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Gresham Mirror (Newspaper) - December 23, 1910, Chicago, IllinoisI Mil Graham s principles Andrew j. Graham undoubtedly will to the democratic candidate for May or an a result of the primary election to be held february 28. He has been Tado Ned by practically every Ward in Chicago and Graham clubs Are Spring tug up everywhere. So Strong is or. Graham with the democratic voters that the democratic organization has been forced to endorse him. The a. J. Graham business men s association organized in the interests at promoting his candidacy Basse cured names scattered through out the City. So that there 1s a nucleus of this association in every elec Tion precinct. The general demand among the democratic voters has been for a new Man to run for this important office. The other candidates have been More or Leas Trie i and the feeling is prevalent that a Man of Graham s Type is needed in the City Hall if Chicago is to have a democratic successor to the present incumbent. Or. Graham s Long business career has become familiar to every resident he is the president of the biggest Mettle Bank the Graham son s Bank on the West Side has 000 depositors. Or. Graham s Only connection with political office was that of Park com missioner on the West Side and his record left a lasting impression on the residents in that Section. Or. Gia Ham Bas replied forcefully to the address of the business men s association accepting their petition. The chief Points in the platform on which be will run Are the following through route subway system to end traffic congestion abandonment of the elevated Loop As soon As practicable. Complete unified traction system in which the surface lines elevated roads and subways shall be the links. Universal transfers one City one reasonably Low rates for Public ser vice and Public service commodities. Removal of the police Force from politics. Use of every atom of electric Power from the sanitary canal to give improved lighting service. Mayor to be responsible for graft in service. A thorough municipal House clean ing. City to pay More for articles Pur chased or services rendered than do private corporations. The imaginary line Between the City and county governments to be abolished and the two governments merged. Extension of the Small Park system More Parks for the West Side. Establishment of a department of Street maintenance to Coipel Street using corporations Dequa Ely to re place pavements torn up. Abolition of All remaining Grade Crossings Complete track Elevation. Gradual Eleetia fiction of steam rail roads Home Rule and personal Liberty for All nationalities. Uniform and consistent enforcement of building Laws. Adequate Harbor for Chicago with suitable accommodations for the recreation of the Public. New Jerusalem swedenborgian Church. Englewood Church the new Jerusa Lem Northwest Corner Stewart ave. And 70th St., Rev. E. J. Schreck Pas Tor. Sunday 11 a. M., Christmas serv ice congregation and sunday school combined. Holy supper at 12 noon. Normal Park Baptist Church. Normal Park Baptist Church 70th St. And Stewart ave., Rev. A. Free Man Anderson Paster. Morning Wor ship o clock with Christmas music and Sermon. Bible school 12 m., with a suitable class and Hearty Wel come for everybody. Children s meet lug. P. M., especially for those inquiring the Way of life. Young ple s meeting p. Evening worship o clock. This service will consist largely of music by the chorus choir assisted by the Mous violinist. Miss Pringle. Baptisms will follow the service. Loomis St. Methodist Episco pal Church. Loomis is. Methodist episcopal Church Corner 68th and Loomis its Frank Pruner. Pastor or. Brunch will i each at 11 o clock Sharp on the birthday of this subject i 1 be an old Christmas love alter which doors of the Church wiil be open. In the evening a Sermon to Young unmarried people with Side lights on the subject of married peo ple old and Young theme matrimonial blunders and How to avoid them extra Chiist Nias music All Day. Nith choral choir. Welcome to All to All these services. Garfield blvd. E. Church sunday december 25, at the Gar Field k Chuich. Emerald ave. And 55ih St morning service. I v. Voce second Guilmant Anthem it came upon the Midnight sul Livan Maide of the magi Dubou Solo to Weidlinger. Aliss Julia Kollpainter an them. Hark. West postlude. Hallelujah Handel Sermon topic Christ s Why keep it evening the choir of 30 voices will Render Dudley Buck s famous cantata entitled the coming of the address by pastor and Reading by miss Myrtle Ferrin entitled Christ Mas Rei enhances Rev e k. Mckay past i. Miss 11. differ. Organist what the string was for fourth Church of Christ scientist. Christian science. Fourth Church it Christ scientist Haivard ave and nth St Semmes id 45 a And 1 45 p in Sibik ii Tor next sunday. C Hristian scieme Wrd Neslav even ing meetings which include testimonies of Healing beg ii a s o clock and last one hour. People s Liberal Church. At the people s Liberal Church Sun Day a orning at prof. Shailer mathev.8 will Demer the Sermon sunday school Al there will be evening lecture. Forgetful citizen thought it meant wife wanted something so he did not Register. Well meaning Tii in is some times so Busy that he forgets to Register until nes reminded of the fact when he Hustles around to the polling place and his name Down a hint of this human weakness is contained in a Little parable told by John Smith in the Buffalo express banker was in the habit of wearing a thread around his to Remer l Kirn that Vas to do an errand for Feis wife and his acquaintances were wont to joke him pleas into or the on particular Day. As he was leaving the offic for Homo one of the boys seeing the thread asked Well what i it this of. Just a wha for today said Hunker " it see does she for something to some friends of go to the employment Agency for a could it have been i la Jet stay Here until i so there he sat until the time for the last train out approached. When he reached Home he was in a state of worry. he called. What did you want to do in town today i be been worrying for three hours what this thread was Why she replied you asked a yourself to put that on to remind you to Register on your Way up from the train. Normal Park methodist. Normal Park methodist episcopal Church nth St. And Union ave. A. M., Sunrise prayer meeting in change of the Epworth league pentecostal testimonies. Christ with in the Hope of 10.30. Morn ing worship Sermon by the pastor Rev. N. .1. Subject the study of the Especial Christ Mas music. Session of the Bible school Junior league Epworth league. A. .1. Mylrea presi Dent Christmas concert by the Large chorus choir assisted by others. Some of the numbers which the choir will Render Are the following the heavens arc Hayden have seen his Star in the Caleb simper "0, quiet Neidlinger. Tenor Solo l. J Gilbert the new Horn Eduar do Marzo Nazareth Excell Solo the people that Alk in Charles e. Lutton. Choir director. Charles h Gomm. Pianist Ada Hill. Redeemer English lutheran Church. Of Dimer English Evans Lical in the ran Pii Mcclon Anil both i. Hori 0 s hues Slor. Pastor. Ser icis of j m., a. M., 7 p. I hoi us Hoir. To nov choir find quart Orare Solipa orb allo Liz ii Ili Akk Wal Iii Ier. Soprunio cd v. Ard Tat 14., . Ernest Frank Kail Markwith director and re Iii. K hither the pastor. The Dawn of the Golden age will be the Seimon theme at a. In Iho evening at the topic of popular address will be the missing the Young men of Englee not should hear the sunday evening address. It will be full of helpful suggestions for the every Day Hattle of life. The Sab Bath in the Middle of the week wednesday evening at s o clock. This service is full of helpful things along devotional lines. Our sunday school made a substantial gain in attendance last Sabbath and better things Are expected at p. Next lord s Day. W. Shaw is the capable superintendent. William Dow expects a Large turnout of Young people at the K. Meeting at p. Robert g. Moore minister. Covenant Baptist. The services next sunday at Cacno Nant Baptist Church will be of a Christmas nature. At the morning service the pastor will speak on the real meaning of at the evening service at there will be special musical program. The choir will Render the sacred cantata the kin1., of by Herbert. Trip Pas ten will speak on the Angel s in the sunday school at noon and also at the Young people s meeting at i 30 the Christmas theme will be presented. A cordial people Welcome All to these services. Swedish evangelical lutheran. The swedish evangelical lutheran Messiah Church 1s04 h7th blvd., holds regular services As follows Sun Day school at 9 . Morning service sundays at a. Evening serv ices sundays at p. M., and week in services thursday evening at o clock. Church of the annunciation. Christmas services at the Church of the annunciation 7814 Lowe ave. First Celebration of the holy communion at a. Sun Day school at 10 a. Second Celebration of the holy communion with Spe Cial Xmas music and Sermon on the lesson on you Are cordially invited. Sunday school lyceum. The Englewood morning Star Sun Day school lyceum will celebrate Christmas at their Hall 230 w. 63rd St., december 25th, commencing at s p. All sunday schools Are cordially invited to a tend. The entertain ment ii under the direction of Rudolph Malmberg state superintendent of Illinois lyceum assisted by Rev. L. Vaughn. Englewood Christian Church. 