The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on November 22, 1918 · Page 7
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The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California · Page 7

San Bernardino, California
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Friday, November 22, 1918
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T7 Classified VOL XLIV. No. 70. SAN BERNARDINO. CALIFORNIA, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1918. SECTIOM TWOPAGES SEVEN TO TEN COLTON WEDDING 1 FS AUXILIBRY COUNTY A3 SURPRISE Tl Vlrs. Bessie L. Fletcher Is the Bride of Glenn Q. Crilly at Log Cabin i t THE SUN'S Staff Correspondence OLTON, Nov. 21. As thoy had tnk- only a very few Into confidence out- im oi ineir respective itiiiiiut-n, nwwn if tho wedding, to day of Mrs. Bessie Fletcher and blenn Q. Crilly will reute much surprise throughout' Colon where both ore very well known ind whero each poHSeHseH a wldo cir cle of friends to b0 Interested in the nippy event. At 10 o'clock, this mjjrnlng the mar-lage wus quietly celebrated nmld the usic environment of the log cabin n Pioneer park at San Bernardino, t being the express wish of the bride o have It occur there for the sentiment iliucneu o me mub wiui uvr inuuit-i i ad been born In a log cabin during he early duys of California when lomes of rough-hewn logs were all the axmon. ' un me iiiiprenHive mis eremony the Hev. Mark Ji. Shaw unit- d the couple, the vows being taken In ho presence of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. UUKIUIII UUICIIIB Ui KllV Ul IUCi ill ( A. Vnne Alexander, her grandmother, Mr. md Mrs. Votney Johnson of Colton and f to Man, rt.nnrlnll rt Qflti Tlnln fl I'M I till nother of the San Bernardino valley loneers. It Is snld that good luck al- m . o n t tnnil u .tin V i ' I 1 1 1 till llu itnntl . . V fKM 1HnM.l..ll hantAwd 1 ilesslng and as that which she in- oked today upon Mr. and Mrs. Crilly .19 filll uuuull luii'viiuiiaiu iv nuuuiu id ill the more auspicious. For the wedding the bride wore an attractive and stylish suit of nuvy blue Willi u DecuiuiilK uui ui wiuwr niuuri in J he same shade of blue and faced wltli shell pink, other accessories being in harmony. Immediately after the hos Angeles for a short honeymoon. On their return they will reside at the groom's home on East D street. wrom all sides will best wishes and fnniri'O ti.Intlnnu ha firlhnmlnff fni All .. .1 Hr .... I-iHT11Tn( n.'r-rwTT.-Kla M.ltt Ta r! n it uiu ill I a. injr in iu iik iiuo mil mb btuu that this city will continue to be their esidence place. The bride la a native daughter, her birth occurring In San Bernardino but she came to Colton when Just a Httlo girl. Mr. Crilly, who Is an employee of the California-Portland cement plant, has lived In Colton for a number of years. He la a son of Mrs. Alice Crilly of San Bernardino. Would Rail Rest of Quota Practically only $900 remains to be raised toward completing Colton'a quota toward the united war work fund and many local patriots are anxious to see the city go over in the campaign. To see what can be done toward so-curing the amount that is lacking a mass meeting of citizens Is called for tomorrow night at 8 o'clock In the Lincoln auditorium. Colton doos not want to be the only city In the county falling to do her share in this united welfare work and all who can are Urged to be present at the meeting as it la hoped that some plan xt campaign can be evolved whereby the quota can be put across. Children's Apparel Wanted Business has been lively at the Red Cross shop since Its reopening on Monday and the stock on shelves and tables Is rapidly dwindling while In turn the shop bank account grows. In fact so brisk have been tho sales that Mrs. C. E. Mead and her assistants were obliged to go to the warehouse today and send over a shipment of needed articles from the resorve stock. Children's apparel Is expressly desired right now and donations of such will be very welcome. The Idea of having a. tea-room In conjunction with the shop has been abandoned and the lattice partition has been torn down which gives the entire storeroom over to a display of wares. That call for peach pits