San Bernardino News from San Bernardino, California on April 29, 1916 · Page 5
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Woman's Page of The News Social News Home Hints Buy Your Spring Suit Nov And Make a Saving of From $5 to $10 $27.50 and $25.00 Spring Suits $19.95 $16.50 and $15.00 Spring Suits $11.95 First Church of Christ, Scientist Until the completion of its new edifice holds services at the Woman's club house on Sixth street between E and F. Sunday morning service at 11 o'clock; Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock; lesson sermon from the Christian Science Bible' lessons; sub Informal Dancing Party Is Given An informal dancing party was given by the Elks and their women friends last night in the club house, with about forty couples present. It was an Informal shirt waist and middy affair, the strictest Informality prevailing, no "dress up" clothes be Happy Hour Card Club Meets The members of the Happy Hour Card club were entertained by Mrs. J.'fT. Fouch In her home, 525 Union avenue. Poppies : decorated th rooms. Miss Edna Gorrat won first prize, a cut glass , bon bon dish. A dainty lace boudoir cap was presented to Mrs. F. Craw. Delicious refreshments were served. Picture Cpmpany Actors Many Miss Emma Audell Higgins and George Newell Chesebro, members of the Dudley Motion Picture company of Redlands, were married by Justice Edward Wall in this city Thursday night. 4- St. ' Paul's Methodist Flwoal, South 440 Fifth street. W. J. Lee, pastor. : Sunday school, 9:45 a. m'.i R. E. Wilkinson, superintendent. Morning' sermon at 11 o'clock, "Founding of the "' First Gentile Church, at Antioch,", Acts 11, 19-29. Senior Epworth League at 6:'30 p. m., "Using Sunday for Tl.ls World and the Next," missionary, lsa. 58: 1-14. Evening sermon at 7:30 o'clock, "The Nature and Extent of Christian Devotion." Wednesday at 7:30 p. m., midweek prayer meeting. Friday at 2 p. m., Woman's Missionary society. ' ' Holiness Gosel Mission Mrs. A. D. Snook, superintendent. Services at 3 p. m. Rev. Haughton of Riverside will preach. Prayer meeting ' Friday at 7:30 p. m. I i I 1 ject, "Everlasting Punishment." Sun-1 day school at 9:45 a. m. Testlmoniaf meeting on Wednesday evening at 7:45. Reading rooms, 301-302 Katz building, Third and E streets, open daily except Sundays and holidays, from 1 to 5 o'clock. The public is in vited to both the church services and reading rooms. 4 v Catholic Very Rev. John Brady, pastor. Masses at 7:30 and 9 o'clock a. m. High mass at 10:15 a. m. Sunday school after the 9 o'clock mass. Evening devotions at 7:30 o'clock. Bethel Congregational Mt. Vel-non near Rialto avenue. Rev. H." B. Mowbray, acting pastor. Sunday school at 9:30; H. B. Mowbray, superintendent. Christian Endeavor society at 6:30 p. m. Evening service at 7:30, sermon by the pastor, address by Walter Sturges of Pomona college, the First church choir will sing. ' 1 St. John's Episcopal Corner ' F and Fourth streets. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; celebration of the holy communion and sermon at 11 a. m. by the Rev. O. Parker of Los Angeles. Vestry meeting Monday evening at 7:30 at 675 Arrowhead avenue. The annual parish meeting will be held in the church at 7:30 on Tuesday evening. Choir practice Thursday evening at 7:30. First Christian Corner of E and, Seventh streets. A. F. Roadhouse, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a: m.; Fred Skelton, superintendent. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Prelude, "Summer Song," Orso; ' offertory, "Morana," Gaspar. Sermon, "The Simplicity of the Gospel; No Key Necessary to Unlock 'it; it Never Was Locked.'' Evening service at 7:30; Prelude, "Canzonetta," Gqdard; offertory, "Quietude," Gregh; solo, selected. Miss Helen McGinniss; violin solo, selected, Lamar McGarvey, accompanied by Miss Vivian Smithson. Sermon, "A Little Child Shall Lead Them." Music in charge of Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Stangland. Christian Endeavor at 6:30; leader, Lawrence Patterson. I" icehsed To Wed FROUDE-SAR TO R Percy K. Froude, native of California, age 26, and Eleanor- K. Sartor, native ' of Indiana, age 22, both of San Bernardino. , KELLY-SENFT