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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio • Page 14

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mm to iai th C. 8. War EipitiM-l). to tt laelaatva. 1 -Tatr Holiday Gifts of a practical nature are more than ever the6rder of the day 1 i Furs, the richest and most sensible gifts, are especially recommended i We are now offering i our entire stock of FURS AT 20 OFF Wonderful Fur Coats and Wraps, Coatees, Stoles, Scarfs and Sets Pre DIRECT ATTENTION TO DECEMBER SALES offering many lines of SITITS COATS DRESSES BLOL'SES HATS AT ONE FOURTH OFF jf ourtfj Wtst Vint anb Get Yourself a Nice, New Switch or Transformation For the Holidays facturers of Reliable jii Hair Goods We saatek ymr hair perfectly Iw Ity, texts! ass shade.

Oar prt are an per rent to aw per reat I eieaewierr. Sail orders Ilea; Illaatrated eata-Boaj free. GIVE HER A MERCHANDISE ORDEB OS OI STORE. nhkM TVillw Tftrt Omit Rattle. KoMing Toilet Semt.s.- tommom mnsMs.

FLEECE-UXED ARCTICS For men. women and children. Keen the feet warm and dry in the meet severe weather. Made in various heights. RUBBERS Best quality in all sizes and styles.

Rabber Boot all kinds, sixes. Ire Oeepers, aad Arctic Socks. VSjA SchaeferS inaW an swer S0LDIEBS ASSATTT.T zr MATH STREET. OPP. TWELFTH.

omcooATi.o. ill Ooaae Here For r-ronat Vrrlre I. Halrdresal wroi. nsensi Aestle t-r 1ST. skawsMli 'ait Waviaiar.

Sewlp Treat. An ideal "home" gift. Ther are neat. sanitary, easily cleaned and outwear any other stair covering. Tie cost of covering a full flight of steps ranges from S4.00 to C20.00 Robber Door Mats.

Rabber Matting, White Drainboard Mats. Robber Gloves. WHITE BATH STOOLS Some are white nameled; others are covered with Pyralin. which will crack or discolor. SS-OO In SI tM Shower Sprays, Overhead Show, era, Bath Bin-ate.

Rubber Sponges, Bath Mats. IXFAXTS' FOLDING BATH TVBS Comfortable for baby and convenient for mother. Much more pleasant than metal tubs. Fold when'not in use H.50 to 913.00 get it cleaned for Christmas "AVON 161" r- Useful Xmas Gifts RVBBKR STAIH TREADS YELLOW PINE INTERESTS the Mississ.pp, Riv.r. and appeal, rged bv him I members of hi, association are for he purpose of the the system to other kinds of lumber as well th, retention system in purchases of Br.

FRANCE REMAINS ALOOF From Internationalism, of Other I Countries, Says B. C. Morse Richard C. Morse. New York.

ho for many year, was executive head the M. C. spoke the C. A auditorium yesterday on The New Internationalism" Ik had lived to herse .11 year, while mil.ion. of cimen, of Belgium.

Italy. Rurs and Germanv had ABet- I "Only bv the miiuo or Amer- Ilea. Russia. Franc. f.T-T int'rntllin be Mr.

Morse added. Closing his v. CINCINNATI, 1U, JAIL CELL Is- Minister's; Pulpit Surety ons Til, Double Coup When Preacher and Flock Are Arrested at Harrison, Ohio. -r HI Village Officials Are Flayed "as Friendly To Saloon" hy Re v. (Jrorpr ft ks ia Sermtn rtm Barrr-d mdew CUsin Orde YUIatcd, Mjr Sajs.

Kev. George Cocks, pastor of Trinity Methodist Church. Harrison. Ohio, and 1 members of his congregation were arrested when they assembled for services yeaterdav mornina on charsres of having violated an order 6f the Board of Health, prohibiting be- cause of the influenza epidemic Rev. Mr.

