Santa Cruz Evening News from Santa Cruz, California on December 18, 1922 · Page 6
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Santa Cruz Evening News from Santa Cruz, California · Page 6

Santa Cruz, California
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Monday, December 18, 1922
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PAGE SIX SANTA CRUZ, CALIFORNIA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1922 , Ship Early What is Christmas without candy? You probably can't answer, for everyone always has it then. - Frazter Lewis Candies are an exceptional treat, and those who receive them, particularly fortunate. They are delightfully flavored and filled, and are healthful and wholesome. For your Eastern and other distant friends the Frazler Lewis delicious Victoria Chocolates and complete assortment of other choice confections are ready for shipment any distance-packed in plain or art Christmas boxes. Order by mail, phone 106, or call at store on Pacific Ave. at Soquel Ave. Do it now and avoid postal delays. Frazier Lewis Records You've Been Waiting For L. L. Trumbly Has Them 14432 "Suez," "Yankee Doodle Blues." 14417 "Gee, But I Hate to Go Home Alone," "Way Down South." 14287 "Three O'clock in the Morning," "Moon River." 14431 "All Over Nothing At All," "Japanese Moon." 14435 ' ' Nellie Kelly, I Love You, " "You Remind Me of My Mother. ' ' 14363' ' Just Because You're You," "The Sneak." 14433 "Down Old Virginia Way," "While the Years Roll By." 14394 "Dancing Fool," "Are You Playing Fair!" 14434 "I Found a Four-Leaf Clover," "I'll Build a Stairway to Paradise." 24032 ' ' Three 0 'clock in the Morning, " " For the Sake of Auld Lang Syne. ' ' Sonora Phonographs, $50 up. One Conn and one Perfection Saxaphone at great bargains. Watch and wait for extra special holiday announcement later. L. L. TRUMBLY 80 Pacific Avenue Phone 821-J E I - CALIFORNIANS INC. A Non-Profit Organization of California Citizens and Institutions Interested In the Sound Development of the State 302 Hutton Building San Francisco, Calif., December 15, 1922. f Mr. Harry Main, Secretary, . . Santa Cruz Chamber of Commerce,. Santa Cruz, California. Dear Mr. Main: Since returning from Santa Cruz it has oc-: curred to me that a fine piece of co-operation between, our two organizations is possible in Los Angeles. We plan to do some newspaper advertising in Los Angeles in January to March, inviting tourists into Central and Northern California, and could easily make reference in these advertisements to your office and lecture, I think this would materially increase the stream of callers at your office and am sure that you would be glad to reciprocate by talking about the entire upper part of the state. We could by that time, also, supply you with our general California booklet and some special tourist folders. If this appeals to you let me have a note about it. Sincerely yours, - B. M. RASTALL, Director. . FIGURES IN STRANGE STORY : OFLDS ANGELES "LOVE CULT" (!fir I IP ; Yesterday's San Francisco Chron icle devotes a whole page to the .subject of "Rev." Charles Newman, who ran a hocus-pocus "love cult" in Los Angeles, after his experience in Santa Cruz, ' where, on Walnut avenue, a block from The News office, he "told futures" for a number of very respectable people. While here, Newman did not effect the "Rev." prefix, but advertised himself as the i i; ,i i v. i. ? m it i ii i I I a I j i ivir7y4rfr M ill " ji n n if mi nil vsji n an n ia,i v i vc i ix r-jr -- . r : rr iff TT!3ft. . vzmmMT vsi ... ij i n-vTi. m; rz v ii x i -y r a ii K'.A I -JM lfJ AgflSM" r r lul - 7-1 W &25Zttr-i MM si V .Says the Chronicle Only You have always longed for a pleasanter kitchen for the opportunity to get through with your work earlier in the day. Here is the chance to satisfy that longing. This wonderful one-week sale gives you the opportunity to put in your kitchen the greatest iaoor-vbig device of the times and to do it under the most favorable of conditions, and on the easiest of terms. If you have ever wanted freedom from your most trying household drudgery don't fail to come in for a HOOSIER demonstration this week. Come even if you have no intention of buying just to see this great woman-saving convenience. ALSO INCLUDED WITH YOUR HOOSIER BEAUTY as regular equipment. this splendid 14-pice set of crystal glassware, the largest set of glassware ever included with a kitchen cabinet. You get four big glass jars with air-tight aluminum tops just right for the storage of bulk foods. Air-tight coffee and tea jars open salt boat and seven aluminum-topped spice, containers in HOOSIEK'S exclusive revolving spice easier. All 14 pieces of beautifully ridged crystal glass, highly ornamental and decidedly practical. SPECIAL This Week Only The special conditions prevailing1;, during this sale have never been equalled in any kitchen cabinet offering with which we are familiar. Note these six big reasons for buying your HOOSIER now. 1A payment as low as J1.00 puts the complete HOOSIER in your home. 2 You pay the balance in deferred payments of convenient amounts. 