Hilland J. . Kelly, native of California, age 21, and Edith M. Senft, native of Pennsyl- vania, age 22, both of Redondo. MARTINEZ-MORALES Moises -R. Martinez, native of Mexico, age 32, and Evelyn Morales, native of Mexico, age 31, both of Redlands.. HUGHES-WEBB Norman C. Hughes, native of Missouri, age 24, and Genevieve Webb, native of Missouri, age 18, both residents of . Los Angeles. , RATES $18.50 and $17.50 Spring Suits $13,95 $22.50 and $20.00 Spring Suits $15.95 C. Cohn Dublin Is Menaced Result Of Fires Started From Bombs And Guh Shells CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONI3 4 being closed in and Sir John Frencn announces that the revolution is be ing fast suppressed. Fires still rage in the Sackville section. Great damage has been done by flames In various sections of the city. Outside of the Sackville street district only isolated points are held by the rebels, while outside of Dublin the principal centers of disturbance are County Galway and Enniscorthy, while local riots are reported in Kil-Iarney, Clonmel and Corey. RIALTO WOMAN" IS DEAD Mrs. Fred Kingman died early to day at her home in Rialto at the age of 47 years. Funeral services will occur Sunday afternoon at the family home in Orange street, Rev. Engle of the Methodist church of Rialto, officiating. Interment in Rialto cemetery under direction of Juhlin & Stephens. Read The News Classified Ads. "THE who SCORES SLAIN OR HURT OVER IRIS! RIOTING . 4- First PresliyterlHn E and Church r-streets. Rev. Aivah Grant Fessendcn, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; Senior ' Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Morning suDject, n Lire a Game of Chance?". Evening subject, "Life's Highest" Ambition." Special music by choir at both services. :Pas-tor's Aid Thursday afternoon at 2:30. The Mendelssohn evening for the benefit of the organ fund will be given Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. No tickets will be sold but an offering of 25 cents for admission it la. hoped will be given at the door. , See program elsewhere. , .' : 1 ' '. . First Evangelical Lutheran G between Sixth and Seventh streets. W. J. Dentler, pastor. Sunday at, 9:30 a. m., lesson discussion by teachers; 9:45 a. m., lesson Btudy, Ulysses Bur-key, superintendent. Diviner service at 11 o'clock, sermon, "Fulfilling Faith." . Anthem by choir. ' , Mission band, at 4 p. m. led by Mrs. W. J. Dentler. Junion Endeavor at 6:30, topic, "Our Church In India; Senior topic," '.'Using Our Sabbaths, for -This World; and the Next." Evening worship at ,7: 30, theme of sermon.. ?The Leading Judge Is Gratified." Tues- . day evening at 7 o'clock Junior social at the home of Blanche and. Jennie Gover on Pleasant street. Wednesday, at 7:30, midweek service and teacher training. " .- ; Urst l ongrefjaMonai r inn . ana P streets. Rev. H. B. Mowbray, pastor. Morning worship at 11 a. m., sermon by Rev. G. F. Mathes of Rialto. ' Antnom, "This Is the Day;." solo by G. H. Mcrriam. The evening service will be at Bethel church. 4 - - . First Spiritualist Temple -Samuel 'B. Lacey, minister. Sunday services at '7:30 o'clock p. m.; subject; "A Twentieth Century Interpretation of the Lord's, iPrayer." Mrs. M. fi. Lacey will give the messages oi the evening. Wednesday nfght at, ,7: 30 j o'clock and Friday afternoon at 2:30 j o'clock there will be message circles.! - . .' i Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ t ........ n. u.ln. n U : Wtvnm pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. . Ser mon by' Rev. T. W. 'Williams of. Los Angeles. Rev. Willalms will speak at the Y. M. C. A at 3 p. m. Zion's , Keugio society at o p. m. Xieauer, Mrs. Harris. Sermon at 7:30 by Rev. Wllliauit. . SUMMER - Dry Goods Yours For Lens Factory On Premises Better Glasses Dr. Wm. 0. Taylor, 0. 0. Home 168 388 E ST. Pacific 36 San Bernardino General Hospital and Sanitarium Open to All Physicians, All Treatments, Trivate Rooms, Wards. Turkish Baths Department for Ladies and Gentlemen. Home ll;t Surset 1-50 325 Third St. v;or SAn Beonadtmno Califoqnia Send for Our Select List of EIGHTY CALIFORNIA PAPEKS You can Insert d'aplay ads in the entire list tor EIGHT DOLLARS AN INCH The Iake Advertising Agency, Inc. 427 S. Main St. 12 Geary St. Lou Angeles, Cal. San Franclscc Stenotypy- Shorthand and all Stenographic Subjects a Specialty. AH Commercial Subjects Taught; also German. Day and Night School. Pacific 571. 