Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on January 2, 1909 · Page 8
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8- SATURDAY - EVENING, OAKLAND TRIBUNE- JANUARY 2, 1909. S UN DA Y SER VICES 'nr.' ' Tr .- '-ry ' P ttt7 7-rv- ; - ? : A mumms Oh CO UNI Y ixew i I ear sermons vv in i ifo GivejihyPastors. i ' MISS 'NELLIE H. "CARPENTER, Organist . Twenty-third-Avenue Baptist ,Churth. PCHr mBB pastors of many of the churches 1 . In tha county have selecte.l aub-. '- Jacti for tha services tomorrow propoa of tha ad rent of tha new year. .Special music will alao' .hs rendered In (many of tha houses of worship tomorrow (to welcoma 1909.. , Ona of tha moat Imnortant mnti In church ctrclaa In tha past week, waa tha acceptance by Bar. L. , L. Wirt of a' call (to tha assistant pastorate of the J-lrst Congregational Church. Kov. Wirt nnd Wa wife arrived In thla cltv l.rst even- pa j from London, England, and the pas tor expect to take up hi new duties immediately. Kent Tue-idar evenlnar at . ( o'clock tha Men'a League of tha First Congre gational Church will hold a dinner. Tha members will be addressed by Bishop Edwin H. Hufhei. Tha ladles Aid Society of the Conrre- IjratlonaJ ?Chureh Is planning' Tor Its Jam- ntary meeting and has raoAieated all the members to ba present, ; as business' of importance will ba transacted. ' Tha following Temnle Workers of thla church hava sxreed - to decor&ta the chapel thla year: ' Following are . tha announcements of aerricea In . churches of tha county tomorrow: '.. . ' ' - Congregational First Conrres-atlonal Church. Twelfth and Clay streets; Rev. Charles R. Brown, pas tor 11 a- m.. "Burden Sha-ring A New Tear Message;" 7 '.SO pV m., "Tha mrav ure." Fourth Congregational Church. Rev. Frederrlelc H. Msar, pastorMorning, communion service and receDtlon of mem bers; evening-, ''What the New Tear Will Bflnf ui." , . Frultvala ' Consrrec&tlonal ! Church. Fruitvale avenue and East Sixteenth street: Rev. Burton M. Palmer; pastor 11 a. m-. New Tear fellowship service, reception of new members, baptism and tha Lord's 8upper; 7:80 p. m., Nejw Tear's sermon, "The -Tear of Jubilee." Market-street Conrregational Church, 'corner of Market and Eighteenth streets, Rev. onrflth Griffiths, pastor. Sunday service at 11 a. m. Subject,' "Crossing the Rubicon." i . f I Presbyterian!, h ' Iflrst Presbyterian Church, Fourteenth and Franklin streets Rev. ,f.j I Good- speed, D. D.. will preach morning and evening 11 a. m., subject, "The Meaning of Time;" 7:80 p. m-. subject, "Forgetting and Reaching. Strangers especiallv invited. All are welcome. Good music Centennial Presbyterian i Church, Twenty -fourth and. Tsiccrtt avenues; Rev. Orlando B. Hart, minister Sermons by the pastor with special reference to tha New Tear; morning, "The First Bab-bath;" evening-. "God's Calendar:" Sab-Troth school, :4S a. m.; Junior Christian Endeavor, 4 p. m-l Senior Christian Endeavor, 6:10 p. m. : Bible study and prayer. Wednesday, 7:45 p. m.- Ummanuel Presbyterian Church, Forty-ninth street, two blocks east of Telegraph avenoe; H. C ' Blddla, Ph. D., pastor Morning, communion service; evening, "Th WW to B Happy;" special music at the ervenlnr service, including the vo cal duets "Take the World, But Give Me Jesu" (Trior), by Miss Neighbor and Dr, herd" (Smart), by tha Misses iilfoertaon and Neighbor; also a violin solo. "Noc- The music will be under the direction, of Albert Nottaare. Grace Presbyterian Owrroh. Btxty-' second, between Orove and Dover streets; Rev. R. R. .H arcun. pastor esarvicea sun ... lu,-,!.. 