonic action qn you Beecham8 Pills yill siirely help you to an actives liver a good stfimach a swept breath clear head and ing sleep In young or they will Constipation fa lOc DENIES FORMER NEVADA BOARD WAS INDICTED BORBKA Nev July tfirpey McParlln of Euraka county today issued adenfaJthat indlotrhentshad been issued against fqrmer Governor p S S Sprague S WY Belr fprd and A B Wfehter members of the last Banking Cokhrhlsslon This repprts were circulated in connectipn with an investigation of the closing ofthe Eureka County Bank McParlls also nled publlshea reports that the men under arrest or that warrants had been sworn out against them Solqujtts Stand fpr AntiPno Arouses dists of f SAN ANTONIO Ter July T3h biggest sensation pf the bitter fight np7 Telegraph and Twenty nirith street Rev Clif tori Iacon rector Rev F Augustus Martyr Holy coramunlpn a ra 10 a m mqrrjingr prayeV 11 a rh II G plbblpe liilll preach at bpth services Holy Chapel Shattuck be rnpri 1 la m evening prayer and ser mon m St Jphiis Churflh Eighth and Groye Edgar F cpramunlori a Sundayschpql iriorning prayer and at 10 oclock choral eucharist ari4 at 11 oclock choral eyerisorig and mqn at will1 servicesl St Pauls Church Grand avenue near Webster street Rey Alexander Allen rectpjr Rear B Franklin HTart S a m rYoK comrnunlpri morn ing prayer with sermon ves pers with address dur mgJuly the Good Samaritan Qak and Ninth streets Rev R FranklinHart vi p m SundayschpoV 8 p rn evensong with address no mPrnins ser vlce during Frultvale Christian Ghurph Forultvale avenueand East Twentythird street R L McHattpn preach Sunday morninginthe evening ttre pul pit will be filled by KJiy C C Sroltlj p national secretary of work among the1negroes of the south Sundayschppl a1 First Christiari J3htircli gyenije and Webster strept brie block east or the Key Route Thpmas A BPysr preaching by Bev Gep W Muckley of Kiinsaa City Mo seer tarly of board of church1 extension of Christian evening VThe Signs of ths Times Suii 3ay 0i i UJ ant jj iu hlng serytca af led by L W Potts Sundayschoot at a m li W tneei at mbrning service will sijig UNITED United Brethren Bhurph Thirty fourth and Adeline streets fegStar Hallge SunaayRchpoi silrinpn 11auBi ject 12 C E 7 serrriph 8 subject and the Ccjmmcjij The outdoor vesper seryice pfothe Young AsspcifetipB wil bo held tpmprrbw In MpSswssd S8rk at 6 p m leader Rev p L GppSspeed n S subject Tlie Voice if the this strf Heaven1 will be the an ta bs 819 Athens aVenue near San Bablp hold rneniprlal services Sun day anjT8 workers R ip tssf meetlng Wsdnesday s in experienceand testmeeting The Spiritual Aid Society meets in LJn Knott and Mrsi The Fraternal Circle of WIUTiold liall ttV TnirtSenth Broadway Snd FianWin street the me diurns will be Mrs Stearns anaMrs Knptt Trinity Spiritiial Shurch in Woodmen Regular evening service con ducted by Jfrs Jennie Rpbinson of San iexas last night when Bishop E D Mlouzpn of tpe Mcthpaist churcJi praptiQally read Gpirsrnoc of hat phurch bgcauje the governor J5 stumping the state in the oj HS aeclared the was gfiinsr around the in hp was a Methpfllst apd denying ft his hg defeade4 tn llgupi traffic Declaring he was pfr ficValiy as of the ist Church Bishop Mouzpn said that on rggpfi as fayprifig prohibition and as opppsgil the traffic Hg dsplars4 fH true Ghrlstjan cpuld bg fpuna adypcating This declar was necessary to goyerrjojsayiiip fee was a Methpaist Christian aiid an He fie bls wltli ernphasis GpyernocCofaijitfc sjjpiig here