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n j hla - on recital - are In In J int - Not Money But Doctors Nurses tngmeers says Salvation Army Head With hair whit as snow and a llrht of service and devotion to bis Creitor and all humanity bumlntvln file Icltullv evee General Bramwell Booth bead of the Salvation Army arrived here from - tendon at 110 oclock yesterday afternoon on his world aueat to raise a force of 1000 workers to carry onth relirlou and social upouiidinr of tne orient ana nations of the world which - are In need or spiritual and material help Aocompanylnr General nooth were nla sister Commander Evanrellne Booth national director of the armys forces In the United States who joined him at New York and Commander David lAmb Interna llonel secretary for social work of ionoon - i - y comma KDBn airronn EScortT Commander Adam Olfford who hes charre of tho work of the Salvation Army In eleven Western states and the Hawaiian Islands wjth headquarters headquarters In this city - acted as an escorf io me party from ki peso They - were greeted at the Third and Town end depot by a committee consisting of aj score of local Salvation Army heads from the bay re r Ion At the Hotel Whlteomb where Gen erst Booth tendered an audience to local newspaper men he outlined the alms of his visit He Is a larre man cloae to six feet Jn helrht His white hair Is the only Indication of hla ad - yanclnr are1 Thourh 5 years bid ne is run or strenrlh and vlror Oeneral Booth eald I am here for a number of conferences conferences with local army heads and to secure volunteers for out rreat work particularly that In the nations of the East duties in RiEirr The Salvation Army has been asked to care for J000 additional lepers In the Dutch East Indies for 20000 berrsrs In Peklnr and w are preparlnr to open schools and hos pitals In various parts of the Orient We have the money but we are short of doctors nurses students teachers agriculturists engineers and others to carry - on the work Our field lias been extended to India Cores and the Far East Since the war we have been work Inr In Bolshevist Bolshevist Russia and Cteclio - Slovskla In fact - the Salvation Army is now lndlrenou to the soil - ofi every nation of the earth In Africa we are worklnr alonr the Gold Coast and In the diamond mines An African tribal chief recently recently sent me a communication addressed addressed to the Greet White Chief and berrlnr that we send more missionaries missionaries of the type who made the bird sing in the hearts of his subjects subjects 15TKHKSTKD IN CHINA But we are particularly interested In China Starvlnr China needs our help In the districts where we are worklnr there are 1000 deaths a day The number - would be - far sreater were it not for what we are dolnr - Hie famine brings sad results Ths Chinese families In order to save themselves are Selllnr large numbers of the daurhters Into a life of misery and shim Money is badly needed In China and It Is pleaslnr to see that a movement has been started in - this country to come to the aid of the starvlnr Orientals W now have too schools In India but would have 00t It we could ret ths teachers In Colombo w have had rreat auccess In rehabilitating the berrora at the request of the municipal municipal authorities WAR LOSS WAS GHEAT We are asked to do similar work in China and in the Dutch leper col - onlea While the Salvation Army lost thousands of - its workers durlnr the war both among the English and French and the Germans the losses haven been largely made up by the workers who have coma Into the ranks front the fighting - armies aided by us durlnr the great oonfllct Those who had vision confidence and a relirious understsndlng were bettered by the war but the materialists materialists and the non - believers In France Enrland and Germany have only plunked deeper into riotous llv - lnr and Self - seeklnr The war opened nations formerly closed to us the principal of these belnr Russia While the Bolshevists have at times Interfered with - our work our missions and schools have remained open and we have been able to continue our relirious and educational work GENERAL MAKES ADDRESS General Booth addressed the young people of the Salvation Army at the beadauarters at Market and Valencia streets yesterday afternoon and last nlrht at the same location held a reneral conference with the leaders of the army He will hold evangelistic services this arternoon and evenlnr at the Savoy Savoy Theater-Tomorrow Theater-Tomorrow the Commonwealth and Union JUag - ue clubs will entertain Cenerat Booth and bis staff at1 af luncheon at the Palaoo Hotel World Unrest and mow ito Most It will be the subject of General Booths address The Salvation Army head will leave San Francisco on Thursday for Brit Ish Columbia From Vancouver he will make a tour of the activities of the army in the Orient General Booth Is maklnr his headquarters headquarters at the Hotel Whlteomb General Bramwell Booth of the Salvation Army and hit sister Commander Evangeline Booth who are In San Francisco in interest of organization Soft Drink Parlor Owner and Employe Arrested Gymnastic Feat by Police Uaptam berves to Capture Capture Evidence Following a raid yesterday on soft drink parlor at Third street Police Captain Charles Ooff and pro - htbltion officer James Q Pesrce arrested arrested Johi Holland proprietor and Roy Morris bartender and later took Into custody Albert Sadler copro prletor on chArgjs of selling liquor In violation of - the prohibition law When Ooff and Pearce entered the place Ooff did a handsnrlnv un lh bar and grabbed a bottle of whisky and one of rln that Morris Is said to havs attempted to throw on to a trapdoor to be precipitated ten feet below the barroom floor Search - behind a mechanical piano in the barroom revealed elrht bottles of whisky From the Thlrdairnet aooresi uon and pearce went to the Hotel Itlti III Eddy street where tney arrested Sadler In his room vrra jouna a uuaniiiy - or unune a nvmoer or rent receipts for the Third street place and also receipts show inr that Morris as bartender received received i a - day The Irto were taken before Federal Commissioner Thorns K Hayden and held to the United Stales District Cpurt for trial They were released on 1500 bond each Motor Truck Runs Down and Kills Man Nell Edwtra McOonlrle 45 years od of the Morton Hotel Third and Howard streets was Instantly - killed snoniy oerore noon yesterdsy when ne was run down at Second and Jessie streets by a motor truck owned by the J P Holland Contracting Company and driven by E F Diamond Diamond According to Information rathered by the police from wit nesses McOonlrle had been rldlnr on another motor truck traveling north on second street Its leaped off and fell beneath Diamonds truck which was rolnr In a southerly direction direction Th resr wheel passed over his bead cruihinr his skull Diamond told the police he did not know of the accident until pedestrians called to him Diamond was srrested on a technical charge of manslaughter Bnai Brith Joins Boosting S F Ranks At a meeting of Oplilr Ixclg No 1 of the independent Order of Bnsl Brith it wa decided to indorse the movement to boost the city by back Inr the Sell Sari Franc Isoo project and urrlng allmemberat Include In their correspondence as largely as poasioie som suggestion or tne cam palgn to exploit San - 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Clipped from San Francisco Chronicle06 Mar 1921, SunPage 10

San Francisco Chronicle (San Francisco, California)06 Mar 1921, SunPage 10
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