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SATURDAY EVENING OAKLAND TRIBUNE OCTOBER 26.J912. '4 3. i Sunday Topics Be, the PmlpSts ST. ANDREW'S WILL LOSE ITS RECTOR Rev. George E. Golden to Become Assistant at Grace Church, New York. The vestry of 8t Andrew's Episcopal Church announces that the Rev. George H. Golden will leave for New York city after the first Sunday In November, to accept a very flattering offer as an assistant to Grace Church, under Dr. Slattery. Rev. Golden has been with St. Andrew's a year and was elevated to the priesthood by Bishop Sanford nearly a year ago. He has made many friends In the parish and has done god work anffthe congregation regrets his departure. Arrangements will be made at once to fill the position left vacant by Rev. Golden and there will be no lapse In the service. . . On Monday evening, at 6:30, In the banquet hall of the First Christian ' Church, the congregation Is to hold Its ! annual chlircb Hnnnnof ami ' Ice. Reports of all departments are to be made at this meeting and there will : be a program of music and speeches by ! representatives of the different organlza-' ttons. On Wednesday evening, October 30, an i Interesting and educational event has been arranged for the benefit of the choir i of St. John's Church of Berkeley. . The evening will be devoted to "Hymn Talks " which will be Illustrated and delivered by the choir director, Howard Eugene Pratt. These-"Hymn falks'.'"embraee the well-known and familiar hymns, giving an outline of their origin as regards both the music and the application of the words i as well as in many cases the Incident that Inspired the writing. These talks have been given by Mr. Pratt a number of times about the bay, and during his recent stay In the East he was called upon to give them In several of.-the large cities. Mr. Pratt has from boyhood made a study of church music, first as a choir boy, later as soloist and choir singer, and now as choir director, thus giving him a wide, personal knowledge and experience In his subject. The newly organized chorus-choir of St. John's Church Is doing some Interesting work under Mr. Pratt's direction, and gives promise of becoming one of the leading choirs of this community. Mrs. Estell Drummond Swift, the organist of the church, will act as accompanist upon this occasion. The public Is cordially Invited to attend, , Beginning1 with Friday evening, November 1, Miss Amy Stockton of San Jose will assist the pastor of Calvary r ptist Church, Rev. Jay Pruden, In special meetings. Miss Stockton Is a force- ful speaker, appealing to young and old alike. She will -speak Friday and Saturday evenings and hold three services on , Sunday. The Sunday afternoon services, November 3 and 10, will be held at 8 o'clock. W BAPTIST. J First Baptist Church, Telegraph avenue ,. at Jones (22d) street; Rev. Wm. Keeney Towney, minister Beginning Tuesday j evening, October 2U, ""the congregation of the First Baptist Church will hold a series of protracted mission services. The meetings will be held throughout Novem-beron Tuesday, Wednesday; Thursday and Friday- of each week. The preaching will be done by Rev. Wm. Keeney Towner, minister of the church and the singing will be In charge of the young people of the church led by Messrs, Robert Grlndley l and E. B. Johnson. There will be a song service from 7:46 to 8:16 each evening to be followed by a brief sermon and testimony meeting. The public Is cordially Invited. Topics for this week are announced as follows: Tuesday, "The Backslider In Heart;" Wednesday, "The Backslider In Conduct;" Thursday, "Drawing Near Unto God;" Friday, "The Expressive Power of a New Passion." The sermon for Sunday morning and evening will be in keeping with the protracted effort. Sunday morning Mr. Towner will preach on "The King's Greatest Business." In the evening Be