has been cancelled is announced by the salvage department, there being no present market for them. Red Croii Chriitmae Labels , The Red Cross Christmas labels have arrived and those who are entitled to send a Chrlstmus box to son, husband, brother or other relatives overseas, but have not as yet received the official tag from the person it Is to be sent to can have both aJabeI and the official packing carton by calling at Red Cross headquarters and signing up for the same. Only the nearest of kin, VICTORVILLE SEAT'S RED GROSS War Drive Total Will Go Over Thirteen Hundred Mark It Is Expected , 3 THE SUf'S 8taff Correcpondonce. VICTOliILLE, Nov. 21. Misses I'eurle M. Palmer. Hazel D. Crablll and Alice Davis, high school teachers, left Wednesday for Los Angeles to be at home while the schools are kept closed. Fred Kline, J. C. Turner and Ed Dolch are In San Bernordino attending the Blythe murder trial. The lied Cross society met Wednesday afternoon and voted to be auxiliary to San Bernardino after this, instead of lied lands. Glenn Bateman, who broke his arm some time ago while cranking a machine, Is Improving nicely. The official board of the Methodist church met Monday night and elected tho officers for tho coming year. W. W. Green was named, both secretary of the board and treasurer of the church. Morris Ankrum, who is In the training camp In San Francisco In the artillery department of tho government, was on a furlough for a few days because of influenza and ' visited bin mother here, Mrs. C. B. Ankrum. He was a student at the law school of the University of Southern California before his enlistment and expects to return to school again as soon as he is mustered out Mrs. W. A. Safely, wife of the new operator at the Sunt; Fe. moved to Vlctorvllle Wednesday to Join her husband. The United War Work campaign has been a decided success In Victor valley. The total up to . Thursday morning amounted to J12GS.G8, most of which Is In cash. The grand total no doubt will pass tho $1300 mark slnre some sections have not reported yet In full. Tho reports so far are: Adelanto, $16: Apple Valley. 112S; Hesperla (amount sent to San Bernardino direct): Mirage Valley, $26 (report incomplete): Oro Grande, $200 (report not complete): Standard Oil compnny, $100; Victorville, cement plant, $108: high school students, $260; high school teachers, $55: grammar school tench- era and children, $20.68; and the bnl ance of Victorville $358: total $1206.68, CHIN0 SUGAR GUY GOES OVER TOP, DRIVE Small Attendance Again Is a Cause of Closing School, at Least for Week THE SUN'S Staff Correspondence C1IINO, Nov. 21. I'hlno, as In-all war fund campaigns, has gone over the top In the united war work' drive. Chi no's quota Is $2000. The subscriptions amount to $2300. A goodly share of this sum was received by the committee without any personal solicitation. The public ncliooln were opened Monday but were closed again at noon of that day for the reason that there were very, few pupils in attendance. Possibly the schools will open again on Monday. A number of new cases of influenza have been reported this week with three deaths. . W. it. Carr has closed the Mission garage, given up the building and left town. War conditions were tho reasons for quitting the business. Frank Saunders has sold his restaurant to Kd Homun. tSuiuiders has gone to Brawley to work. R. C. Homan and Ed Homan were at the county seat Tuesday on business. Tho rainfall for the ran period Just over was 1.50 Inches. ETIWANDA S FURLOUGH BEFORE OVERSEAS Library Is Again Open With a New Stock of Books for the Readers HIGHLAND GEM Rex BJ Goodcell Will Be the Principal Speaker Next Sunday Evening HCM-- THE EA5'..r? OF . ALLPATTI. 