Cocks had given notice that he WjuW defy the order of the Harrison (Ohio) Board of Health by holding services in his church, unless Harrison saloons were compelled likewise to observe the closing order. Marshal Ferdinand Doerman. of Ha-. rison, with a squad of deputy officers, waited outside the church until the pastor and 1 members had assembled. Then they entered the chdrch and placed the 16.

including men. women and children, under arrest. Preaches Sermon in Jail. As cells at the Harrison Jail wen-too limited in number to accommodate the IT prisoners, they were crowded into the prison corrider. while Rev.

Mr. Cocks stationed himself at a cell window, overlooking approximately 500 other members of his church, who had congregated on the outside of the jail, and delivered his sermon. "Present Conditions and Those Responsible." "What do you think of a man, who is a member of the Methodist Church and the Masonic Order, the same as his pastor, holding the office of Mayor, who is friendly to the saloon crowd Rev. Mr. Cocks cried.

A greater part of the population of that part of Harrison in which the ja.l is situated had deserted their homes to gather about the jail. Efforts of police officials to drive them away were futile. "What more can you expect when, as a modern church member, this man is so akin to the of the world that there is not enough spiritual power in him and his kind to cast out a devil the size of a peanut." Rev, Mr. Cocks continued. "The saloon would close every church if it could.

The church could close every saloon If it would. "Ask Only Equal Bights." "I ask only for euual rights. The influenza ban is st'll in effect, having i never been 1 telephoned a member of the Board of Health, a professed Christian, and told him if he would accompany me I would show him the saloons were open. "He replied' he would call the Marshal and have him investigate. This is the same Marshal that has thrown me and these innocent children In this prison.

No investigation was ever made. "Another member of the Board of Health, a Master Mason, whose son attended the Methodist Sunday School, has refused to permit the youth to attend further because of the pastor's ficht against the saloons "You cannot live without a church in a city. People do live without saloons. If there were no churches in thi. (- no decent man or woman would be alive here in six months.

I nave preached amst corruption of masses as well as individuals. 1 never struck a surer or more dad)y blow to this town than when I he denounce this saloon-dominated tins." March Flock To JaiL Mttle protest was raised when the arrested worshippers were required to proceed to ail. Hieh indignation and a spirit of inveterate belief in the justness a eeemi to Mold possession of r-rotest Against Centralized System Children laughed and plaved of Lumber Purchases through the prison corri- s- 1 dors. I by the d.rection of ieht Hinckley. Marshal Doerman released the If, President, the members of the Yellow of the congregation at 11:30 Pine Wholesalers' Association are be- 1 1" m' fter havins one hour, ing circularised on the nrono.i was retained until he could Ra.lroad Admini.traUon tT $3 bnd Th" Pid by ized svstem -V Conrey.

a member of his church and child, was eceutive Secretary K' T' urge, the membeV wirir" h' tests" to John sk.it. pr- ltn "nslructions to tor of the Division of Slurday 1 of finance and 2:30 p. m. to answer rh.rr.. tion.

and to The fact that no placed tive. in Congress in? h- members of the Information received bv thaI ley. President of thewh l' tl thl dm- Lumber Company of cL "'1' 'Kaln'1 the the effect that a cen.r. T'' to of Ha.rlrto, Marshal LHer- purch ha, been Fl Protest Meeting Planned. sp at the A meeting ia to be held in several days, it was said, to decide upon such an action and to prepare plans to vindicate Rev.

Mr. Cocks at his trial. R'v- Mr. Cocks maintained that after a quarantine order had been issued by the Board' of Health requiring all stoses. saloon, and churches in Harrison to -close, the saloons were permitted to to sell bottled goods without official privilege for such an opening having been granted bv the Roard of Health.

He wa, wiHiK to close hi, church, he- said, if saloons were made to do likewise. Fred Rupp. a member of the" Board of Health, in commenting upon the ar. rests, said: "In my opinion churches and store's should be permitted to ope if saloon, enjoy this special privilege H. O.