will preach on - "The Prlxe of the High Calling," begln-" nlng a series of sermons on "The Race for Life." The series will De as iouows: "The Prlxe of the High Calling;" "The Goal;" "Getting Away to a Good Start;" 'Conserving Energy;" "Becona wina; "Under the Wire." Calvary Baptist Church, West, street ner Twelfth. Jay Pruden, pastor 9:45 a. m., Bible school; 11 a. m., morning wor ship, sermon, "The Greater unnstian;' s:30 n m.. evening prayers: 7 p. n. L praise service; 7:45 p. m., sermon, "If We Could Begin Again;" 7:46 p. m., Tuesday, sermon by Rev. H. Rtsdon, San Fran cisco; 7:46 p. m., Wednesday, praise ana prayer, (regular monthy covenant meeting); 7:30 p. m., Thursday, Hallowe'en socio!; 7:45 p. m., Friday and Saturday, MOTHER OF LARGE FAMILY Tells How She Keeps' Her Health Happiness For Those Who Take Her Advice Scottville, Mich." I want to tell you how much good Lydia E. 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Johnson, Scottville, Mich., R.F.D. 3. ; Lydia E- Pinkham's Vegetable Cora-pound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotics or harmful drugs, and today holds the record of being the , most successful remedy for woman's ills i known. u.'HU'.m.imwiiw.s.-.'H.iui f " " , ' i If PK.SQ'I All I t - ?V ill , ' f '?' f REV. W. H. MjOYD, NEW PASTOR WEST BERKELEY METHODIST I CHURCH. .. I Miss Amy Stockton of San Jose will speak. Melrose Baptist Church, Forty-seventh avenue and Bond street, M. Archer, pastor Rev. Earle D. Sims, evangelist, conducting all services; Sunday school, 9:45 am.; 11 a. m theme, "The Servant King;" 8 p. to., object sermon, subject, "Strings;" All children Invited and every child bring some strings which the evangelist will use In Illustrating gospel truths; 7:45 p. m.. Evangelistic service, subject, "Room for Jesusr' " Monday. 7:45 p. m., lecture on Women and Girls of China, Chinese home life and the work of lady mission aries In this lecture Mr. Sims will de scribe Chinese homes; little girls, little girls, their unwelcome birth; killing, naming and education of little girls; causes and process of foot-binding, mar riage engagements;-marriage, death and funeral customs of the people. Services each evening during the week. ... Tenth-avenue Baptist Church, corner Tenth avenue and East Fourteenth street Preaching by the pastor, Rev. Or-vllle Coats at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning subject, "Conditions of Power;" evening subject, rne forgiveness or Sin:" Sunday school at 12:30 p. m Bap tist Toung People's service Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Twenty-third-avenue Baptist Church, William C. Spencer, pastor Themes for Sunday, Oct 27, morning, "The Christian as a Cltusen;" evening, "Have You a Hope?" North Oakland Baptist tjnurcn, Twenty, ninth street and San Pablo avenue, Rev. A. Brown, acting pastor Preaching at 11 a. m.; Sunday school at 12:30, F. . H. Bolmer, superintendent. B. T. P. U. at 7:30. p. m. C. TUman of the University of California will address the society. At g p. m., preaching by the pastor, subject, "The Prodigals That Never Return." Bethany Hall, Twenty-third avenue, near East Twentieth street Breaking of bread at 10:45 a. m.; meeting for Christians of all denominations at o'clock; Sunday-school at the same hour; gospel meeting In the evening a 7:30; Bible reading Tuesday evening at 7:45; prayer meeting Friday evening at 7:46. ' Golden Gate Baptist Church, Fifty-fourth and Park streets; Rev. G. A. Mar-tell, pastor Morning topic, "The Golden Candlestick"; solo by Mrs. Fern Gold-spring, "He Was Nailed to the Cross"; evening subject, "The Lord's Controversy"; solo bv Miss Jean Gelkle. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. The subject of tomorrow's -lesson In all of the Christian Science churches of this clfy, is "Probation After Death." Services are held as follows: First Church of Christ, Scientist, Seventeenth and Franklin streets Sunday services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.; Sunday-school at 9:80 a. m.; Wednesday evening testimonial meeting, 8 o'clock. Reading-room In the church, open from 1 to 4 p. m. Second Church of Christ, Scientist, Thirty-fourth and Elm streets, one block east of Telegraph avenue Sunday services at 11 a. m.; Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m; Wednesday evening testimonial meeting at 8 p. m. Third Church of Christ, Scientist, Frultvale Masonic Temple, East Fourteenth street and Thrrvy-rourth avenue-. Sunday services at 11 . a. m.; Buniiay school at 9:30 a. m. ; testimonial meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m. i Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist, Masonic Temple, Eighth avenue and East Fourteenth street Sunday services at 11 a. m.; Sunday-school at 9:30 c m.; Wednesday evening testimonial meeting at 8 o'clock. Fifth Chureh of Christ, Scientist-Sunday services at I. O. O. F. Hall, East Fourteenth street and Ninety-second avenue, at 11 a. m.; Sunday-school at 9:10 a. m.; testimonial meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m. Sixth Church of Christ, Scientist Sunday services at 11 a. m., - at 250 Forty-first street, between Broadway and Pled. mont avenue; Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m.; testimonial meeting Wednesday ' at 8 p. m. Free reading room open to the public week days from 2 to 4:30 p. m., at tame address. Christian Science reading noma maintained by the churches -In Oakland, are located on the seventh floor. Stacker A Holland building, 414 Thirteenth street, between Broadway and Franklin. Open to the public week days from 9:20 a. m. to I p. m.. excepting Wednesday evening, when they close at T p. m.; Sundays from 1 to 5 p. m. CONGREGATIONAL. First Congregational Church, Twelfth and Clay streets. Rev. Herbert Atcbinson Jump, pastor. Rev. Ray Frederic Carter, assistant pastor 9:45 a. m., ChurAti school; 11' a. m., public worship. Sermon by the pastor, subject: "Preventive Medi cine and Preventive Religion." Chlldren'c sermon, subject: "The Boy Who Ws Called.";:15 p. m.. Young People's meeting In the East Parlor; 7:45 p. m public worship. Sermon by the pastor, subject: "Charles Woken; . A Reporter WJio Awoke a Nation," third In a series of sermons entitled "Builders of the New Social Order." Frultvale Congregational Church. Fruit- vale avenue, Edvllle A. Boyer, pastor Morning subject, . "Paul's Determination to Know Nothing save Jesus Christ and Him Crucified;" evxenlngf subject, "Sermons that the Congregation Preaches." The members and friends of the Congre gational Church of Frultvale-are invited- to meet the new pastoe Edvllle A. Rays, and his wife at the home of Mrs. H. Wetherbee Friday afternoon and evening, Nov 1. Olivet Congregational Chureh meets In Rockrtdge Hall, College avenue at Lawton, Rev. Benjamin Gould, pastor Morning service at 11. Sermon, "The Magnetic Character;" evening service at 7:45. Sermon, "The Real Value of the Christ-Character." Graded Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Pilgrim Congregational Church. Eighth avenue, B. E. Youtz, pastor The topic of tha morning service win be "The Great Physician." In the evening" the subject of the sermon will be "Destinies in the Making." . .. Plymouth Comrregatldnal Church, Piedmont and Laurel avenues, Albert W. Palmer, pastor Morning subject, "TheiPa-geant of Creation." Evening eiflect, "Some Issues of the Coming Election." Fourth Congregational crnurch, Grove and Thirty-sixth streetsThe subject for Sunday morning sermon, "Whose Is the Image and Superscription?" In the evening, "Do Men Sow Good Seed and Reap Bad Fruit?" Sunday-school at 12:15 p. m.; Junior Endeavor at 3:16 p. m.; Christian Endeavor devotional hour, 6:30 p. m; mid-week service