1870 A new and drewr- M t ' the popular Mandarin ityj ! , T4ie Harris $ We Givfl "S. & H."SUp however, Is privileged to send a Christ mas box as each soldier across the water can receive but a single holiday package The time for mailing the boxes ha8 been extended to November 30. Will Be K. of C. Field Secretary According to word received by rcla tlves, W. H. Mathews, better known here as Will Mathews, left Suit Lake City last Sunduy for New York from whence ho expected to Bail Immediately for France. He has been appointed a field secretary for the Knights of Columbus and will engage In the wel fare work which that organization Is carrying on overseas. Mr. Mathews was formerly manager here for Hotel Anderson and has countless friends to wish him bon voyage and success In his new work. Frank Mathews, a brother and who has been In Salt Lake for the past six months, has accepted a position with a San Francisco hotel and is being look ed for here for a visit before taking up his residence In, the northern city. Redlande Unit Servee Homemade cookies, apples, candy and the cunnlngest Individual glasses of olives imaginable were the treats which soldiers and sailors passing through on today's trains received from tho hands of canteen workers, the Redlands unit being on duty. The ol lea came aa a gift from the Kublas olive factory at Redlands. Mrs. Ku bias, who recently experienced sorrow In the loss of her husband, waa anxious to do something for the Colton canteen and ao made the generous donation of 27 dozen or exactly 324 sealed ' glasses of the choicest output of the factory. Mrs. J. H. Alder and Miss Moyah Clnrk served tho morning trains and Mrs. Dwlght Lefferts and Miss Mabel Hubbard, who brought ovor three doz1 en delicious home-baked cookies, met the afternoon ones nnd also the 6:65 evening train which always bears a delegation of khaki or bluo-clad serv Ice men. .Condition Is Improved Friends of the O. W. Bonnell family will be very glad to learn that the con dition of Mr. Bonnell, who suffered a fractured hip In an accident occurring last week and who has since been a patient In the Ramona "hospital, seems to be slightly Improved. It will be sev eral weeks yet, however, before he will able to be moved home. The two - ughtcrs, Misses Mildred and Marie, 1o recently went to Pasadena to ac nt positions, were here for tho week i V Mid Miss Marie Is remaining to he v .:tv her mother until Mr. Bonnell Is 1 on the rond to recovery. ! Injured in Fall from Tree V'Tille engaged In trimming popper i in theivlclnlty of tho Terrace V .; v yesterday morning, Joe Brazil had :.. -nlsfortune to fall and suffer what i. i .jlleved to be a broken neck. He taken over to tho general hospital :i. : . n Bernardino where It was found r- as paralyzed from the waist down. :trazil fell a distance of about 20 i- -1 )ut of the tree and It ia stated "-. i'hlle he may recovor there la feor V.ut t e will always be crippled. 'lien Enemies Oeeupy Jail i about the first time In a month J 1 door was looked today when 1 1 ?K'en enemlea were guests of the 'iv i i Ho watting over between trains, j hu ivo men, Germans, were from THE SUN'S Staff Correspondence HIGHLAND, Nov. 21. Highland will next Sunday evening pay tribute to the memory of George Corwln, her first soldier boy to give his life for his country, when- there will be a union memorial servlco at the Congregational church. The service will be heia at 7:30 o'clock and every citizen is Invited to honor the memory of the first and only Highland laddie who has paid the supreme price. Rex. B. Goodcell of San Bernardino will give the address and there will be special music. The Methodist Episcopal church has given up its service to Join in the memorial. The complete program will be given later In these columns., With the Boys Highland has again gone over the top and our boys In service will learn with pride when Johnny comes marching home that this district has never failed to do so In memory of her splendid young patriots. The united war work campaign has been going on during the past week and chulrman M. M. Randall nnnounces $1994.28 already reported. He says the final report will go over $2000. Highland's quota was $1500 and the third Increase Is a matter of pride. Certainly every soldier who went forth from this locality will feel that the home people have been behind him. Welcome Baby There Is great rejoicing in the household of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Estep of Lal'ralx street for today a baby girl was welcomed to their hearts and home. Several years ago Mr. and Mrs. Estep lost two beautiful children by a mysterious- ptomaine poison nnd this Is the first