66th i and Stewart ave. Rev. C. G. Kindred minister. The services for the Day Are As Fol lows Screan class morn in worship. Sunday school 12 15 Junior Endeavor senior Christian Endeavor 6 evening Wor ship holy Cross episcopal Church 55th and Sangamon its. Holy sunday in the month 11 a. Matins and sundays 11 a. Evening prayer and address p. Exc edit during july and August. Sunday s Hool 10 a. A. Rev. Wright priest in charge. Christian spiritual Union. The Christian spiritual Union Church hold meetings every sunday at 2 30 and 8 p. In its new Hall 230 w. Sixty third Street. Rev. L. Vaughn pastor. Residence 521 w. Sixty third Street. Chandler E. Church. At Chandler E. Church 72nd and Carpenter sts., there will be preach ing each sunday at a. Sun Day school at Junior league Epworth league p. M., and evening services and preaching at prayer meeting wednesday at Rev p. R. Glotfelty pastor. Simpson methodist episcopal Church. We Ere always at to you Corner Coth St. And Princeton ave. You Are always at Home with us. Class meeting at a. Preaching a. And p. Sunday school Young people s service p. Prayer and Praise service Friday p. Come and join our rousing sunday school and enjoy the music of the Junior choir. A special invitation to strangers in the Vicinity. Sangamon St. Methodist Epis Copal Church. 64th Ard Sangamon St. Sunday school at a Public worship 11 a. And p. Worth league p. Midweek Bible study and prayer meeting every wednesday 8 p. Elijah Hull Long Brake minister. Residence 6551 Green St. St. Bernard s Catholic Church. Masses every morning at 7 o clock sundays at 6, 9 and High mass at sunday school at baptisms at 4 p. Rev. B. A mar Ray pastor. Golgotha German eve. Luth. Golgotha German evangelical lutheran Church. Regular services Are held every sunday morning 10 a At 2041 West covenant Baptist Church Normal blvd. And 60th i. Morn ing worship at evening serv ice at Bible school B. Y. P. U., p. Rev i. N. De Puy the pastor will preach next Sun Day morning and evening. Bible Reading room. Bible Reading room 6304 s. May St., 4 to 6 p. M., j. S. Johnston sundry times and divers or Hodish congregation. Religious services Are held at the synagogue congregation or Shodoan 702-704 62nd place Englewood ave every Friday evening at Sun Down and at p. With English lecture also saturday morning at 9 o clock. The Sabbath school is conducted every saturday morning from till and sunday from 9 a. Till 12 o clock. New York building which forty five stories High. Is new Woolworth Structure on Way Sundi 625 feet above the Street and there Are three Sorlee below ground. Dflia e. Ferree beloved a lip of Alebert and Mother of Harry c., Fred c and Edna May died at her Home 6811 Union ave., thursday of last week aged 62 years her funeral occurred sunday at Aurora 111. Mary a. Mccullough died at the Home of her daughter 21 58th St., the 14th, and her funeral occurred saturday last. Interment at Oak Woods. Frank j. Vanek died at his Home 0550 Laflin St., wednesday of last week aged 57 years and his funeral occurred sunday morn ing last. George Mcbeath died at St. Bernard s Hospital wednes Day of last week aged 67 years. His funeral occurred from his late Resi Dence Halsted St., sunday burial i it mount Greenwood. Mrs. J. A. Rust died at her Home 6611 Wentworth ave Friday last aged 41 years. Funeral services were held at the Home monday morning and the remains taken to Kenosha for burial. Thomas Sharkey officer Thomas Sharkey died at his Home 7320 Kirk Rald ave., Friday last and his funeral occurred sunday from St. Leo s Church burial at mount Oli vet Clara d. Peterson died at her Home 6156 Lincoln St., saturday and her funeral occurred tuesday afternoon burial at Oak Woods cemetery. Albert Gehrs died at tin Home of his parents 65" 69th St. Friday last and his funeral occurred sunday burial at mount Greenwood. Mrs. Edward j. Haley died at her Home 172s 100th St., Fri Day and her funeral occurred monday morning from St. Margaret s Church burial at mount Olivet. Mrs. Haley formerly lived at 63d and Loomis its. And was an old resident of the Ogden Park District. Frank j. Vance aged 57 years died at his Home 6550 Laflin St., and his funeral Oci aft de sunday morning from his residence. Miles Farrington died at his Home 6151 Center ave., sunday aged -18 years. His funeral occurred wednesday morning burial at Oak Ridge cemetery. Katherine Stone died at the Home of mrs. Raggio 401 63d St., monday and her funeral occurred wednesday from St. Bernard s Church burial at it. Olivet. Mrs. Matthias Theisen died at her Home 6431 Marshfield ave., tuesday. Her funeral will occur this morning from St. Raphael s Church burial