1 1 ..l.lr. Vaar Tor1! ur mon 8unda.y even In, 7:45 o'clock; Sunday school, mam. tor Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. ra.; morning, preaching by Dr. Mark Hods-son, followed by holy communion; evening subject, "Jesus, the Nation's Hope." Strangers are cordially invited. - -. M. E. Churches Centennial - M. K. Church, Ninth and Chester streets-Regular services Sunday at 11 a. ra. and 7:80 p. m.; the pastor. Rev. O. M. Richmond, will speak morning and evening; morning discourse will be "A New Perspective, ' and the evening, "What If Tou Should Die This Tear?" Sunday school at 9:46 a. m.; Epworth League at 8:30 p. m. First Methodist Episcopal Church, Fourteenth and Clay streets; George W. White, pastor The pastor will preach at 11 a. m., theme. "The Covenant-Keeping God;" communion service; 7:30 p. m:, "Fresh Beginnings," a New Tear's sermon. , .. ReV. Leslie M. Berwell of the First M. E. Church of Reno. Nevada, will preach at the Eighth avenue M. E. Church, corner Eighth avenue and East -evenieehth street, morning and evening. Episcopal , St. Andrew's Church, corner Twelfth and Magnolia; rector, P.v. O. St. John Scott; associate, .Rev. W..H. Ratcllffe Sunday school, 9:,4s a. m. ; holy communion and sermon, 11 a. m.; evensong and sermon,- "These Things of Jesus," 7:J0 p. m.; offertory, ' Ring Out. Wild Bells" (Gounod) . . Trinity Episcopal Church. Rev. Clifton Macon. rector Second Sunday after Christmas: Holy communion, 7:30 a. m.; Sunday sohool, 10 a. m.; litany, holy communion and sermon'' by the rector; sub ject, "New Life," at 11 a. m.; evening- prayer and sermon by tne rector , on "Faithful . Watchers." kt 7:46 p. m. Holy Innocents' Episcopal Chapel, Shat- tuck avenue, near Firty-nitn street: Rev, Prof. N. Saunders. vicar-r-Sunday school, 10 a. m.; morning prayer-and sermon by tne vicar at 11 a. m. M. E. ChurchrSouth' t i First Cfrorch. corner and Elm streets; Rev. C, Sunday Lecture Made Hall. Fourteenth and , Webster streets At ,4 p. re. Wilson Fritch will speak on "Pitching the Tune for the New year,"; followed by healing. All wei come, Advent Christian , i . Advent Christian Church, M. and N. L. MacFadyen, pastors Morning subject. "Holy Plans and - Purposes;" communion at close of service; preaching at 7:30 In the evening; Sunday school at 10 a. m.; Young People a meeting at e:ao p. m. Unitarian . VFirst TTnitarlan Church, corner Four teenth and Castro streets; . Rev. William Day Slmonds, minister Services, 11 a. m, and 7:45 p. nr.; morning sermon, "Life a Columbus Voyage to -Unknown " Lands;" evening lecture, "The Greatest Living American;" introductory address bja W. M. Burke of the Anti-Saloon League on the "Power of the Church;" Sunday school at 10 a m. ' ' MART One of the happiest announcements of of character delightful to? see In one so the week Is tnat of the engagement of Miss Anna May Mc Arthur, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John McArthur of Fruitvale, and Harold Dray Perry of Alameda. -, i Miss McArthur is an exceedingly attractive and cultured girl, being a gradu-atefof Queen's College, Kingston, Ontario, graduating under her uncle, Dr. Donald Ross. 5 She has not only exceeding personal charm of manner but has a poise Free Baptist First Free Baptist Church. 681 Twenty-first street; Rev. James S. Cato, pastor-Morning-, "Looking Out Into 1909 ;' evening, "The Sowerr' Sunday school, 12:15 p. m.; Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p, m. f - ' t. f United Brethren First United Brethren Church, "Thirty-fourth and Adeline streets; Rev. Marlon R Drury, D. D., pastor The sermon Sunday morning at 11 o'clock will be by "Rev. P. F. Phelps, superintendent of the Pacific Bible Institute; in the evening at 7:39 the sermon will be by Rev. J. E. Jader-aulst of the Christian Alliance Mission: Moore, paa-' the pastor. Dr. Druryj will be absent; - Af TMrtr-f mirth F?' y ' 4 4"5Q! HiawJak ! . I ...4 : A: it tr : t - ' "l : tr im- i f x. ' x ' 1 iiv : i . Z'L x$v A , ft I J: - "ir ' . f I preaching at the first anniversary of the 1 1 - v I United Brethren Church in Stockton. 1 ISfe?? V "rx 11 , Baptist : - !. fc L I 1111,? XXt i '- Wo- , & if If I Ui- jv,:ririi ' i I '.