Wednesday at 7:45 p. m.; communion service one week from Sunday; Rev. Alfred J. Kennedy, pastor. CHRISTIAN. First Christian, Gram) avenue an$ Webster street, one block east of the Key Route Inn; Rev. Thomas A. Boyer, pastor Morning. "The Future of the Church"; 'evening, "The Great White Plague," Illustrated by means of lantern slides' by Dr. George F. Pomeroy. Sunday-school at 9:45 a. m., all departments, the Infant, Junior, intermediate and senior; especial emphasis la being made of the "Boys' Department." Christian En-deavor at 6:15 p. m. Frultvale Christian Church, FYultvale avenue and East Twenty-third street. R. L. McHatton, pastor, will preach morning and evening. Hunday srnooi, v:to a. m.; Christian Endeavor, 8:30 p. m. CATHOLIC. Masses will be celebrated at St. Mary's Church, Seventh and Jefferson streets, at 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and High Mass at 11 a. m. At the 11 a. m. High Mass the Rev. pastor, Father E. P. Dempsey will preach the sennon. The Oakland Conservatory of Music choir under the direction of Prof. Adolf Gregory will render Haydn's First Mass In B flat.. At the offertory Mrs. O. Smith will sing Luzzi's Ave Maria. In the evening there will be vespers followed by a sermon by Rev. Father McOrattan and the Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. St. Anthony's Church, East Oakland, Rev. P. C. Yorke, S. T. D., pastor-Masses at 1, 8:30, 9:30, 10:30. Congregational singing at the 8:30 mass by the children of the parish.? Sunday school classes assemble in Ht, Anthony's Boys' school Immediately after the 8:30 mass. High mass will be sung by Rev. P. Anderson. The choir will render Millard's Mass In G. The responses will be sung by the choristers. Directors, Miss L. C. White; organist, Miss J. Nesbltt. At this mass Rev. P. E. Doyle will preach on "Man's Duty to God and Man," taking as his text "Render to Caesar the Things that are Caesar's." At the evening service Rev. P. C. , Yorke will preach on "The Priesthood." The St. Anthony Choral Ohiioter will render the Benediction Hymns. Members of the Chapter, Pro-vost, L. Hanly, vlceprovost, W. Singleton; precentor. W. Hanly; vlce-precentor, W. Brusher; cnairman, nooen naming; chancellor. E. Cavanaugh; librarian, Richard Harding; privates L. Cunningham and John Connolly. ... ..... EPISCOPAL. Tririt Methodist Enlsconal Church. Maple Hall, Fourteenth and Webster streets Preaching at 11 a. m. by the Rev. H. B. Johnson, D. D., superintendent of Japanese work on the Pacific Coast, topic, "A Witnessing Church." At 7:30 p. ,m. sermon by the Rev. W. H. Ellison of Berkeley; Sunday-school at 9:45 a. m., Harry Morton, superintendent. Eighth Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, corner of Eighth avenue and Seventeenth street; Rev. Henry J. Winsor, pastor Morning subject, "Saving a Soul From Death"; evening subject, "Moses, Leader and Legislator of Israel." The evening sermon Is a continuation of a special Old Testament series. Sunday-school at 12:30 p. m.; Epworth League at 8:30 p. m., led by Mr. O. Wrlgglesworth. St. John's Church. Eighth and. Grove streets. Rev. Edgar F, Gee, rector. Rev. Edward Everett, vicar 7:45 a Jn., Holy Communion; 10 a. m., Sunday school; 11 a. m.. Choral Eucharist and sermon; 7:45 p. m., evensong and sermon. t St. Peter's Chapel, Rockridge, College ami Bhafter avenues. Rev. Edgar F. Gee, rector.. 