at St. Mary s cemetery. Elmer e. Crawford. Died at his Home 5738 state St., last saturday aged 47 years and his funeral occurred tuesday under the auspices of Mystic Star masonic lock a s. P. Tell lotion chaplain officiating Lurial at Oak Woods. Mrs. Kate Jordan. Wife of Frank n., died at her Home 707 Stewart ave., tuesday morning and her funeral occurred at mount Clemens Mich. New accompanying Pio Ture la of the new Woolworth build ing to be erected on Broadway in new York. It will occupy the South West Corner of Broadway and Park place the site of mayor Philip hone a famous Broadway residence opposite the it la estimated that this newest addition to new York great skyscrapers will Cost from the Btu walk to the top of the Tower there will be 46 stories the total height being 625 feet exceeding the height of the Singer Tower just five Block below by 13 feet. Only one building in new York will be higher the metropolitan whose Tower rises 700 feet and 3 inches above he Street level. The Only other loftier Structure in Tho world is the Eiffel Tower 985 feet making the Woolworth building the third highest edifice in the world and the second highest in America. The frontage of the building on Broad Way will be 105 feet and on Park place 19t feet. The main building will Rise to a height of 26 stories. The Tower beginning at this Point will con Tain 19 stories. The Tower at the pin Nacle will be 86 feet Square larger in dimensions by about 20 feet than the Singer Tower. Below the Street there will be three stories. Counting these the building will actually have danger in raw food. Pennsylvania s health commissioner or. Dixon a a vigilant official whose warnings Are Many but sensible to discussing the necessity of taking every precaution to guard against typhoid and other communicable diseases or. Dixon said recently there is shutting our eyes to Tho danger of eating unwashed raw fruit. Food infected with typhoid fever by flies caused Many deaths among our soldiers during the late Spanish Amer ican War. The time and Energy Neces sary to Wash raw fruit is a Bagatelle alongside of a Case of typhoid it is Well to be Wise in such a matter before trouble comes and not after. That typhoid fever infection has been spread by the infection of articles of diet eaten raw is a matter of record in this Region As Well As elsewhere and it is better to be too fussy than too careless in such a Field Republican. Brought into prominence modern investigations As to the orig ins of diseases have brought the Little organisms called bacteria into so much prominence that search has been made to ascertain whether they existed during the Early geological periods. Not Long since the fact was announced fat Regn tilt Lead discovered bacteria in Coal. Continuing his re searches he found evidence that Bac Teria were probably Coeval with the first appearance of organic life on the Earth. They attacked vegetable tis sues As Well As the Bones and Teeth of animals but As a Rule they belonged to be Lei distinct from those of today. Valuable information. We heard on the Street the other Day of a Man who claimed he was too poor to take his Home paper but All the same he read a latice in some other paper telling How to prevent a horse from slobbering and sent for the receipt. When the Worth of information came it said teach your horse How to the Woolworth building. 48 stories. The Cost of the site was so the total investment will be it is expected that the Woolworth building will be completed by january 1, 1912. Awful record of murder estimated that we now have an average of 200 a week in this country. Well known statistician cakes the statement that we now have an average of 200 murders a week or every year in this country. In Chicago there Are 118 murders a year in Paris 15 in London four times As Large As Chicago 29 while in three years the number of lives taken in this Way in this country equals the total number lost by the British army in the Boer War. The number of murders in the United states has increased four and a half times in the last 20 years. The Mur Der spots of the world seem to be Italy and Mexico. The number per year in Italy is 96 to the much of this killing tomes from our polyglot population gathered from All the countries of the world jostling and crowding each other the Loose habits which people take on and the natural passions that in a moment of excitement give Rise to the taking of life. To kill and maim seems to be an american ambition. The railroads the country Are killing people a year on the average. The steel Mills in Many places have been great Slaughter houses. The autos too Are piling up their lists of the sports Are adding theirs and other factors