- . MRS. ADELAIDE W. TOURNEY, "7 ' . Soloist in Shattuck- A venue M. Ej Church. fa. . ; - ' 0 -O ! O DINNER TO COMPLIMENT MISS MORGAN AND ; SIGN0R DE GRASS! AN EVENING EVENT ''! MISS SHAFTER-f ; ENTERTAINS THIS EVENING IN HONOR OF AFFIANCED ' COUPLE 11 Lutheran First English Lutheran Church, Sixteenth and Grove streets; Rev. Oscar K. Graver, pastor Morning, "A New Tear Question;" evening, "The Bethany Message." . Athens-Avenue Norwegian Church, corner San Pablo avenue and Twenty-fifth street; Rev. M. A. Christensen, s pastor Morning, "The Strength and Beauty of Christian Service;" evening, Toung People's praise service. ' . First Church, Rev- Homer J. Vosburgh, pastor 11 a. m., 'The Master Motive for 1909;" 7:30 p; the pastor will preach the first of a series of evening sermons on the subject "After Death. What?" with subjects and dates as follows: January 3, "If a Man Die Shan He Live Again?" January 10. "The Final Judgment;'-' January 17, "Heaven, What It Is, Where It Is and Who Go " There?"; January 24, "Hell. What It Is. Where It Is and fWho Go There?"; January 31, "Between Death and Judgment Is the Soul in Paradise, in Purgatory or Asleep?"; February 7, "The Resurrection of the Body;? February 14, Lincoln centenary service j February 21, "The Hereafter of Children :" February 28, ."Shall We Know Each Other There?" Christ. Scientist First Chnrch of Christ, Scientist, Frank lin and Seventeenth streets Services Sunday, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.;- subject, "God;" Wednesday testimonial meeting. 8 p. m. s Oakland Fellowship i Benjamin Fay Mills will deliver an address on "The New Revelation" at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon at Pythian Castle, Twelfth and Alice streets. Mrs. Mills, by special request, will speak at 7:30 on "Why We Should Study Emerson." The work, of "The Clearing House for Sorrow" will be commenced on Monday. . . At the Sunday afternoon service Mr. Mills will give an explanation of its methods, espe- young.r ' , s . Perry is a young professional man, the eldest son of Mr. and; Mrs. George Henry Ferry, who are prominently Identified In professional and social circles in the bay cities and also in 'Sacramento. The announcement f was made On New Tear's Eve at a card and dancing party given by Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Monck at the artistic' home in East Fourteenth street. ! . The color scheme fbr the evening deco rations were of pink and green. In the living room, enchantress carnations com bined with huckleberry and lilies of the valley made a pleasing combination. From the electric chandelier hung a ball of pink crepe frOmf which hung pink and white ribbons. At-the conclusion of the card game-aettch guest drew a ribbon to which was attached a picture. To the. pink ribbons was attached a . picture , of Miss McArthur, the picture of Mr. Perry being on the white ribbons. After congratulations had been offered the guests repaired to the dining; room which was gay with the Christmas decorations of holly berries, i, grasses and huckleberry. ( After the enjoyment of the delicious menu dancing was indulged in until a late hour. . In the reception hall the decorations were of huckleberry and grasses. The New Tear was ushered in with much merriment, horns and bells making a noisy accompaniment: . ' Although no formal announcement has been made of date for the wedding, it will probably be a March event. About two dozen, friends assisted !n the. festivity of the evening. . 58 NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Klrtc. 428 East Seventeenth street entertained a party of friends New Tear's Eve. There was muslo. recitations and games. Among those present were: , Misses: Dollie Sumner were worn by those present. A, "dainty supper waa; served at midnight ' .