9 a. m.. Holy Communloni 9:45 a. m., Sunday school j 11 a. m., morning prayer and sermon; 7:45 p. m., evensoo'j and sermon. i ' I St. Philip's Church . (Episcopal), Capp I ttieet and Nlcol avenue, Fruit rale. Rev. Short Sermons for Busy Readers v "THE BREATH OF GOD" The universal animator is the breath of God. Its energy Is stepped down to man's nostrils, keeping him a living soul; to his mind, keeping him a thinking soul; to his spirit keeping him ft worshipping soul. This opening sentence outlines ouf conference sermon. In the Garden of Eden Jehovah hresthee into man's nostrils the breath of life and he came to physical consciousness; In the drama o. Job, Jehovah Is disclosed breathing Into man a oreatn oi spirit which gives him understanding: In the upper room the great Live Giver Is seen Imparting spiritual life by His breath. Consider these three steps In man's soul progress. First, the physical inspiration. The first thing and the last thing we do is breathe. We inspire at birth, we expire at death. The creation in Eden Is duplicated at the birth of each child. God breathes into every newborn child his energising breath. Prior to birth the little life 1s sustained by the breath of another, the blood does not reach the lungs, but flows through the heart. At birth the .infant inhales out of universal energy the breath of God and becomes an Independent soul. Second, "There is a spirit in man and the inspiration of the Almighty giveth him understanding." Universal energy Is paralleled by universal knowledge. Enveloped In a vibrating atmosphere by which each life Is sustained, we are no less surrounded by a vibrant world of knowledge. What Is, the source of wisdom? Can we learn beyond the Instruction of the eye, 'the ear and heart? What book or college taught Mr. Wright the secret of aerial navigation? Who teached inventors and discoverers? Why do two great rivals think out simultaneously, the secret of the telephone and apply for a patent, one a few hours in advance of the other? Why do two physicians, one in Germany-and one in the United' States, .each ignorant of the other, both solve the same problem of disease. This is a psychic t age. We -discover remedies for. sini sickness and sorrow. As universal energy sustains the body, universal knowledge instructs the brain.' Air seeks to Invade our thoughts. The Invisible desires to become visible, and the unknown longs to be known. Truth asks to be born In us. Maeterlinck describes babes in the Spirit world waiting for Incarnation. Each Is eager for birth that he may do a task upon his mind fashion a tool, make a law, force a reform, lift a burden. This symbolism means the invisible universe is craving manifestation. We depend upon what universal knowledge told someone else who wrote It in a book, why not seek communion with the unseen sphere of knowledge and learn directly from the original source. NEXT GREAT DISCOVERY. The next great discovery will be the invisible tmiverse. We know It Is there and we use it. Columbus, allured by birds and branches, sailed on; so, we catch evidences and we are mentally traveling toward a new psychic continent. Vulgarly speaking man says, I have a "hunch"; others tell us of intimations, clear hearing, clear seeing, impressions that transference and telepathy. These small gifts Inform us of a. world of universal knowledge which is trying to make us aware of Its existence. God showed his ways to Moses, just His acts to the- children of Israel. God revealed His thoughts to George Williams, Francis E. Clark and William Booth; to us. he shows the Y. M. C. A., the Christian Endeavor and the Salvation Army. If any man lacks wisdom, let him ask of God. The secret of the Lord Is with them that fear Him. Inhale universal energy and the world is yours; Inhale universal knowledge and wisdom is yclirs. God breathed nostrils; God breathed brains; God breathed writings' Christ breathed disciples; Spirit breathed Spirits. God Is not body; or mind, but. Spirit. God is Spirit..., He energizes bur spirit' in regeneration. That which is born of the Spirit is Spirit. The creative breath is first and last, and what Jehoyalj dpes In Jhe ho,ur ( of birth he continues doing second by second and hour by hour. It is "a perpetual creating. ' So, ' lit' the mental ahd " splHtuar." we ' are quickened Into newness