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Saturday evening. OAKLAND TRIBUNE JUL 6 4 '4- ) mi mi d ay TO GREET PASTOR AT BIG-RECEPTION United Brethren Church Plans to Receive New Clergyman at Services Tomorrow. The new pastor of the United Brethren Church, Thirty-fourth and Adeline streets. Lev. II. h. Haller, will occupy the pulpit morning and evrnlns tomorrow. His morning subject wil! be "Th Groat Riches of Christ": evening subject. "The . Poverty of Christ." Sunday School at 9:45 in the morning: and Christian Endeavor meeting in the evening at 7 o'clock. Monday evening a' double re-ceptlon-wlirbe given to the new pastor. Mr. -nailer.'- and his family, and to the former rastor andhis wife, Dr. and Mrs. Prury. who are to leave the following' day .for. their new , home at Philomath. Oregon. ST. MARY'S. At the 11 rfU m. high mass at St. Mary's, Seventh and Jefferson, the Oakland Qon-'servatory of Music choir, urfder the direction of Prof. Adolf Gregory, will render Haydn's Imperial mass in I. At the offertory Miss Stella Sjoberg will sing Mari-j aril's Ave Maria jn B-flat. Soloists of the mass will be Miss? Gina Wilkie, soprano; Miss. Marie Spulljer. contralto; Louis J. Spuller, . tenor; anid John P. Fleberling, bass. Mrs. Adolph Gregory will preside at the organ. In. the evening at .' 7:45 there will be stations of the Cross offered for the deceased members of the parish during which the following "numbers will be. rendered by the choir: Stabat Mater. Adblph Gregory; rejections from Spohr's Last Judgment; Panis Ange.licus. iOuld; O Vos Omnps, Felice Anerioi After the sermon. there will be solemn benediction of the Biassed Sacrament, the music at which will be Spohr's Salutaris in C and Gluck's Tantum ergo in E flat. ' CAMP MEETING. There Is a good and growing camp meeting - now in progress on the Betilah Park camp grounds in East Oak-i land. Mrs. Eilyson. wife of the general superintendent, preached a very helpful sermon Tuesday morning, and will speak Thursday at 2:30 p. m. Eyangelist Bud Robinson will preach Thursday night at 7:30. Dr.' Eilyson will give a. sermon on the neglected pulpit themes ofVthe day. Rev. Fierce of Oklahoma is doing good work. ANNUAL' CONVENTION. The annual convention and camp meeting of the Christian and Missionary Alliance will open at Beulah Park, East Oakland, next Wednesday evening. After Wednesdav.. the daily program will be as follows: Bible study, 9 a. m.; preaching, 10:30 a. m.; children's meeting, 1:30 p. m.; missionary addresses and preaching, 2:20 j P m.; Young People's meeting, 6:30 p. m.; j yangelistic service, 7:30 p. m. The prin- j ipal speakers will be Rev. W. A. Ward, e sipai speaKers vsiu oe t-v. v . -v.. vnu, IX O. or Birmlngnam. Aiaoama, .e. o. X.: Eldridge erf Pasadena, Rev. G. W. Davis of Los Angeles. Rev. Chas. M. Polk . of. Ecuador. South America. Miss Mary F. Farmenter of China and Miss Hattie . E.. 'O'Donnell- of India. .. The program wiy be as follows: 6:00 a..i m.. prayer meeting; 9:00 a. m.. Bible ; s-tudy; 10:30 a. m., preaching; 1:30 p. m. Clhildren's meeting; 2:30 p. m.,. preaching and missionary addresses; 6:30 p. m. Young People's meeting; 7:30 p. m., evan gelistic service. .Regular meetings ot Tne inrisiian aim Missionary Alliance of Oaklaml -at Twenty-first street, near San Pablo avenue. Sundays, 11 a. m.. 7:30 p. m. Bible classes Tuesday and Friday, 8 p. m. . - CONGREGATION AL. First Congregational Church". Twelfth ana day streets; unarics u. Tor .viornm sut'tfL i. a w . jniiiimi.to -i. Life"; evening subject, "Hard Tasks! First.' .Fourth Congregational Church, corner Grove and Thirty-sixth streets; Rev. 