baby to gladden their heart since then and needless to say she Is a welcome treusure. Dr. J. H. Evans reports mother and baby doing splen didly. Will Mak the Trip Clarence A. Durkee Is due to arrive In Colton next Saturday morning on the Sunset Limited. He is accompanying the body of the sleeping baby daughter who has joined her mother across the Borderland. Mr. Durkee will visit the J. J. Henslee family here and his parents in Sun Dlmns while convalescing from his serious illness. Highland Flings Mr. and Mrs. Gratz H. Barnes and Mrs. Lucy Luttrell are guests at the homo of Mrs. Dorcas C. Randall having motored up last evening. Master Frederick Barnes has been spending the past three weeks with his grandmother and his mother and Mrs. Luttrell will remain until after Thanksgiving. Mr. Barnes will return to the city tomorrow and will bo accompanied by Miss Clara Drals of Hollywood, who has been visiting Mr. and ftfrs. W. P. Grow. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Seely have returned from a stay In Washington where the former hns been employed. C. L. Frnzer and son, W. P. Krazer, drove to Corona today. THE SUN'S Staff Correspondence ETIWANDA, Nov. 21. J. D. Ollendorff Is expected home the last of the week for a few days' leave of absence I before embarking for overseas for i work In the Y. M. C. A. He has been stationed at Camp Fremont tor a time. The library reopened on Wednesday. Mrs. William McClean, librarian here, received n large box of new books ... ....... tii I 1 1 ill 1 1 mi i-uiuiiy I1I1UI I Mrs. Clnyton, who has been o mem-I ber of the Hlppard household here for several weeks, leaves today for her home in Berkeley on u business trip. She plans to return to Ktiwanda as soon as possible. Mrs.' Hippard motors with her us. fur as Los Angeles. Mrs. Hipr.ard's mother, Mrs. Coons, will Kpend the duy with Mrs. A. C. Smith. Dr. Charles McBean and family of Los Angeles were visitors at their ranch here the first of the week. Dorothy Smith wus an over-night guest of Ruth Brownless Saturday night. Mm. Ogan of Orango spent last week with her sister, Mrs. John Frost. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frost took her to Ontario Sunduy where she will visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Morris before returning home. Mrs. Morgan'Carter of Los Angeles spent Tuesday with her father, C. N. Ross. M. A. Rouzee moved onto the George Hlckcox ranch on Base Line a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. James Spence and daughters, Dorothy and Frances, motored to Beaumont Sunday where they had dinner with friends, coming back by way of Hemet where they had supper with relatives of Mr. Spenee. George Hlckcox left for Imperial valley last week where he wiy perhaps spend the winter. Mr; and Mrs. James McClusky and daughter, Jean, of Ontario, were guests of Mr. nrtd Mrs. Emmanuel Smith Monday night. Return to Hornet Mrs. C. W. Oreenlee motored to Los Angeles Wednesday taking Mrs. Han-nnh M. Greenlee awl Mrs. Smith back to their home In the cjtyuifter.a .week's visit here. Her sister, Mrs. Gertrude McDowell, remained for a longer visit. J. B. McNerlin of Cucamonga came over Sunday to visit his ranch property here. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dilts of I'pland were luncheon quests of Mr. and Mra. A. A. Werne- Wednesday. Sergt. Earl Henderson returned to March field Tueray after a furlough spent at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Henderson. Philip Scott has l"en quite ill with tonsilitis for seve;U days but is reported better. Frank Hlckcox of Upland spent Sun-; day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hlckcox. Mrs. C. H. Jones and sons, Eugene nnd Richard, of Riverside, were guests oi ner parents, tapi. ana JHrs. J. H. Scott from Sunday to Wednesday. Winifred Hlckcox has been quite 111 with Influenza In a hospital at Berkeley but is now convalescing. J. C. Jones was a Los Angeles visitor Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ross and family of Clc felum, Washington, arrived Wednesduy to spend the winter on the Canyon Springs ranch. Fletcher Clnrk of Anaheim Is a guest of Robert Hutchins this week, coming out Monday to