of j life, then sustained by fellowship -with the invisible world;- We may live weeks without food, hours without water, but not seconds without breath. We may maintain our Christian life weeks without church, hours without Bible, but not a moment without prayerful attitude, conscious or subconscious toward God. Here is the unfolding! of the race and the development of each Individual; here, too, Is the message for our preaching, N BEGAN WITH BREATH. The human race began with physical breath; how long man Journeyed on and up until he imbreathed mentally we do not know. Later, he began to breath religion, and, in the Upper Room, you have the climax of centuries. Eleven men spirit breathed apostles. Adam began the- new advanced race, Abraham is tha father of the -people of redemption, Jesus Is the progenitor of the Supreme type of mankind, namely, Christ breathed Spirits. The heart Is evolution. Behold our evangel. We Invite the world to a personal acquaintance with God. We offer people an advance In their soul unfolding. The non-Christian may breathe dlaphramatlcally, think Intuitively but he has one more glorious privilege to become a God-breathed Spirit- Rev. James B, Orr, Pastor Myrtle Bt. Mardon D. Wilson, pastor. Hunday school at 9:45 a. m.: morning service witn ser mon at 11 a. m.; evening prayer with address at 7:45 p. m. The pastor will preach at both serv ces. St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, oorner Twelfth and Magnolia streets; Rev. ueo. C. Golden, rector Morning prayer and sermon, 11 a. m.; offertory sofo, "The Garden of Prayer" (Rey), Mr. George Hall; evening prayer and sermon, I p. m.; offertory anthem, soprano solo and chorus, Miss Edith Jackson soloist, "O. For a Closer Walk- With God" (Foster); choir assisted by Mtss Helen Mesow; Mrs. Crowley, organist. LUTHERAN. Our Savior Danish Luthersn Church, East Fifteenth street and Second ave nue, M. N. Andreaaen, pastor Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m, wlhh sermons by pastor. First English Lutheran Church, corner of Sixteenth and Grove streets, celebration of the Festival of the Harvest. The church will be suitably decorated for the occasion. The pastor, Kev. Harvey M. Ieech, will preach a sermon at 11 a. m. on A "Tempting Dinnor" has no attraction for the person with a weak sjtomach. You have no appetite and what little you do eat distresses you. Try a bottle of H'OSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS and notice the improvement in your general health. Your food will taste good and do you good. rot IALX BY DBDOOISTS AMD DEaLEKI Jamas B. On Church (Congregational), Oakland. ' v , The Wonderful Provision of God," and the choir, Under the direction of C. L. Trabert, will sing several selections ap. propriate for the day. "Harvest Home," by Hanscom, and "I Will Magnify Thee, O Lord, ' by Reed. In the evening the pastor will preach the second In a series ter "harCtr ketch', "A Bargain Hun-Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, corner Seventeenth avenue and East Fifteenth street. Rev. 11. Haserodt, pastor-Services every Sunday morning at 10:80. Sunday school, 9:15 a. m, and services Wednesday evening at 7:45 o'clock. Athens-avenue Norwegian Lutheran Church, near San Pablo ayentie and Twenty-fifth, E. S. Belgum, pastor Sunday school, 10 a. m.; services with holy communion, 11 a. m. Evening service at 8 o'clock. St. Paul's English Evangelical Lutheran Church, Thirty-second and Linden streets, J. O. Ensrud, pastor Services Sunday, 11 a. m., subject, "The Founda-Hon of Faith." Zlon's German Lutheran Church, corner Twelfth and Myrtle streets, J. H. Thelss, pastor At 10:41 a. m., subject, "Christ's True Followers." Evening, 7:80, "The Necessltv of Sanctlficatlon." PRItBYTERIAN. First Presbyterian Church. Fourteenth and Franklin streets. Rev. F. L. Goodspeed, D. D.. pastor. W. A. Horn. assistant