Are entering in to swell the total. Malice and passion Are the causes of crime and these ought to be curbed. Only two per cent of the homicides in the country Are brought to punishment and the reasons Are aversion to capital punishment and the miscarriage of Justice. Capital punishment is necessary however As a deterrent where it has been abolished murder is on the increase. A Long up. Pensacola tallest tree in the world so far As has been ascertained is an australian gum tree of the species eucalyptus Regnant which stands in the Cape Otway Range. It is less than 416 feet High. Gum Trees grow very fast. There is one in Florida which shot up 40 feet in four years and another in Guatemala which grew 120 feet in 12 years. This corresponds to a Rise of 10 feet in a year or nearly one foot a month. Invention of salad. Delicate cookery Baa Long been known to flourish Best in those lands where roast beef is hard to get it was starvation that invented the salad for example. Somebody had to eat grass or go hungry so he put Vine Gar and Oil Pepper and Salt on it and to it made dry bread seem like a dinner. I do not doubt that we shall bless the meat Trust for a varied dietary Ere we get through with it or it with us whichever Way the thing comes Wood in Hamp ton s Magazine. Merry Christmas make it a profitable one by selecting presents for your friends that will be useful to them after the holidays and nothing can be More suitable than furniture rugs stoves Dainty ladies desks music cabinets rockers and easy Chat irs China closets bookcases Pedes tals stands lamps carpet sweepers Etc. Time accounts arranged reliable goods us the phone 175 Wentworth a. I. Simmons 242 West 63d Street 1 Block West of Wentworth Avenue the largest and Host up to Date Floral establishment in Englewood it is needless to say that we Are handling the fines and most Complete line of Cut Flowers and plants including azaleas poinsettias primroses. Cyclamen and everything that blooms at this time of the year. Ara Canas Palms ferns and All other plants suitable for Christmas gifts. Our Christmas wreaths Holly branches and Mistletoe Are unsurpassed. You need have hesitancy in placing your Christmas orders with us As you Are assured that we Are in a better position to Supply your wants in the decorating line than any other Florist our cities being much better than Ever before. All potted plants will be decorated and All goods is i veiled free to any part of the City. I. 242 West 63rd Street phone Wentworth 375 one Block West of Wentworth Avenne Beer and Flowers in Germany. The germans Are a proverbially thirsty nation. Tills fact has just been strikingly illustrated in the farming out of the various departments of a new theater to be erected at Berlin. The rent for the refreshment depart-1 ment in this theater is per annul while that for the cloakroom a Lor the playbills and for the Florist it has been ascertained that in a theater with seats a thousand glasses of Beer Are sold on the average during each performance but that the Sale of Sand Wiches and other Light refreshments is of consequence. It is Beer first and Foremost that pays the and after the Beer the Flowers. Thia also is characteristic. Montreal Standard. Uhl specialist for feet and head. Nucleation cures corns. C. J. Uhl the physician extraordinary for them. Also cures bunions ingrown nails warts callouses and chill Blains with painless process. Perfect work and honesty in hair combines returning the same hair has established for him a lucrative practise with his 35 years experience. 5937 Halsted St. They make Trade can easily a Street rendered attractive by lamp posts like these would draw Trade from the Vicinity. Tung Sten electric lamp posts of uniform and Beautiful design have been placed along several of Chicago s streets by merchants inter ested in increasing their Trade. We Supply these Street lamp posts erect and Light them at very reasonable Cost. Particulars furnished on request. Call Randolph Commonwealth Edison company 139 Adunni Street to. D. A Dikia in rim Ilinca Kab Wall paper and paints largest Wall paper and paint store of the South sue oils varnishes brushes window Glass room mouldings and painters supplies a. Guggenheim 6215 Halsted St. Phone Normal 1421 Walther Grain co. Tel. Wentworth 699 6427 Wentworth ave. Obino Inq of Grain doubles feeding value try our Crescent horse feed made from Best grades crushed oat5 Aud Corn All Grain re cleaned Holiday photos have your sitting now out her Mots film a s3 to per nicer present can be selected than a Kodak w. Any Toek cd Eastman s and Amateur l. A. Lauritzen 318 w. Sixty third Street a we am. I

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