'Frederick H- Maar, pastor Morning, "A "'Questioning Confession." Evening: Sermon illustrated with stereopticon. Sunday School at 9:15 a.! m. Fruitale Congregational Church. Fruit-"vale avenue and E. Eixteenth street; R.ev. IT-urton'M? Palmer, pastor 11:00 a. m.. "The Worship of God." 7:45 p. m., "W.lien j 'Matthew Made a Feast." .! : .Market Street Congregational Church, j Griffith Griffiths,- pastor "Morning sub- r ject, "Men as Trees Walking." j EPISCOPAL. : St. Paul's Church.: Grand avenue and Wei.stfr street;' Rev. Alexander Allen, rector; Rev. R. Franklin Hart, curate a. m.. Holy Communion; !t:45 a. nr. Sunday School; 11 a. m.. morning prayer with sermon; p. ni., Vespers with ad- rires ' Chnnel of the Good Samaritan Vinih and Oak streets: Rev. Alexander Al'.eri. rector; liev." II. . , Franklin Hart, vicar 1.1 a. .m., morning 'prayer p. ni.. Sunday 'School ; 7 and 30 p. sermon-' 2:21 rh., evensong: with address. -' St. . Andrew's- Church CKpiacopaD.-'i Twelfth and Magnolia streets. Rev. O. stl John Scott, rector Fnnday School, 9:45 i. m., uecmr s mi'io cia?s, jn a. m.-: ' mnrninir Tiraver anil pormon "i!nn!:l Sons," 1 V a. m.: evening prayer anil sor- mpn. "The. Four Thousand." 7:45 p. m. .Offertory antheni),' "Jesus, Meek and ; -?ni:o. .Am. . rose. : Trinitv Church. Tr-leo-rnrh yiT-irl Tu-pntrj ' Makes the Weak Strong There is no need to continue in a weak, run-down, debilitat ed condition when Hostetter's Stomach Bitters has conclus ively proven us anility to build t'ou up and make vou strong1 again. It acts directly on the. digestive system, regulates the appetite, prevents In- I digestion, Cramps, Diarrhoea j or other after-eating distress. Try a bottle today. Insist on having nOSTETTER' CELEBI1ATED STOMACH BITTER ten 1 M- in 1 1 A ii oimc J" , ,S&S s 5 4 s-xs- -v ft 1 9 -J 1 ; MRS. A. W. SMITH, organist and choir director of the Emanuel Presbyterian Church cf this city. Arro-Smith. mot-..- ninth streets; Rev. Clifton Macon, rector Rev. F. Augustus Martyr, rurato Mdrn-Ing subject, "The Power of the Iyird." Evening subject. "Citizens of Another World." Holy - Comnfunion, 7:30 a. jm.: Sunday School. 10 a. m.; mornin.g prayer and sermon, 11 a. m.; evening prayer land sermon, 7:45 p. m. Holy Innocents' Chapel, between Ffty-fourth and Fifty-fifth. Shattuc avehuo; Rev. F. Augustus Martyr, vicar Morning subject, "Citizens of Another Wojld." Sunday School. 10 a. m.; morning priayer and sermon. It a. m. j St. Jofhn's Church, Eighth and Cjrove streets; Rev. Edgar-F. Gee, rector jHoly Communion, 7:io a.m.: morning' prjiyer, 10:00 a. m.; choral encharist and sermon, 11 a. m. ; choral evensong and sermon. 7:30 p. m. " The rector will officiate t all services. ' BAPTIST. R(?v Dr Homer J. Vosl.urgh. pastor of the Fjt Baptist Church of this 'cityj. who has bcen touring the Kastern cititjs for has bcen t0uring the Kastern citit the past two months, will return ; tf, this cSty in tne early part of August, when life wm assume his pastoral duties. Inuring hi- travels he nreached a. number dt ser- ! mons and delivered the " commencement address at Colgate University, his! alma i ti- ir x-icitorl all thn larco Th cTfrn I cities and promises to give a seifies of i St. Paul's English Lutheran, Thirty-very interesting sermons on his observa- i second and Linden street: S. B. Husteadt j tions upon his return to this city, J h? holds a high plaee in the min where j sterhO-i i 1 and civic affairs. P-Irst Rmtkt r-HT-,.)