in dsfiiftted In repijr that no bisHop prescribed hTs Clfrlstlanrty or ipr him bplieKed he good aChristian rnjnister here hecprap a of a gcherne to univgrsfty4 6y the clpal pf the ynivefslfy of Shansi has fpr He lately Eiesydejipy unl Sjty phnese chSr7 hall 214 San pablo avenue near teeijth pVin church will1 the inemory pf tlie iats with appropriate lecture fa Gllrnan and sing Ing by Mr arid Mrs C otners Sfrs Cyrue At Juinita hall32 3 Sari Eablo ays the Mrs JIatsbaIIBgna Mrs pfpsrs It sim bs fplpwed bir life read ings and messages In tUB same Kail ByeVyThuisSayar8 soutiUlfUtiS cla 7Tpn nternaflpnal Bible meets StafrICfcg gp J 0 Corliss Takes a Firm Siiarid Against State Br J Q Gprliss In an addffiss al the Adyentist megtlng SRqkg against churphand state federation and Sunday laKS He that there icas a mpye set afppt by the Natlpnal Reform Association tP make this a Christian na tion by substituting the narne of Christ in the Constitution and ftdpRttng the dgcajpgHs a3 tbs rujs pf law and gqyern 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 pqcket said Gprliss which tell me pf the cpndltlocs In Russja apd hpsy we cajinot preach fhe Gospel any Jpnger without trouble that thechurch and state are ona and the pleirgy rules tho country Shajl we bg come lki3 Bussja Gpd forbid It vflf any pnurcn should adopt religious legisiatiqn and gp Into that business wopld deppunce It as false leave ft and Bhpw it 9s Iaojr proppsltlqns laws Iggislatipnsicliiph they prpgise tq ws defeated tKeni by a rnqngter petltiph Sunday laws the haying GSOgO RafSP T9 IThgy to thrqttle press b one amendment whlcrj that all ffterafure which is tp npt ijags trirpughtjiemallsi One noted rrian told a conference that h sljlg In lth Hlnjipp if riecessary to cfirry put the Sunday juesilbnr Thus tfiey tq qveVt throw pur iiterture and ifshts ii jet them A noted jurist of the Supreme Court at a banquet said the Court woujd uphold a lasy fpr fnfprcingSupdjiir Syjry Statfi In the GaN liqrnla has law pri ils iafatute JjpqSjs Sijall we top gov back tq the darjc ages when all tfie and spr rpyis world ever have bgrr gan tfirpugh Sunday leglsratipn Let us tenaln as atre This IS gqpd enough qftlQlaj qSths Gqiernmen beofi the knes to prelates and recognize cc autWliy Wtifrearft and BERBJNE cures all disorde InactivelaeT 1001 Washington street CHICAGO ILL and Return ST PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS EULUTH MINN Return IJEW VORK N Y and Return BOSTON MASS and Retura PHILADELPHIA PA Return BALTIMORE MD and Return WA3HINQTON D C and Roturn tpRONTb ONT and Retnm MD1STREAL QUE and Retura QUEBEC QUE and Retura PORTLAND ME and Retura ROCHESTER N Y knd Return ATLANTIC CITVN Rtturn DETROIT P4ICH and INpIANAPOLiS IND and Return Boundtrip tickets oa vale on rart OUB dates rla ITnloa Ficlffo md North Western Ltee Liberal return limit and faiorable prlrlleffes s Thefie lowrate are available for pasaase on tbd ux ulouslyequjpped eUctrfc Itgnted Bad iliaJWtaoB OyariiMia ri7lns idthsc depot Oefchtnd aiilr at io53 a m and p ty Direct co Full oartlculara dates of sale etc on request K K RiteMc Ocn Aat RIO Oxnt W BT Bv S78 Afdrkei Plead Bids San Erancfscd a vBiatiti Ayt Ettrtr litpt oTp B B 1122 BrMdlxcty OL17S3 Wl Book Have you one Do you know that one of the largest employers ip this country always asks ppospegtjve 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 llth H C Copwejl A D Wilson G A Smith Broadway   

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