spend a portion of his vacation hero. RIALT0 PLAN ABUNDANT SUPPLY OF WATER Officers Are Named for the Citizens' Water Company for Coming Year Found a Quick Cure for Croup When a child has croup no time should be lost, and the remedy that will' give the quickest relief and is pleasant and safe to take Is the most desirable. Mrs. S. Cartwrlght, Col-llngsvllle, 111., says: "When my child was small ho was subject to croup. I found that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy gave the quickest "relief and that he never objected to taking It" W. M. Reed, Notary Public 4(0 Cour i TONIC AND HEALTH BUILDER Take CALCEUBS to rid yourself of that weakening, persistent cough, which Is threatening you with throat or lung troubles. Even In acute cases- affecting throat and lungs. CAL- CERBS havo given ' much relief In many eases helping to restore health. Thoy give strength to combat Illness. Contain calcium (a lime salt) ao compounded na to be easily absorbed. Calcerbe, 50 cents a box. At all druggist! or from mannufaeturer, postpaid. ECKMAN LABORATORY, rhlladel- phtn, Makera of Eokman'e Alterative. . Comb Sage Tea in Faded or Gray Hair Look young! Common garden Sago and Sulphur darkens so naturally nobody can tell Grandmother kept her hair beautifully darkened, glossy and attractive with a brow of Sage Tea and Sulphur, Whenever her hair took on that dull, faded or streaked appearance, thla simple mixture waa applied with wonderful effect By asking at any drug store for "Wyeth'a Sago and Sulphur Compound," you will get a larjo bottle . of this old-time recipe, improved by the addition of other In-grcdlonts, all ready to use, at very llttlo cost This simple mixture can be dopendod upon to restore natural color and beauty to the hair, A well known downtown druggist says everybody uses Wyeth'a Sage and Sulphur Compound now because It darkens ao naturally and evenly that nobody can tell It has boen applied It'a ao eaay to use, too. You simply dampen a comb or soft brush and draw It through your hair, taking one strand at a time. By morning the gray hair disappears; after another application or two, It Is restored to Its natural color and looka glossy, soft and beautiful This preparation la a delightful toilet requisite It la not intended for the cure, mitigation or prevention of disease. THE SUN'S Staff Correspondence. RIALTO. Nov. 21. The Citizens' Lund and Water company at the Lord ranch is preparing for abundant water supply next season. In cuho rainfall is small the pump may not be needed, however. Manager Orvllle Martin and the other members believe In taking no chonces'. If the requirement comes the water will be ready nnd tho machinery for carrying It to the thirsty ranchers Is fitted for action on short notice. . . Directors for the coming year have been elected us follows: A. A. Anderson, S. J. Bunting, A. D. Lltts. O. Lelser. Orvllle Martin, George A. Otis, Dan Swartz. Officers chosen are: President, G. Lelser; vice president, A. D. Lltts; secretary. S. J. Bunting; treasurer. First National bank of Rl-alto; manager, Orvllle Martin. A. P. Litts was appointed zanjero for the 25th time, having already -served the company in that capacity for 24 successive years. Red Croii , The Red Cross program of activities certainly leaves no time to be spent In Idleness, but calls for continuous and ever Increasing achievement. Yesterday the local chapter shipped 106 suits pajamas, an allotment for which delayed material was received on October 81, and on November 18 the .suits were completed . nnd tied in bundles ready for shipment The workers Included members of the Bloomlngton nnd Fontana auxiliaries. Chapter production chairman, Mrs. W. S. Fnrner, wishes to announce that yarn hns been received for 275 pairs of socks. Knitters can obtain yarn of Mrs. C. H. Gurney. Many knitters are needed. Mrs. Farner further reports that material for an allotment for 300 pajama suits is now on the way and Is expected to rench Rlalto by next Wednesday, tho work to be finished by December 16. More machines nnd a veritable army of workers will be required to complete the tas' at the appointed time. " " Delightful Day ' " Mrs. Edwin Clark delightfully