Morning worship at 11 a. m Preaching by the pastor, subject, "Doing God's Will." Evening, service at 7:S0; musical service by the choir; Bible school at t:45 a. m.; Chinese Bible school at 8:18 p. m.; Christian Endeavor at S:16 p. m.: Midweek service on Wednesday at 7:48 B. m.. conducted by the nan tor. iuh. Ject, "Armageddon." Brooklyn Presbyterian Church, corner Twelfth avenue and East Fifteenth street. Rev. H. K. Banborne, pastor-Morning subject, "The Second Mll:" evening subject, "Saved or rnsaved." Centennial Presbyterian Church, corner Twenty-fourth and Talcott avenues. East Oakland, Rev. Herbert K. Havs, pastorServices at II a. m. and 7:80 p. m. Morning subject, "All Tnrtcr 8ln:" vr.. Ing subject. "To Whom Shall. We Go'" Christian Endeavor at 8:30 p. m.; Prayer meeting, Wednesday, at 7:48 p. m. cmanuei i-resnyierian unurch, Forty, ninth at, two blocks east of Telecrsoh avenue. Rev. Jumps K, Stage, minister 11 a. m., special exercises by the little ones of the primary department; 7:30 p. m.. evening service, special service by laymen: :4S a. m., Bible school. "The Compassionate Havlor; 8 p m., Quiet hour; :30 p tn.. Y. P. 8. C. E., tuple. "Missionary;" Monday. 7:45 p rn.. P. E. T., Young Ladles' RIMe t-lass; Wrdnn-ly, 7:45, prayer meeting. t'nlon-stroet Presbyterian Church, be tween Eighth and Tenth streets Eraf. II. C isiddle will preach in the morning (Irossett octoswQ ANwrvEHAum amp Asncn 27S 28IM iavea Lmssb Is 1194. Nets W bsrwlfk kwaa, 119. Dadrafea W ioimmi fm I rinrf r Crueiw www. 194. 29 30 Tu W 31Th NOVEMBER IF 2Sa Sim - 'Nstbw M Mil Mar. Nickolu Fletttilivw mlt "On SM mal lnr", 1901. HALLOWE'EN Yt maiden's mirror bringethnow Her futur spouse to tifw. Aay he be true to everyvcw And wear ft Crossett Shoe. 'Tis better to spend the day in easy-fitting Crossett Shoes than the everting in hot footbaths. Never forget the foot's comfort nor the fashion's trend. When you find both style and comfort in a shoe, wear it. ' The tighter the hoe. the looser the temper. Crossett Shoes make fleeting milestone. men. UW1I A. Agents for Alameda County Mesmer-Smith Co. and Mrs. Vlckemon will sing. Popular evening service will be led by the college T. W. C. A. of Berkeley, with a number of speakers. The ladles' quartet of the association will render special music. SPIRITUALIST. First Spiritual Church of Oakland. 819 Athens avenue near San Pablo avenue Sun(layt.8 p. m., lecture and messages, Mr. Pleston, Mrs. J. N. Parsons, Mrs. Loewen. Tupesday, 8:30 p. m., the Ladles' Aid will hold a message circle. Wednesday. 8 p. m., experience and message meeting. All welcome. , The Spiritual Thought Exchange meets every Sunday at 8 p. tn., at 680 Eigh teenth street, near Ban Pablo avenue. Subject, "Justice and Truth," with messages by Mrs. Tyler-Moulton and others. Soul culture class meets every Tuesday and Thursday. 8 p. m. First Trinity Spiritual Church of Oak land, 829 Twelfth st, holds meetings every Sunday at 7:45 p. m. Messages by Mrs. Cowell, Mr. Brown and others. Mrs. Cow-ell, pastor. Special muslo by the Richard ramlly of Richmond. Fraternl Circle of Spiritualism meets at Lincoln Hall, 407 Thirteenth street. 7:30 p. m. Platform messages by San Francisco and local talent; good muslo; violin solo by Master Giles. First Temple of Spiritualism, Rice Institute, Seventeenth and Ban Pablo avenue, at 2 p. m., in large halh ftrand SptrKuAllst' rally. Oakland anU San Francisco societies at I p. jn., W. . V. Bolts, speaker, subject '"Then and Now." At 8 p. m., X Btltt Wilson, will preach, "The Gospel of Socialism." Special musical program, under the auspices of Mr. Chol-lars' Musical Trio. Prominent message bearers. Everybody Invited Second Spiritual Church of Oakland. Unity Hall, 880 Isabella " street, between San Pablo avenue and Market street, tn the residence of the late lr. Sol