-J Tn-n T.1-, an& Twenty-first street; pastor Preaching by Rev. Thomas A. Boyer, visiting pastor of the First! Chris- : tian Church. Mornins . t i the Seven Gables." Evening, "The Re- Union Youn People's ser - j v(fes at 6:30 p ni. . oruiu iipust l nurcn.i Tenth and Magnolia stfeets; Carl son. pastor Morning subject, "Tl Re la - j lysieal i i tions Between the Spiritual and Kocly." Evening. Sunday School Mission ary service. Morning services at Evening services at 7:30 p. m. ; School at vJ":45 a. m. ;fB. Y. P. U 11 a. m. Sunday! at 6:13 i I), in.; prayer services Wednesday at o clock. '; Calvary Baptist Church. West near Twelfth 'street Rev. J:iy pastor-r-9: 13 a. m., fiible ' School; street, Pruuen. 11:00 a. m., semndh, 'Living; Saints"; 3:30 P- m., street services; 6:30 j. m.. Your. reople; ' .p. m.. sermon, ! "Seeking tl-. Lost." Wedn.-sday, 7:30 p. ;m., prayer W.ietin.g; Thursday, 2:30 p. m., Ladies' Saturday, July 16. congrcgat pieeting. and Sunday School of Calvary Laptistj Church go for picnic '.at East ' Shore Park Llmhurst ITaptist Church. Ti edmen's TTa!i; James S. C'atn. pastor Morning, ; ! 11 a- nl - Sunday School: evenirj ! preaching services, subject, f'Thd ' 7 : 15. Flower sf 'l'W'O Worlds." Melrose Baptist Church, Francis M. Archer. l.. !., pastor Morning subject - eculiar I'eople." i Evening subject. "Funny Tolks." j i he Melrose IJaptist Church recently ''-'l. a v ry interesting roll call serv i' when a dinner was served .by. .tljie ladies -of the cliurch and .in .address delivered .-Lhy Rev. CM. Hill of the Berkeley Theo logical Seminary. A liberal offering for ' tho payment" of the - church, d given. Rev. M. Slaughter of 1 . led the service. bt was 'prterviile METHODIST EPISCOPAL I" T i First Methodist Kpiscnpal Church. Four I teenth and'CIav streets; ioo. Y White, pastor: A)"m. C. Foole. assistant pastor ; Ko.v. Wm. sermon, 1 1 C. Po'jle will 'preac-h. Morning a m., 1 lie 2,zn irnitfrence of iJivine Grace ; Evening sermon 7:30 "The L.i Pleading of I Shattuci .Avenue Methodist S-piscopal Church, chrner of Shatturk av nue and Sixty-third streets; W. W. Casie. D. It. ; pastor Subject frr' tomorrow t "Mountain-top Experiences." subject, 'The Hurry of Hell." i tor has returned from his sum morning. Evening The pas- tner vaea- i tion, anil regular services will be resumed . tomorrow-morning. t j M. E. Churc h, Soutlp. First Church,' corner of Thii ty-fourth and Eln streets; 'Rev C. P. Moore, pastor Services-i-at II ; a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Morning service. R.V M. Hori of- Osaka. Japan Ev""ning subject. "Christ's Id wlill preach. Church." - Sunday School. 9:45 a. m.r Junior Epworth I League, 3 p. m.; Senior Spwortih League , 6:30 p. m. j Melrose Methodist Episeopail -Church, ; eorner Fifty-third and Wentwiorth aT-. nues. J. O. Duncan, pastor Mojrning sub-Jrct. "What Do You Hear?'? Evening i subject, "How Ja . Christian Spells Success." Sunday School at 9:43 fi. in. Centennial Methodist Churlch; Xinth 'and Chester streets; Alfred J. Case. Pli. D.. .pastor Morning subject!" "Going Fislting-'V Evening subject. "Old Testa -! mertt Heroes and Heroines Heroes'of the I-egiMiing.". This srvicf wjll be ' 'the first of asTics of. illustrated sermons I on the heroes and heroines ol the Bible. They, will be illustrated by th( best slides j obtainable and qlso by stereopticon re-i productions of the greatest ! paintings. l o In v v v: depicting Old .Testament life-and charac-tcr. Norwegian -Danish M. E. Church, Twelfth between San Pablo and Telegraph avenues; Frank A. Scar-vie, pastor Morning, no services: Camp meeting at I.eona Heights. Evening subject. '"Places Still Open at the Banquet." Evening services in English. Young people's social meeting Thursday at S p. m. No other services during the week on account of the camp meetings .held at Leona Heights, i E!ght. Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, corner Eighth avenue and East Seventeenth street. East Oakland: Rev. L. L. Loofbourow, " pastor During the month of July the , pastor. Rev. Mr. Loof-bourow will be absent. The pulpit will be occupied this -Sunday and the remaining Sundays of July by Dr. .Francis Kurgette Short, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal Chiirt h of Salt Iake. Morning subject, "Christian Aristocracy"; evening subject, "The God-directed Life," LUTHERAN. First English Lutheran" Church, Sixteenth and Grove streets; Rev. E. G. Lund, I).: L., paster Morning subject, "A Divino'Remedy." Evening subject ."Why Could Kot We Cast Him Out?" Services at 11 mi and S n m. Sunday School at ?-4a r m . pastor hunuay s 11 a- " Athens Avenue chool 10 a. , m. ; service orjyegi. """rl ' and TweiTfs--fifth Christensen, .pastor 'The Straight and the Gate.' Ladies' Aid will meet I August .-4th in the parsonage. Our Savior's Danish Lutheran Church. ; ...-..t i iurriuu tiiett aim p.econa avenue; i M. X. Andreasen. nasto-r Services at n nu Sunday School at 6 People's Society Thurs- oclotk; oun( "J I," (lay b p. m. c Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church! corner corncr East Fifteenth street and Seven-John- I ',,, . ,T an.-ijut, ni'v. i-i. nuserput torn-ing service at 10:30 a. m.,- also Holy Communion; Rev. R. Kaiser of Oxnard,. Cal., "t,.v lv .pu. , . UNITED PRESBYTERIAN. First United Proshvterlnn Plmrch rr. 8 I ner Cast 6 and Eighteenth - street : Rev. j Paul Stewart, pastor Regular services Sabbath morning and evening. The pas- ! to" preach. , liev. IVpuI Stewart, pastor of the First j ;n'tod 1 resbyterian Church, . corner of . i L-igiiteentn and Castro streets, returned from an extended Eastern trip Fridav morning. . Mr. Stewart w as a deligate-to the General Assembly, which met in Tiiiladolnhia. He travplwl u-ith Robert and visited New York- H.tnn j and , the Middle Eastern cities. After i an absence of nine wool's he takas no I tlie work in his pulpit tomorrow morninr. PRESBYTERIAN. Brooklyn Presbyterian Church. Twelfth avenue and Fast Fifteenth street; Rev. H. II. Sanborn. pastor-Dr. Hugh 11c-Xinch will preach at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday, July 17th. Missionary meeting "Wednesday evening, July 20th. At the First P'resbyterian Church Rev. Edwin F. Ilalienbcck, I). IX, of San IMego will preach at both morning and evening . services. 11 a. m. subject, "Rlunt Tools." 7:30 p. m. subject, "Another Chance.".. Bible schools. main school, at 9:4j a. m. Telegraph Avenue i cnooi at J:lj p. m., and Chinese School i at 6:15 p. m. Christian Endeavor meet ing at 6:15 p. m. A large men's Bible Class is being organized and will meet j at the close of the morning service for rt snort session, and. is open to all men. The prayer and conference meeting is held on Wednesday evening at 7:45. Leader this week is- Miss K. E. Laird of Arizona. Subject, ".Our Educational Work for the American Indian." Emmanuel Presbyterian- Church, Forty-ninth street; Rev. Alfred E. Street, pastor Morning subject. "Man's Greatest Need." Evening subject, "Jesus. the Can Without a Human Father." Fourth sermon of a series on tlie life of Jesus Christ. Bible School at 9:45; Christian Endeavor C:30; Teacher Training Class Tuesday S p. in.; prayefiieeting Wednes- uay, . :-Jj p, m. An address on China will be given by the pastor at 11 a. m. Sunday. July 24th. He will wear his native Chinese dress. CHRISTIAN. Firt Christian, meeting with the First Baptist Church at the corner of Telegraph avenue and Twenty-first street; Rev. Thomas A. Boyer, pastor Morning. "The House of the Seven Gables"; evening. "The Redigging of the Wells." Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Union Young People's services at 6:30 p. m. Fruitvale Christian Church. Fruitvale avenue and East Twenty-third street; R. P,. Mclijtton. pastor Sunday services at 11 a. m". and 7:45 p. rn. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Christian Endeavor at 0:45 p.' m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. First Church of Christ, Scientist, Seventeenth and Franklin streets Sunday, services a- 11 a. m. and S p. m.; subject, "Life.",: Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.: Wednesday evening meeting at S o'clock. Free reading room in the church edifice, open from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. . Second Church of Christ. -icjnti. . the 'A "Brief Sermdini for Bosy Readers THE FATHERHOOD OF GOD "Our Father who art in Heaven." Mat. 6-9. ' ' . The Father of the Bible is a fferfect Father, satisfying our every need. Among all' the loves and intimacies of earth there is, none that fills out the. full measure of our longing. We are made so great in capacity that behind the most perfect marriage, beyond the most harmonious friendship, deep in the realms of inexpressible space in ouf hearts there is a great void Though one possess the whple world of Tyealth, have every faculty of mind and every human ktiee is bent in honor before him, stiJl there Is no true satisfaction, only unrest and distress. Father is not with Him. The space within us provided for God's dwelling is larger, than that set apart for all things else. When we have filled the rooms in our heart provided for wealth. friend3, achievements, it is only to discover that these rooms axe so small that they can hardly be seen by the side of the vast space- still left vacant. - i SERVE AS F.UXT GLOW. Alter we have' piled up all that canbe gathered of truth, beliefs, good works, ceremonies, religion, even great experiences and marvellous revelations:L all these serve only as a faint glow in the darkness to Ahrei E. Street. 3imly reveal how vast is the remaining region of 'emptiness. That place is made for God, and He only can fill it. We determine to know all about God. We pore over every shade -of belief and form of philosophy. Every science ik searched to think his thoughts after Him. Mysteries are traced out and occult 'ways are trodden after the tradition of Jhe ancients. Messages ..from the- dead-' are listened to. Strange powers of sight and" "hearing are cultivated, new forms of activity searched out, but ever abides .that achjng void. We have wrought mightily and have permitted men and angels to work mightilyupon us; we have listened to every voice in our. universe ., except one- that, is Father's voice. ' j -i. KXOCKIXC! AT THE I)OOH. i At the door He stands knocking, knocking Lso lovingly and patiently, a true Father, "Son, open and let me in.' The doer; is locked and ; barred. The bars and the key are on your side and you only can open. 