( J J j NSW YEAR'S DANCE. A delightful evening was enjoyed in the barracks on Terba Buena Island last - " night.' Six hundred naval' recruits entertained as many pretty girls from Oakland and San Francisco at the eleventh annual ball. ! A The dance waa held In the main barracks. These balls are an established function on the Island, the affair ,of last evening ; excelling an previous occasions of a like nature, . jl -j ij PtEASANT OCCASION. V Mrs. J. B. Havre of 1436 Euclid avenue, ' Berkeley, has asked about, forty congenial friends to accept her hospitality this evening-, when 500 will furnish the diversion for the evening. " An elaborate suppef will; round out the evening's en- Icvment. The nrettv hillside home hs.s been attractively decorated for the oc casion with masses of : Christmas .ber ries and tha glossy huckleberry. INITIAL' MEETING. The Hin Club will hold Its first meet- I lng Monday, January 4, at the home Of Mrs. E. J. Boyes, 583 Oakland avenue, . PERSONALS. i' Miss Lena Woerner is visiting her sis ter, Mrs. J. Sub". Johnson of Visalia. Miss Mary Terryll of Oakland was the guest of Mrs. John Devine. in San Jose during the past week. V i 7 - : ' Alice Mould Loyce Howland Edna Parker Eva Williams Martha Smith Ehel Bartlett Harry Wakefield Dr. Kelly Walter Evans Dr. Mansfield Walter Kennedy Loring,' Williams Dr. Sutherland Robt Parker Ralph Wilson Minnie Sutherland-Ethel? Miller Nellie Ramage Elma Mansfield V NI MADMAN INTSJOPRW Enters Churth to Deliver Ser- . mon to Asserrfbled Congre- gation on 'The Devil," BDRXK, (Continued ' From Preceding.. Page.) ientavon Jones street! -on Tuesday, and Mrs. Joseph D. Grant, who Brave s handsomely appointed luncheon at the St. rrancls, here the Grants are located until their new, houssj now rapidly nearing" completion, is finished. 'Mrs. Grant., has been enter-tatnlnf; jreat deal since her re trim from abroad, v She Is a charming -woman, gay and vivacious, with quite the air of . a Parislenne. She wears h.ei. clothes " with French grace and abandon. ...... v ; . . t ' , Another hostess of tha week was Mr. WlUIam Tevls, who held the second: of ierles of luncheons which aha Ja. gfving at the Fairmont. At all these holiday , affairs Christmas decorations, . with holly and mistletoe and polnsettlas, have abounded. "Miss Leslie Page entertained a number of the debutantes, atluncheon QnTthg the week." "ilrs. Hammond entertained a num ber of her friends at luncheon at the 1wn and Country Club on Tuesday Miss Helena Irwin has sent out cards for a luncheon on Wednesday, January th, at which Miss Florence Hopkins,' the most feted debutante of the year, will be the guest of honor. . f - J J 1 '' - MRS. McEXERXETS MTJSICALE A DELIGHTFUL AFFAIR. . One of the delightful affairs of the week wti the muslcale given- on Wednesdayafternoon bs Mrs. Garret ,McEnerney, at' whlchhentertalned a dozen or so of her lntlflwete friends who are; fond ; of music The after noon's entertainment waa of a high order and the affair very greatly en Joyed. ' - '.' , ' 1 The program was opened by Miss J)e Guerre,' the charming and pretty young niece of Miss - Etta Warren. Miss De Guerre is - very' talented musically and has a delightful touch and a wonderful " masical memory. he opened the program with a Beethoven sonata and followed this with ! several well rendered selections from Schumann and 'Chopin. More will certainly be heard from " this jovng girl.' . ; j The vocal numbers of the afternoon 1 were rendered by Father Sesnon, who laanr In his usual rood ' voice "lit Rosary,", "Santa .Lucia," "Noel?,, and two and half-past, whereat "their rath- Skylark." He, like - , Miss De Guerre, . wai warmly encored. Miss Dlkeman sang a number of Schumann numbers and some French pastorals,-She played her own accompaniments. Father Sesnon-was accompanied by Miss Marie Georgianl, who also gave an Instrumental number. After the music guests and singers gathered In the dining room for a cup of tea. Among them were Miss Etta Warren, Mrs.; Thomas Eastland, , Mrs. Frank Deering,, Mrs. John prumr Mrs. Richard Bayne, Mrs. Harry Gray, Mrs. William Sesnon and Mrs. William Graham. " . The house, was charmingly, decorated with polnsettlas and ferns. . j j j - JTCMEROTTS DINNERS '"' - ' : DURING THE WEEK. i 1 A great many f dinners have been given this week?' Among the hostesses were Mrs. Alfred. Tubbs, who entertained at a bridge dinner on Tuesday evening; Mrs. Warren Clark, who en- tertalned at dinner followed by bridge, on Wednesday evening; Mrs. Robert J. Hooked, who entertained at dinner, followed ' by bridge, also on Wednesday evening. ' Mr. ; and Mrs. Hooker gave their dinner at the St. Francis, and their "guests were, Mr. and' Mrs. Sydney Cushing, Mr. and Mrs. Robert. J. Woods, Miss Laura Bates and Miss Jennie Hooker. 