543 Fifth St. If it happens to he a matter of advertising, and you desire to get results, News classified ads work while you are at something else. "Wheel of Fortune" Sunset Building JrrKisjJ., W, Tmipd St BnM P"0"" ' $32.50 and $30.00 Spring Suits $24.95 $40.00 and $35.00 Spring Suits $29.95 Company -: NOTICE :- Change of Schedule. Valley Line Stage For Pomona and Los Angeles - J Leave San Bernardino 7:15 A.M., 12:30 P.M., 5:00 P.M. Leave Los Angeles 7:00 A.M., 1:00 P.M., 5:15 P.M. Phones Home 1567, Sunset 1181 DR. L. W. AYERS Dcntfst ' Successor to Dr. Lyiuan. Offices 213 Katz Building. 14 Yearn' , Kxperienre With Hanf 473 3rd M. -: A. GRAFF ;- Ladies Tailor and Importer.. 403-401 Katz Bldg. Take Elevator Home 884 KODAKS Developing and Printing Jones' Photo Supply House, 509 Third St. 'OF THE PARSONAGE A h' ,Jtlhj Elhcl Huetttn At a'l Slora il .25 ntl. Tht DofAi Merrill Co.. Putt. NEAREST TO EVERYTHING Hotel Manx San Frwnrisrn : PmeUSt.otOfmeil California ns I leadV: quarters while int San Francisco 'Mwt roc at the Manx ' moderate rates Running distilled ice Kalcr in every room. Spei-io! alleit (ion given to Indies trawling unescor- j MnKPtnnt ; of Chester W. Kellcy ji red. A la carie fliifiild r.Kv.t, Oiitirnl Si peel.. I '"flpv 37 Kryptok w ing permitted. A supper was served after the dance. The committee in charge of the pleasant affair was composed of Karl F, TuUle, Frank J. Smith, Jerome Kavanaugh and Frank Barnes. Mrs. Harry Eastwood Is Hostess ' Mrs. Harry' Eastwood entertained a company of friends yesterday afternoon in honor of her mother, Mrs. James Heap, at 226 Tenth street., It was a surprise, Mrs. Heap being presented with numerous gifts at a miscellaneous shower. Refreshments were served. Those who enjoyed the afternoon were Mesdames James Heap, M. W. Vale, W. N. Keller, J. Mogeau, F. P. Dunlap, of Rialto, George Heap, Graham, Speed, Harry Heap, M. E. Eastwood, F. W. Hager, Parley Heap, C. R. Carmen, J. L. Shay, O. W.' PerriB, Miss Margaret Speed, Miss Evalyn Perris, Mrs. H. J. Kennelley of Redlands, Harry Eastwood. Mrs. Jane Smithson Surprised Mrs. Jane Smithson was surprised by a group of friends who joined with Mrs. Minerva McElvaine in visiting the new and cosy home of Mrs. Smithson, where a supper was served. . Progressive whist was play ed, a pretty picture being awarded Mrs. Sarah Yager, a china plate to Mr. Huntington, a bottle of perfume to Mrs. Fannie Crouse and a vase of Indian pottery to John Brown. Others present 'were Mrs. Hunting ton, of Long Beach, Mrs. Killum, Mrs. Harriet Mayfleld, ' Mrs. Alexander, Mrs. Crandall, Mrs. S. A. Rathbun, Mrs. Godfrey, Miss Ruth McGarvey an.d Robert Poppett. Refreshments were served by' Mrs. Smithson, assisted by Mr: and Mrs. Henry Scarf, Miss Lois Scarf and Master Hansen Scarf. ' f ' Social Time Enjoyed By Lodges Magnolia Rebekah lodge regular meeting last night was largely at tended and with Odd Fellows and their families present a delightful social time was had. There was a country fair, the Rebekahs being attired in gingham dresses in true country spirit and costume. There was a fish pond for the children and refreshments. The program consist ed of a solo by Mr. Wright, recita tions by Miss Varney, violin and piano duet by W. H. Parsons and Alfred Parsons, a piano solo by Ernest Jensen and a vocal solo by Mrs. R. C. Jensen. ? OF Ml Gives Up His Rights To Serve As Executor Of His Mother's Estate Renouncing his right to serve as an executor of the will of his mother, Mrs. Amy Florence Beckingsale, who was killed in an automobile-train collision near Ontario several days ago, John Edgar Beckingsale has petitioned the superior court to appoint 3al F. Hunter to act in that capacity. The will, which i was written ' In 1 9 08, provides that $12,000 shall go to the caughter, Winifred May Beck-ingBale, $5,000 to the son, John Edgar Beckingsale, and that If there be anything else in the estate $500 shall go to the husband of the decedent providing he is living. But the