'If I should break the door down that would be to. destroy your very lWe. ' Let Me in to sup with you. With Me is tlie glory of heaven, perfect peace and rest, love; joy and gladness. I have made that room of yours to be., My own temple. Let Me in', that I may :o fill .it with all perfection and purity that no evil can enter. Let Me , come in and tnfarge: you, build you up until you .can sit with Me on my throne." That 1s always the Father, satisfied with nothing less than His ideals. Cut the disobedient, contrary son is cuily a partial being, half, formed, distorted, j feverish ami anxious, turning every way for relief from that pressing- ache. Sin-sick, world-sfck, heart-sick, -weary and hea'y without hope, making . brave pretense ori the outside with laughter and jokes, always a-fter excitement, shows, j;ames, novels, anything but to stop 'and. think all because there is ho life in him, only darkness in the great space made to be filled with light. VOICE Or ENTREATY, We hearken to the Father's voice of entreaty, reluctantly take downjhq, bars, slowly open the door, and are horror-stricken as the light of His purity shines in and reveals the foulness that has gathered ir? that undisturbed darkness. God cannot enter such a place as that. Wc can only cry out for mercy, confessing our fault, ask His. forgiveness and accept the blood of Jesus to cleanse away every offense, then Father. enters His own place. - Clean and satisfied! What a relief: ' Xo more emptiness! The joy 'of it! God and mankind, angels and principalities, all the universe are welcome to gaze upon all that is within, for nothing is left to be ashamed of. All eagerness pow to press on to the most sacred spot in heaven. Under that precious, cleansir.gT blood We cam boldly enter the Holy of Holies and stand before the throne o-f the Majesty on High. "X6 Condemnation!" The Spirit of the Father is within- and now the complete, happy son, full of the life, nature and glory of the Father, goes on from glory to glory until his very trody is transformed into the likeness of the glorious body of Christ that ascended from earth to heaven. j - i Pastor Emmanuel Presbytei Thirteenth street. betwVen Broadway and Franklin street Sunday service at 11 a. m. : subject. "l ife." Sunday School at i:30 a. m.; Wednesday evening testi - -.nonial meeting at S o'clock. Free read- ng room at l'j Bacon building, open daily nt 10 a. in. to p. m. ana to p. m. txcopting Sunday and - Yv'ednes Jay evenings, j Third Church of Christ. Scientist Fruit-' ale Masonic Temple, East Fourteenth street and Thirty-fourth avenue-Sunday se-rvlce at 11 a. m.; subject "Life." Sunday School at ! :30. a. m. Wednesday testimonial meeting at & p. m. . Free reading room jt 3222 East Four teenth-street, open from 2 to 4:30 p. m. ; also Saturdays from 7 to 9 p. m. Christian Science Society of Elmhurst Regular "services in I. O. O. F. hall. East Fourteenth street and Orchard .avenue, Sunda.fRt 11 a. m. ; subject, "Life." Sunday School -at 9:C0 a. m. ; testimonial meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m. .CHURCH OF PIEDMONT. J The Church of Piedmont will hold, its services in Mowbray hall. Vista avenue near Piedmont Park Sunday services at 11 a. m. Baker. Sermon by the Rev. IE. E. MISSIONARY ALLIANCE. Christian and Missionary Alliance, 681 Twenty-first street, near " San" Pablo avenue; J. E. Jaderquist, pastor Sunday School 10 a. m. ; preaching at Ilia. m. and 7:30 p. m.; young people's meeting at 6:30 p. m. LATTER DAY SAINTS, f Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Pay Saints, Magnolia and Sixteenth streets Sunday School at 9:45; religio, 6:30 p. m.; preaching morniftg and evening by the pastor, J. M. Terry. THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Hamilton Hall building. Thirteenth and Jefferson streets. Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. Lecture by Br. Mary.C. Plumb subject, "Why Is the Warld Changing? MISCELLANEOUS. Pivin Science services will b held at A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE. . Not only Is Mother's Trlend a safe and simple. remedy, hut the comfort and healthful condition its use produces makes it of inestimable value to every expecta.nt mother. Mother's Friend relieves the pain and discomfort caused by the strain on the different ligaments, overcomes nausea by counteraction, prevents backache and numbness of ljmbs, soothes the inflammation of the breast glrjids, and in every way aids 5npreserving the health and comfort of prospective mothers. j Mother's Friend is a liniment for external massage, -which by lubricating and I expanding the different muscles and membranes, thoroughly prepares the system j for baby's coming without danger to the mother. Mother's Friend is-sold at drug stores. Write for our free hock for expectant mothers. J THE BRADFIELD CO.. ATLANTA. CAm PttJiJpits and body developed to its full Jhurchi Oakland, Cal. , the rest -reading rooms and lwme, 719 ; Fourteenth street, Sunday at IX a. m. Addre ss by Mrs? Helen C. Celose. j At the -Trinity Spiritual C'uurch in j Woodman's hail, 521 Twelfth street, Oak- j land, tomorrow at S p. hi. Rqv. Katie iicussmann-Harveston will deliver an it . pirational sermon; subject, "Spiritual Gifts fTheir Bscs and Abuses." Speaker will Sing "The lljily City." ' Bible fetudent Spiritual Church, Mrs. Florciic' C. Heckrhan pastor, will meet in Rice Institute, Seventeenth and San Pablo,' -Sunday at S tv m. Eveninsr sub- j ject, "Am 1 My Brother's Keeper?" Mrs. -Marshall Band antl Mrs. Lora A. Wells speakers. Messages 6:30' to 7:30 o'clock. Spiritual Harmonial Church, Woodman ha'.l. 021 - Twelfth street Sunday conferences and messages 10 a. . m. and at 2:30 p. m. Lecture on "Easy Living," followed by psychic demonstrations by the pastor. Mrs. A. R. McMillen. - First Spiritual Church of Oakland, 819 Athens avenue, holds meeting ' Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. , Lecture and messages. Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock, test meeting. Second Spiritual Church of Oakland-Sunday-," services in Loring hall, 531 Eleventh street, at 2 p. m. Lecture, by Or. R. A. Stitt. Messages by Mrs. Place. Mrs. Loewen and Br. Stitt. At 8 p. m. a lecture will be given-by the pastor, Mrs Fannie M. Place. Messages by Mrs. Loewen, Mrs. Smith, Dr. Stitt and F. M. Place. " International Bible Students' ' Association classes Meetings In Lincoln hall, 407 Thirteenth street, next Sunday at 1, 2 and 4 TVclock p. m. Some interesting features of -the divine plan of the ages will be presented In connection with restitution blessing promised mankind during world's i judgment day, as set forth in Scripture. These meetings are non-sectarian. 3 MEN KILLED; 7 INJURED. MEN'A, Ark, July 16. Three men were killed ar.d seven injured when Webb's sawmill, .25 miles southeast of here, was completely destroyed in a boiler explosion at noon todav. . For Bilious , '. ' J ' ; " ' '" V -'. : "'." ' Here is help for you. Your bilious attacks may be both prevented and relieved,-but prevention is better than cure. . The means are at your hand, j When a dull headache, furred tongue, yellow cast to the eyes, inactive bowels,' dizziness,' or .a sick-stomachy warn you "of a comin g bilious attack, resort at" once to illMil'S MUM which act almost instantly on the liver and bowels, and quickly regulate the flow of bile. A feAy doses of Beecham's Pills will correct the stomach,, put the blood in order, relieve hea9ache and tone the entire' system. For