7 Mrs. Edgar Pelxotto entertained at dinner on, Saturday evening, after which her guests played bridge- Tuesday and Wednesday evenings a number of Juvenile dinners were given, after which the boy "and girl guests went' off to 'the various balls wrhlch were given for the young people at dally as related to the healing ministry to the sick. : , " . home for their Chri stmas holidays. Amoiyj those so -entertaining were Mr. and Mrs, I Robert , Wlnslow on Wednesday evening, the guests going afterward to . the Pomeroy dance which Mrs. Carter Pomeroy gave . for her young daughter Harriet. : . GA VED ANCE i ON NEW TEAR'S NIGnTi V The Pomeroy and Winslow dances were ' comparatively early affairs, but from the Boardman dance the youth- ful " roysterers did , not" return until J" ers were scandalized, while their mothers ', merely laughed. '; Mrs.. W. Mayo'Newhall gave a dance on New Year's night for her son Mayo, who returned from Phillips Exeter. Harry Crocker, only aon of the Henry Crock-ers, returned from the same school, to spend his Christmas holidays with hi family. The two sons of Mr. and Mrs. Wakefield Baker'and Frederick Beaver, Jr. who Is in school in Santa Barbara, are also at home1 for their holiday. . ' ' ' The Presidio dance on Wednesday evening and the Burlingame ncy dress ball oh New Tear's eve were the only dance of the week beside th for the Juveniles. The Presidio dance was well attended as always and "cry Jolly, while the Burlingame affair was, of course, very jsmarj, exclusive j and rather riotous, as fancy dress balls at Burlingame are apt to be. Every house in Burlingame was filled "with guests-oyer New Tear's, the ball belngvglven at the club. Among those who entertained were Mrs.Wal-ter Martin, who entertained, Mrs. Eleanor Martin; Miss .Jennie Crocker, who had as her guests the Misses Vir-ginia and Gertrude Jolllffe; .MrsWll-llam Geer Hitchcock, who entertained Mr. and Mrs. - John Drum; Mrs. Jos eph Oliver Tobln (Constance de Young), who entertained Miss Jeanne Gallois and 5 Gayle Andertonj and Mr. and Mrs. George Cameron, who - entertained Miss Kathleen and Charles de Young. " Miss Margaret Newhall was the guest of Mr, and Mrs. Laurence Scott, and the Misses Elizabeth and MarlorV Newhall were the guests of Miss Florence Hopkins,; ' -CARDS ARE OUT FOR JANUARY TEAS. , Cards are out for three : teas for January ninth. One Is to be given by Mr. and Mrs. C. rO. G. Miller to present their debutante daughter,' Miss Marian, another is to be giver "by Mrs. Joseph B. Casserly and Miss Casserly, and the third is at the Century Club, and is called a musical tea. At it the Twentieth Century Music ' Club, q,ulet for so long, will receive" Its friends and - Christian. Prultvala Christian Church. Fruitvale avenue and East Twenty-third .street. Rev. R. L. McHattod, pastor. Dr. vv. an. Burke wiu speak at 11 a. m. ana i-ie pastor at 7:30 , p. m. Sunday. . Sunday school 9:4b a. rru, junior, a p. m. j-nrioi-ian Endeavor, S0 .p. - m. United Presbyterian; First United Presbyterian Church, cor ner of Castro and Eighteenth streets. Rev. Paul Stewart, pastor. Morning ser vice . 11 o'clock. Reception or members and celebration of the Lord s bupper. Evenlnsr service 7:45. The - pastor will preach. .All are cordially invited to attend, all of these services. Spiritual. jsirst Spiritual Church, Athens avenue, near San Pablo avenue, . Sunday at 7:45 p. m. tne pastor, Mrs. Luciie Kenwortney, will lecture. Messages wiu oe given Dy Dr. Cecilia Gustaf of Stockholm, Sweden, and Mrs. J. N. i Parsonsi and Mrs. A. Smith. Musical and vocal program by the, quartet. All welcome. WILL EXPLORE ARCTIC WITH DOG AS ONLY: NEW TORK. Jan. 2. Harry D. Radford, a sportsman and writer on natural hlatory and outdoor subjects, sanouhces that he will leave here during this month to explore the Arctic regions