daughter died and in a codical to the will Mrs. Beckingsale appoints her son as executor with this admonition: "That you shall care for your father (if he needs It) and to use what you inherit with as good judgment as would have your sister if she had Jived." Beckingsale Sr. resides In England, PEIONS ON APPOINTMENT : Class Members Hold Meeting A joint social and business meeting was held by the Phllatheas and Baracas of the First Baptist church last night. Kate Swarthout and Edith Harrington read papers and Olive Easton and Grace Wyatt gave piano numbers. Fifth Annual Ball Big Success - - The Santa Fe Apprentices gave their fifth annual ball last night with 500 persons present at , the Urbita dancing pavilion. The dancers made I merry until 130 o'clock this morn ing with the long program and extras And everyone enjoyed the afair immensely. The big pavilion was decorated with pennants, American ,-flags and a lattice work across the1 end of the room. Smilax and r'oses were used about the lattice work and electric globes in blue and white, the apprentices' colors, were mounted on the top of the lattice. Behind this screen were tables for those who pre ferred to play cards. ' Prizes were awarded the winner. Punch was served throughout the" evenings. The grand march was led by Eugene Callaher, .general foreman of the locomotive depaitment,- and Mrs. Callaher and Cl XL SHizzeU,. general foreman of the" car'fle'partmenT, and Mrs. Buzzell. . . ,.,-, , " I i I -V Miss Mabel Malone Becomes Bride Miss Mabel Glenn Malone sister of Mrs. Douglas Champion, and Milton H. Covey of Los Angeles, were wedded In that city at .1 o'clock this afternoon In the home of Mrs. C. J. Malone, 2726 Dalton avenue, by Dr. C. E. Locke of the First Methodist Episcopal church. The charming bride has made her home in- San Bernardino for a number of years, going to V,os Angeles with her mother about two years ago. She has spent much time with her sister, Mrs. Champion, at Glenn ranch, and is well known to many of the younger people of the city. Mrs. Covey has been a nurse for several years. Mr. Covey is a salesman with the R. L. Craig wholesale grocery company In Los Angeles and met his bride while on a summer trip to Glenn ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Champion and Mr. and Mrs. George Whipps, Mrs. Melone and Miss Jessie Melone and Fred May of Los Angeles were present at the ceremony. PICTURE AT OPERAHOUSE "Barbara Frietchie," the Metro picture offering at the Opera House to night for the last time, is adapted from the famous poem of thp same name by John Greenleaf Whittier and the play by Clyde Fitch. In her remarkable career as a stage and screen star Mary Miles Minter never had a role better suited for her beauty and' charm. ' A Paramount-Bray rartoon and the Paramount Plctograph complete the program. , . Coining tomorrow ' matinee' for three nights is the notable Fannie Ward in "For the Defense," a Lasky-Paramount picture. The third chapter of "The Iron Claw" is also of tomorrow's program. J This screen novel is running with immense success in all of the Alex Pantages theaters in this country and Canada and also in the Poli Now England theaters. FILES Sl IT FOR DIVORCE Holcomb & Coy have filed suit for divorce for Emmy Warrick against, Willis Eugene Warrick. Eat your Chicken Dinner at the Stewart Sunday, 12 to 2, 5:30 to 8 p. ni., fiOo. turns 'incessently round; ; and i i can say within himself, . lhall today be uppermost 1 The saying aptly supplies a thought on which to pause and stress THE FICKLENESS OF LONGMIRPS BUSINESS COLLEGE FORTUNE, and point an everlasting moral on the wisdom of thrift and saving ! " SAVE TODAY ! sr n AND BE SECURE TOMORROW! 3 Months , $22.50 6 Months $40.00 10 Months $60.00 : 'idfaw is thetiine j to, prepare for success.' We placed two students in positions this week and had calls fort wo more. ,. . 1 ' t . ' ENTER NOW Six students enrolled in1 the month of April. In other words, BE "UPPERMOST 1" A. Savings Account at this Bank will keep you immune from the freaks and foibles of fickle fortune. .. '- ;' ' i -.'.,. Ian Bernardino A. (i. KENDALL, Pres. C. E. VAHEY, Cashier.

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