Palln-baum. Sunday service at 8 p. m. Lecture by Dr. R. A. Stltt, pastor, subject, God the Constructor and Man the Build er of the Man Temple." Messages by Dr. Cutting. Flower reading by Mrs. Oilman. Sealed letters by Mr. Stltt. Midweek meeting every Wednesday at 8 p, m. A spiritual developing on Friday at 8 p. m. Psychical Bcience meeting, 2 xweirtn street, Havens building, Sunday, 8:45 p. m. Sermon, "Perfect Life Is Omnipres ent," by Mr. Vlnter and Mrs. McMUlen, followed by messages ana spiritual neat-Ina by Mrs. Russell, Mrs. McMIUen and other teachers. Vocal o4Q. Flory McClure. INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION. Meetings for Bible study every Sunday at 2 and 4 p. m., at Pythian Castle, Twelfth and Alice streets, Oakland. Visitors welcome. No collections. UNITARIAN. First UnttarlanwChurch, corner Four teenth and Castro streets. Wllllsm Tnv or Sunday Saturday to Sunday Saturday to Monday Friday to Tuesday" $3:00 $4.00 AiJX)R ITRTIIEIt INXHMATIOV SOUTEHRN PACIFIC whew riAKurifo Yotrs. FAiTiitH Tarr-, teittkovz oaklako in -skd k to hati 0UB BK?R3ETATIVE CALL AM O rUBVIHH AMY INl'OkMATlOM ktSIKtB. HE WILL GLADL1C tXrLAIN SOUTHSSJI r Al'Ii 10 SiBVlCE." KICIf HPKON. F. and P. Agent . J. MAI.LKV. City Ticket Agent OAKLM OKt'K'KS: hrnadway and Thlrtnenth Street, phone- Oakland 12. Sixteenth, felrm lx-it, ilml and Broadway, becoil) suid ilrortdway. A lmanac " for next week JIM ' if Smm. 1T84. Halloween, the witches' day, falleth on the 31st, The last quarter of the moon hath November 1st for its date. - . This week will tee ideal weather save when clouds, rain, hail, snow, tornadoes or hurricanes occur tingly.vp.jr :,in combination. CtHllll I A new Crossett that i a style leader. RussetL Eight buttons. Deep creasing in the vamp. Cuban heel. A favorite with knowing OS SsSW aSjassSV F-y ,,An CtOMITT. 1KC ACdv. Mini AWiffM. -1 The Ildnsfl of Sfert. usa-im -washhto. io sr. Slmon'ds, minister Services at 11 a. m. Sermon for Tuberculosis Sunday, "Civilisation's Battle With Disease and Crime." Introductory address, "Shall Race Track Gambling be Revived In California?" Sunday school at :0 a. m. Rellgoua study class at 12:15. . ' MISCELLANEOUS. Divine Science services will be beta at Starr King Hall, Oakland Club rooms. Fourteenth and Castro streets, Sunday at 11 a. m. , Frultvale Truth Center, at' 28M Twen ty-sixth avenue, will hold a meeting Suo- isy at 3 p. m. Mrs. Ida Mansfield Wilson will lecture on "Prosperity." , All cordially Invited Seamen's Mission, 6815 Fifth street Sunday school. 3 p. m.. Preaching by Rev. M. a. Bradley at 4 p. m. L. Thompson, superintendent. The United Lodge of Theosophists will meet as usual Hunday evening at 8 O'clock at 132S Washington street, when the subject of the lecture will be "The Causes of Rebirth." Swedish Mission Church. 1219 Filbert street, near Twelfth Sunday school, 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m and 7:45 p. m.; Young Peoples' meeting at 8:30 p. tn.; Prayer meeting Thursday, 8 p. m. Melrose Swedish- Mission Church, K13S Ygnaclo avenue, Melrose -Sunday school. 9:30 a. m.; Preaching Preaching Tuesday, ChrlTtlari oga,vSt-rr'46nliallhhu teenth and Caatro stiieetflmKBu. m,iJiay Ralph M. de Bit, pastor. HITTENBERGER'S fl e d u c Ing S upporters will relieve you of that tired, drag ging feeling. SPECIAL SUPPORTERS. Made for the very corpulent. Measurements taken at your homa if necessary. I guarantee satisfaction and my prices are reasonable. Lady attendant. H. H. HITTEHBERGER " B10 13th ntrt. Fboim Oftk. 17&S. Gia f in s Vatliins Prohibition Presidential Nominee. For Your j. , r ... r , ; ),, i -,n it..-, i f Week-End Reot Many points pi interest. Beautiful shaded walKs and roads. TaKe the 17-Mile Drive. Fishing Boating Coifing 1. E. CRAHTItFTV City Passenger Agent I VOTJE FOB 1,

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