Campbell, head of the Campbell Brother. Manufacturing Copan of th "I told Rev. i knowledge tha, in obtaining wr- If a suit Is filed tion of Harrison. u. tion of Harrtso Pleant.

V. Medlcal upon GeoT city wnuld the Grand Hotel, wa. b-'aron, former the corner Fourth and Central v- hue early yesterday morning The A Church wuM tidier, ned When Dr. Mar- 2nd sflrVt 0rKe Fourth and Central ax'-n, MVvnn. i -me the a 'mE Meutenant Gerard said h.

believed rob- Pht He OWo- ber, wa. th. motive, as h. had aevTral H.n Har- hundred dollar, with him. VT.

e.r. He pastorate previously In Colorado. Rich Furs of Rare Beauty Scarfs Nutria Scarfs From 20.03 to 105.0D Skunk Scarfs From 45.02 to 225.CD Hudson Seal Scarfs From 25.C0 to 225.C0 Mole From 52.53 to 450.CO Taupe and Poiret Fox Scarfs From 45.03 to 95.03 Black Lynx Scarfs From 65.00 to 125.03 Taupe Wolf Scarfs From 27.50 to 6S.t3 Kolinsky Scarfs From 125.00 to 485.00 Main 4700 YOUTH HELD AS SUSPECT In Kobbe'ry of Auta DriTer Idesti- fle By Another Victim. Lcter Frowley. II yara old.

Wert Ninth street, who aaya his home ia in Canada, was arrested In Bond Hill early yesterday mornina; by Police Corporal Hays and Patrolman Klota, following a complant made hy Ray Thompson. HOT Carolina avenue, who said he had been held up and fobbed of a small amount ia currency wha in hia automobile at Mitchell arraw and Readins road. Prowley was klen-liBed by Henry F. Vloette. nil Ourrell At Decided Savings omei who have deferred selection of their winter furs Until this time, and those -vvho are shopping for Christmas, will appreciate the wonderful values cfieicd in cur large Fur Section, where nssortrr.ents presented are complete with tery new fashion in wanted furs.

Coats, Coatees, Sets, Stoles Muskrat Coats. Hudson Soal Coats. Trimmed Coats, Nutria Coats, Squirrel Coat-, Novelty Coats. Priced from 145.00 to 640.00. Choice Sets and Single Pieces Taupe Fox Sets Natural Skunk Set Larsc scarf and muft to match, of fire quality tkir.s Crepe de Chine lined.

145.00 Poiret Fox Set Animal scarf, round rr.uff; Georgette lined. 89.00 Poiret Fox Set Very lare, extra silky Alaska skins; anirral scarf, round muff. 198.00 Baum Marten Fox Sets Handsomely matched kins; animal-shape scarf, muff to match; attractivelv lined. 198.00 Natural Raccoon Sets Animal scarf, round muff to match; dark skins: nicely lined. 45.00 avenue.

Walnut Hill, aa the man who held him up at Mapnourit street and Woodburu avenue December and robbed bim of 117, police say. Prowley is held on svsplciun. H0EW00D MAS UfTTSEO. W. J.

-Uilliland. 75 years old, J22 Waahintrton avenue. Norwood." was Injured seriously yesterday afternoon, when he was struck by the automobile of H- B. Woodford road. Pleasant Ridfe, at Main avenue and the Raltimor and Ohio Railroad crnaa.

In. Norwood. Nlarman was convey-me. -Norwood. Mr.

Nlarman was convey-tnc Mrs. Niarawn. who was 111 of Influenza, to a hospital when the accident oo. CUITCO. Animal-shape scarf, round muff; Crepe Meteor lined.