3 No extra charge for these easy terms or, for the FREE cutlery. ! W W I Mil IK ff SSM at W a i 4 5 The low 1922 cash price prevails. ' Your cabinet, delivered on receipt of your initial payment, under the factory guarantee "Money Back If Not Delighted." A FREE set of Dexter Domestic Science cutlery worth $7.50 included with each HOOSIER Beauty. TO PURCHASERS Thi S7.50 Sel OF DEXTER CUTLERY As mi extra inducement to buy your HOOSIER during this big demonstration sale, we will give you FREE with your HOOSIER Beauty the complete Dexter Domestic Science Kitchen Set. This set has the unqualified endorsement of such eminent authorities as Good Housekeeping Institute, Miss Alice Bradley, Mrs. Christine Fredericks and many others. These tools fit compartments in a special cutlery drawer that slides forward with HOOSIER'S extending table-top making it easy to get at each tool even when the work table is extended. Pacific Coast Furniture Co. 231 Pacific Avenue Phone 22 "Master Mind, in part: And perhaps you will recall the Reverend" Charles Newman, alias Harry Y. Cohen, "The Man Who Knows All," Los Angeles Mystic and founder ol a strange loye cult. The "JRoyerend" Newman does not run to country Clubs, His Idea of doing the handsome by persons who felt the urge toward the aid of the unseen was a "Temple of Love," a heavily curtained, filmlly lighted, in cense-scented, somewhat terrifying place of mystery, with bizarre sym bols snapped up here and there from every known age and clime to coim plete the atmosphere of ghostliness And into this absurd staging there poured a steady stream of men and women, all ages, of all degrees of mental, educational and cultural de velopment, and of every possible state of poverty and affluence. They came for advice on financial problems, do mestic difficulties, proposed enter prises. But mostly they came for assistance in affairs of the heart. An assistant of the pseudo-Reverend, who turned against the temple after an attack of conscience, stated that hundreds of dollars were taken in every day by the sneering man in the ridiculous "priest's" robe who preyed upon his women clients and forced them into the most incredible of sex situations. In Los Angeles the "Reverend" Newman fares less well than does the mystic of the Atlantic coast, Mrs. Lillian Hildreth, a 16 year old bride, decided the weird ceremonial of the wizard who undertook to give her the benefit of his leverage on the spiritual world, was in the nature of indignity to herself. Accordingly she visited the police on her way home from the "Temple of Love" and what she told them caused Cohen to be put under arrest. It was about this time that a re formed helper of the wizard told of the queer rites of the temple. Women would be ushered into the sanctum and ordered if young and beau tiful to disrobe. The mystic could not see their spirits through their clothes. First they made their "donation," anything from $5 to whatever the seer thought they had. His pronouncements all were as filled with mystery as they were deficient with good sense. One of his requirements was $7 for a brew of "spirit herbs" made of water, vinegar and pepper. But Cohen was arrested finally and he gave his version of why human beings fall for the mystery stuff. Said he: "Women in general believe that there are life and love mysteries they cannot, of themselves, fathom. They believe some wiser son of Adam or daughter of Eve holds the key to these puzzles. That's the secret of hocus-pocus. Usually there is something wrong with a woman's love-life when she begins visiting mediums. They go to seers to confirm or refute their own suspicions. Practically all wo men patrons ask me, 'Is my husband true?' No wise medium answers No' to such a question. I immedi ately propound the counter question, 'are you true to him?' When they shriek 'yes!' I reply. 'Well, he's true to you too. Go home and be happy!' "My system is to outguess them and evade their questions. It's a battle of wits and, to my mind, perfectly legitimate." TRIGONLA OIL CO. IF YOU DESIRE TO PURCHASE TRIGONLA OIL STOCK, DO SO AT ONCE. PAR VALUE, l.OO PER SHARE; SELLING AT S5c PER SHARE UNTIL DEC. 80. 119 PACIFIC AVE. PHONE 630. advt. TRIGONLA OIL CO. IF YOU DESHIE TO PURCHASE TRIGONIA OIL STOCK. DO SO AT ONCE. PAR VALUE, 1.00 PER SHARE; SELLING AT 25c PER SHAKE UNTIL DEC. 30. 119 PACIFIC AVE. PHONE 636. advt. If you would onlnv vonr Tma dinner nolo keen the kettles hoilini- Gift Silverware FOR THE CHRISTMAS TABLE The first thing o n e notices at dinner is the silverware. It is by far the most useful asset the household contains. Good silverware is the real Christmas gift. It has a permanent worth a lasting quality that makes it desirable for discriminating housewives. Shop early. . KLEIN & TRUMBLY 124 Pacific Avenue - I c J iri Auto Parts We have them or can get them for yon. Every used part Is in first class condition and wHt render satisfactory service. IT we cannot supply yon, your money will be cheerfully refunded. New and used motors, parts, tires, trailers and cars, STOCKTON AUTO WRECKING AND SUPPLY HOUSE 420 South Center St., Stockton, CaL Phone 562 Redwood Slabs $6.00 PER CORD Sawed to any length and delivered The Union Ice Co. 190 Chestnut Avenue 142 Phones 112 WE ARE MOW PREPARED to show our fine line of Candles made especially for Christmas. The best of ingredients have gone into their making and we know they are good. Boxes filled with delicious Chocolates, wrapped in holly design paper, from 50c up. Do not forget that we make candy canes and will have an assortment of sizes. TURNERS TELEPHONE 180 56 PACIFIC AVENUE DELIGHT THE CHILDREN CHRISTMAS With one of our Bicycles, Kiddy Kara, Wagons, Tricycles or . cn.rcuva, r rices I iuc. 267 Pacific Avenue DRAPER'S CYCLERY Phone 1267-W I Want More Eggs YOU GET Higher l Prices My orders far exceed the supply, so just telephone me and I shall call for your eggs. W.N.PATTERSON 304 Soquel Ave. Phone 366 advt.

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