alone. From Edmonton, Alberta, he intends to continue . his Joui-ney on snowshoes and by means of a sled with only a dog as, a companion.! In this way, -he says, he 1 hopes to travel 6,000 miles and to take three years in doing it. He has never visited these regions before; nnd doubtless will meet with great obstacles, but he feels confident of overcoming them. Radford will collect ecological specimens and procure .data concerning the fauna.' ' ; ' . - SHOT THREE TIMES AS HE WELCOMED-NEW YEAR CHICAGO, Jan. J. Pietro Cevoclo is suffering from a bullet in his right thigh, another in his right hand, and' a third Just above his right knee, but he is cheerful. He received his wounds on a cheerful occasion. , They came; with the New Year, when he emerged frim. his home at midnight to run into a cele bratlon. The three bullets struck him before he had time to dodge : back into the house. -' ' - . - "I don't know who fired the- shots," said Cevocio, frOm. his bed of pain, "but I don't think, they meant' to hit me, They were. Just celebrating. OF HORSE THIEVES tRAPPED 1 - ' Operated m Santa Maria Valley and Were . Caught Kear fSan Diego, LOS ANGELES, Jan. 2. Six Mexi can horse thieves, manacled, will , be started north from San Diego as soon as possible. Three are to be dropped at Santa Ana and three are to come to the Los AngeJes county jail. They are the members of a gang-that in three weeks has stolen the pick of the horseflesh between Santa Barbara and San 'Diego and were Just preparing to cross the border with eight stolen horses when the San Diego officers caught then& ",.'; i . - s - , - - ' Representatives of the sheriffs' offices of Los Jhgeles and Santa Barbara counties arrived in San Diego yester day to get - the gang. Eight valuable horses have been ; recovered. Two of the horses -were stolen near Santa Barbara - and six from the ranch of J. L. Vignes near Long Beach. Several of the horses" are valued at 1300 and others at from $100 to $250. . The men arrested are: M. Marcos, Jose Marlnez, Anastaclo Su'rfe, Jose Quezda5Juan Fernandez and Frank Mandez. . HOPKINSVILLE, Ky., ' Jan. 2 After a long eonferencer)f representatives of the Imperial Tobacco Company, the in dependent buyers and the Planters' Pro tective Association, terms yesterday were agreed upon which will result in the sale of 13.000.0W) pounds of - dark- tobacco- old-members. . ,,. THE aOSDDTZKRv. M0RAL--D0NT TALK TO THE MOTOR MAN CHICAGO, Jan. 2. John Xarson, is suf fering from bruises lnfuctea py tne con troller handle of a street car. According td the police he attempted to talk with the motorman who requested him to keep Quiet, and then struck him on the head.-' . : : : ' . CHICAGO SKYSCRAPERS i ; DAMAGED BY EXPLOSION : CHICAGO, Jan. 2. A gsrs explosion in the Tom Jones -Restaurant downtown yesterday did ,.$150,000 - damage. . . Two skyscrapers near the wrecked' building were ' damaged sUghtlr -; Mr. and Mrs. i J. W. Aldrich Mr. and Mrs. Ben Edwards Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Spellman Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cunard . Mrs.' Moiilri . Dr. Geo. McLaugh- Mr. and Mrs. nn oi san Jraa- J. H. Cunard Cisco 'Mr. and Mrs. . Jack Kirk s je jt NEW YEAR'S FROLIC. 'V Miss Mary Shatter will entertain ) a coterie of congenial friends this evening at her Piedmont home. The affair is to be given in compliment to Miss Muriel Kelley and her fiance, Frank Doremus. Bridge will be the diversion for tha evening, after whicha daintily appointed supper will be- served. About two dozen friends- have been included in the evening's j invitations and several surprises will be given, suggestive of Jhe season. Holiday emblems will be used for-the decorations. - HOME WEDDING. . Miss Edith M. Wright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wright, and Charles E. Oliver were married on Thursday eve ning at the home of the bride's parents-at B711 McCall street, the Rev. Levi Gregory of the Friends Church officiating. The ceremony was witnessed by a number of intimate friends of