over sixty years, on land and Sea, Beecham's Pills, by their safe and thorough action on the stomach, bile and bowels, have maintained their world-wide reputation as Q The Best Bile Medicine Boxes 10c and 25c, with full directions. PATTEN CLEARS -'ANOTHER FORTUNE Wheat King's Eagle Eye See; Damage Done to Wheat by-Drought. XFVf YORK. July 18. James A. Patten, tlo wheat and cotton operator who has b(jen ."indicted by the federal grand jury for his operations on the bull side of cotton, is understood to have made profits ranging, from $1,000,000 to $3,000,-000 within; the last week in wheat. . ijt is said for Fatten that he was one of the first to recoqnize the seriousness of thfe damage to ' spring wheat from the lfck of moisture and hot weather. He was also one of the. first to buy a larpre -quantity of spring, wheat when the knowledge of this damage began -. to spiep.d Wheat sold in Chioag-o yesterday at the ..highest quotations of the season, Sep-temhoj- option going . ojr-half cent above the top figures made rin the crop scare in the spring. ' Threhtis been a rise of live and five-c-lghths a. bushel in two. days. " "FOLEY KIDNEY5 PILLS HAVE 5 CUR ED ME," " The ahove is a quotation from a letter written by H. M. Winkler. Evansville, Ind. "I contracted a 'severe ease of kid-nev trouble. My hack ' gave ! out and pained me. I seemed jto have lost all strength and ambition; Was hothered with dizzy spells, my head would; swim and specks fjoat before niy eyes. I took Foley Kidney Fills regularly and am now perfectly well and feel like a new man. Foley Kidney Pills have' cured me." Wishart's iirug Store. i , sr. . '"V "N .' . -Epjoyaple . tii " ' WITH OAKLAND GAS, LIGHT and HEAT COMPANY CLAY AND THIRTEENTH STREETS, OAKLAND ju B Republican Will speaK at the ' , OLD COLBSEUltfl, 12th street, Near Webster, ' Saturday Evening, July 16th At Eight P. M. - Will Attacks 0 1' TAKES NEI TURN: t :'1I ! '.f PiIrs. Yerkes' Lawyers Declare Corporation Is Liable for Her Husband's Indebtedness. - rn rillCAOO. July 16. Chicago's tractlot,.' "t muddle yesterday assumed a new aspect, when the nine directors of the Chleag1;- llailways company were informed by! ; attorneys for Mrs. Mary Adelaide Terkes .' ' that they are fully liable for the $5.663..-'. ; ,":J0 indehtedner-s to the estate of the la.U Charles T. Yerkts. h This coup was sprang by Mrs. Yerkes attorney at a hearing before the pro-bate court for the withdrawal of tu'VI consolidated onds of the Ywk's estat' from the reorganization committee of ha I Chicago Railways company. ' . , r j- In additiort' ihe prediction was made Iri' 1 open court ny .airs. I ernes i lawyers mat the Chicago Railways company will never dare carry thd so-called Harrity Juds-. nient recently returned by Judge Ball ,-Jrt-,, favor ff consolidated' bondholders, to the.,i supreme court. In a word.it was declared!, TRACT On MUDDLE that full value wouia be jaia tne Donji- if liOlders. ' ,, ir i "The Mi!cago Railways company ,1a,. capitalized for $100,000,000." said Attor'j. ney Levi Mayer, representing: Mrs, ,t Yerkes. "It has acquired a bonded ln--i debtedness . of $S,000,t00, which at pres-.' v ent exceeds $50,000,000.. The company 1? , , a" solvent properly and is worth $75,000,-. r. ooo. . . . . ' ,. v'if! "Under the laws of Ulir.oig director are personally and individually respon- v sible for this ' 08000.000. If the companw is-not solvent' and cannot pay judgmeiiri on JS. 750. 000. the directors are liable." , ... i i -. Candidate for V Preside j'T .r- ' IT r: (i. 1

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