79.00 Taupe Wolf Set Round muff, animal scarf; head and tail trimmed. 59.00 Taupe Wolf Set I.ar;e ae'trra'. sarf. canteen muff; Crepe Meteor lined. 78.00 Taupe Fox Set Animal scarf.

to match; head and tail trimmed; Georgette Crepe lir.cd. 98.00 Georgette Fox Set Exceptionally large and very silky skins; animal-shape seal" and round muff; "head, tail and paw trimmed. 235.00 The HSPogueCq Fourth at Race I There's a lifetime of enjoyment in a gift of furniture like this! A gift worth while that will make "home" more charming for those you love best. Great. comforUble davenport knd easy chairs to be enjoyed by everyone nothing selfish about a gift like this and the fajct that it was built in the Henshaw Upholstery Shop insures a service almost indefinite an ever-present and constant reminder of your 1918 Christmas' thoughtfulness.

Overstuffed dacenporis in fine grades of tapestry or telour, ready for delivery $75 $90. $100, $120 and uputrd. Mahogany and cane daCenports in beautiful velours, all colors end designs at $100 $120. $150. $175 and up to $300.

Large, comfortable armchairs to match any davenport $40 to $175. Iffleimsltoaw's 'Elm and Canal 7 "Belter Furniture thai costs no more" ARREST SALOON OWNERS If They Sell Liquor To Ken in Uniform, Eays Police Order. Orders went out to jolice yesterday directing: the arrest of air saloon owners Jn Cincinnati who are fot nd selling or serving: liquor to soldiers in uniform. It is understood that patrolmen in plainclothes will, be detailed this work and they will be assigned special districts to cover. Tbese datrtel.

will bs small ia order that the men mar keep In almost constant roach wifa' iexcrmin pwtsrrw Axr kl. STliMTH UMtkKt. CHRISTMAS SPECIALS ROAST TIRKKY. ESCAlOxPK OVSTOts. HOT MINOR HK.

II A- M. TO Afc taiitaa olaiwwjr Mum, -r-ra tai If All Day Monday. FOtRTH. BLT. i our garments re care! ully.

and scientilicaliv hand'ed DRY-CLEANING ESTABLISH EKT We give you "Bag-to-Back Service." which meaia all the small details are attended to. such as the sewing of rips, replacing hooks and eyes and bottom We are conscientious in our efforts to UK "Oneway veryi aT ti Depots (9ioWalnj PMOt 4-571 iHEAB Ho vX.it flj I sb4J I Drayac and Motor Service and IVter HucLfs KiJ UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATE W. G. rVTcADOO, Director Genera! of Railroat wa. I I Win 1 UH ftt C0A5T OF FLORIDA VIA LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD r.ffelive December 14th, THE SOUTHLAND." 8:30 A.

will carry through sleeping car Cincinnati xo SLhA aiso a mrouga sleeping car TjrJ providing a car-toar transfer on same train- with throud aJ frrrr. Pin fin nqfi anxr0 0 jr Edwards Rolling Steel Doon tlKL-PROOF BURGLARM The Ed-ards Manufacturing CorapaJ Arr.av. fl.Hauat METAL. CEILINGS MFTai vw METAL GARr.F I 3 CANAL 928. KEYER-Umbrella Slor Useful KoIicTay Gifts.

Umbrellas, Parasols ani Walki ng Canes. Buy trie Maker Re-Coveing' and Repairing 1 the vaHou MWa vw thew reapecti -beat." Th said to be order akr USa becan dMSMtt.e arw.v. mni to be ewrorcew wtthowt recr, nifcrra his dicaars liSIT MAIX STKKKT. MclLVAIN SPIEGEL Santtar-r llrnirrln. T.

nl- -A (in. 1 1 1 I If lorE IVfe EOILH 1 ARK ALL STAHDAED SIZE BCILEfi TUBES CAR5IED IS STCC The New Era Check Writer The oalr Tisibl. asd th lonv-a Triced writer on th market lodav. Writes. ineradirablT.

the exact amount, in the correct form. A lifetime's 1( per protection for Ci-VUHV. Sold under the person-U froar-actee cf H. laersvlU raaaUirtlwDmathatka, Acw Era Alfg. Co.

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