entertained Misses Ruth Hillerman, Hazel Flickingcr and Stella Williams today with an auto trip and a day In Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Clark are the guests at the home of Miss Margaret Boyd, while Mr. Clark is conducting business at the Elliott drug store, their home being In the Angel city. Association Meeting The meeting of the San Bernardino association of Congregational churches at Bloomlngton today was attended by :i goodly number of Rlalto people, including Rev. G. F. Mathes, registrar of the association; Mrs. G. F. Mathes, Rev. William T. Butcher, Mrs. H. E. Winslow, Mrs. F. A. Juhliri, Miss Louise Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Weir. Mrs. Juhlln and Miss Oliver were delegates from the local church. Committee Meeting A before prayer meeting session was held last evening by tho program committee of the United church, and. plans outlined for the Christmas exercises. As a mere sketch was all possible of accQinplishmcnt in the time at their disposal the members decided to meet again In the neur future when arrangements will bo completed. Those, present lost evening were Rev. William T. Butcher, Mrs. Harry Brimmer, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Welborn, Mra. H.. fci. Winslow and Miss Louise Oliver. Home Study Plan -The homo study plan is to be inaugurated among the pupils of the local school during the enforced vacation be-causo of the quarantine. All pupils are requested to report to the teachers at the schoolhouse next Monday morning to receive the study assignments. There will be no assembly and the pupils need not come in close contact with others for this matter. It is urgent that every student possible report and receive Instructions as to study. Influenza R. A. Stephens is sick with Influenza today, also little John Manuel, son of Mr. and Mrs. David C. Manuel. John Cox Is sitting up today for the first time since taken ill. W. E. Elliott continues to improve. Fragments Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred J. Llghthlpe and Mrs. Leo Lighthipe and children motored up from Los Angeles on business and looking up their Rlalto friends. NO T0N1CJJKE HOOD'S Sarsaparilla For a Time Like This,' After Influenza, the Grip, When purified blood, rebuilt strength and regulated bowels are essential. In the after-effects of influenza, tho grip nnd other prostrating diseases, Hood's Sarsaparilla has remarkable health-helping effect It expels the poisons that have weakened and depleted the blood, causing pallor, anemia, flabby flesh and lax muscles. It is the standard blood remedy with a successful record of nearly fifty years. Many people It is really astonishing how many need a fine, gentle, ensy cathartic In these trying times. We recommend Hood's Pills, used In the best families, nnd equally -effective with delicate women or robust mon. Easy to, take, easy to operate. mi Swif 9 s rremium Oleomargarine Saves 20 Cents or More a Pound but accept the saving as incidental. Buy Swift's Premium Oleomargarine for what .it is a delicious, wholesome, healthful spread for bread. Only the purest of Government inspected ingredients are used in its manufacture. It is sweet, pure and clean. Millions more pounds of Oleomargarine are selling each year. Swift's Premium Oleomargarine contains the elements for growth which all children need. They like it. All the family will like it. Betters the bread, and splendid for cooking. Easy to buy the most widely distributed brand of Oleomargarine. Swift & Company, U. S. A. Other Quality Brands til ri" '1. 'I' i: 33 Best White Oleomargarine Made from Nuts and Milk 1 i i King Edward Hotel 150 Fire-Proof Rooms. 5th and Los Angeles Sts. Best $1.00 Room in Los Angeles Cafe and Dairy Lunch in Connection WALTER E. SMITH, Proprietor C. C LOO Ml 3, Manager New Gas Rates Per Month. First 3000 ou. ft per meter fl.20 peF M. Next 5000 ou. ft per meter $1.10 per M. Next 7000 ou. ft per meter 1.00 per M. All over 15,000 eu. ft. per meter 80o per M. Minimum Charge per Month 60o WS.S. "VTA SAVINGS yTAMPJ X illUIDIYTNt UNITED STATES J lOOVEKNMNT ' f Citrus Belt Gas Company 377 E St. Phones 91

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