the young couple. After an informal, reception. music, singing and recitations made a pleasant evening's program. A dainty sypper rounded' out the evening's pleasure. PHENOMENAL SUCCESS. The many friends of Miss Una Fair-weather will be pleased to hear of the phenomenal success she is meeting with her singing ' in the large eastern cities. She has just completed an engagement in Boston, where she met the' prominent musicians, receiving favorable comment from the best critics. Arthur Foots, composer and musician, was so pleased with her voice that he presented, her autographed copies of all of his songs. MASQUERADE BALL. ' A pretty affair was given on Tuesday' evening at the home of Miss Kath-erlne Searles when she entertained forty of her young friends at a fancy dress party. . - ' - The pretty little hostess received her gnests at the door, dressed as a dainty French maid. Dancing- was enjoyed un til a late hour. Many attractive and' original costumes SPOKANE, Wash. Jan. 2. Stark naked and raving mad. Frank Mays, a strapping laborer; twenty-six years old, attempted to mount the' pulpit in the Billy Sunday Tabernacle about 6 o'clock last night to deliver an " exhortation to the assembled early comers , on "The Devi!.'! ' ' . j. j - ' '; !i' '"-"' fights Like Tiger : V . The ms.ri was prevented from' carrying out! his purpose by Special Officer Philips, and by' several lishers, with whom he fought like a tiger;, prapped in a blanket, the insane man Was taken '. to the city . jail, bound hand and foot. , . . , At the station", Mays declared He had' disrobed to prove tjhat he was an angel irum uua. cjhii i manauicu, iiiq luuuiei was locked uj In p. strong cell. Thinks He Is Devil He squirmed out; of the blanket end fcean to shout that ' he was the devil come to put Billy Sunday out . of business. He varied these statements by singing hymns. X -j ' Before making his spectacular attempt to enter the pulpit, Mays went into ay waiting room, wfcere he disrobed. He I was half way to the pulpit when he was I discovered by the j special officer. 'His herculean strength, jenabied him to fight - Yift rantnr fnr wvpral Tnlnntes before he was overcome and bound. ' j A COON'S: HONEYMOON a The excellent offerings in musical com edy which have been made in the past few weeks at the Columbia Theater, have that cozv Tenth street playhouse. 'ivtJ dications are that all records for attendance will be proken this week. The show. A coon's Honeymoon." is a mixtura or fun and singing that will please anyone. . The Creole singing j and dancing chorus. tho many runny ; comedians, tne nign--class vocalists and I the Diamond Cluster-Band and Orchestra make a combination that would 1 be a credit to a much nigner priced show. I " Prices, 10c ana ssoc. matinees v en-needav, Saturday and Sunday. This week; special New Year's matinee Friday afternoon. I . ' l'- Many little lives j have been saved by , Foley's " Honey and Tar, for - coughs, ; colds, croup and whooping cough. -.It is the only sate remedy for infants and children as it contains no opiates or othr narcotic drugs, and children like Foley's Honey and Tar. Careful mothers keap a bottle ir. the house. Refuse substitutes. Sold jy All Druggists. NEW CLAREM0NT CHAPEL IS READY FOR OPENING- BERKELEY, Jan. 1. The new Clare-mont chapel of the Episcopal denomination, at the corner! of Russell street and Claremont boulevard, wiltvbe opened for-. service, next Sunday. It is situated Just-at the entrance to the' grounds of the . new Claremont Hotel. vi 'Mm- c" 1 a Ik OLDlST IN YEARS HIGHEST IN HONORS I MOST WIDELY USED 9 A good housekeeper says: "All the early years of my hfe were spent in the tropics of India; and in the many English and American homes with which I was farniliar Baker's Cocoa was almosl universally used. Since coming to this country I have experimented with other makes, but have nwr tV,m all aside for Baker's which seems so much more a- w acceptable" Walter Baker & GpLi DorcHester, Mass.

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