Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on January 11, 1913 · Page 9
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SATURDAY EVETTCNTG -OAKLAND TRIBUNE- JANUARY 11 1V13. it I JfsHLJI MEMORIAL SERVICE CLERGYMAN 4. Impressive Ceremonies Will be Held in the First Unitarian Church Tomorrow. In lev l.'emnrial services will be held In the First 1'nltarian Church of this city to mnfrow morning: for the late Rev. Robert CoJIyer, who was known as the "Black smith preacher," and was one of the dls tingulshed pulpit orators of New York ' and Chicago, ReVd-William Day Blmonds, pastor af the church, will preside and de liver the sermon. Rev. F. L. Hosmer 01 Berkeley will also give a brief account of the life of Dr. Collyer. Clement Row lands, soloist of the First Unitarian Church, will give the musical numbers. During the month of January there will he no services In the FlrBt Unitarian Church, but they will be continued next in February. . BAPTIST, Tenth Avenue Baptist Church, corner Weinh and East Fourteenth street Preaching by1 the pastor. Rev. Orvllle Coats, at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. Morn- g subject, "Contending for the Falt.r evening subject, "The Bread of Life Sunday-school at 12:30 p. m.; Baptist . YoUng, People's Union at 6:1B p. m. Mld- I week service Wednesday, 7:30 p. m I Twenty-third Avenue Baptist Church i Rev. Wm. C. Bpencer, N pastor Morning sublect. "The Making of he stars ening subject, "The Story, of the Man whose Thumbs and Big Toea Were Cut Off.' Calvary 73apt 1st Church, West street near Twelfth; Rev. J. Fruaen, pastor- IMS a. m., Bible school,: 11 a. m sermon hy the pastor, subject, "Starting a Fam ;llv'T: 6:30 p. m., evening prayer; 7 p. m. ..evening- praise; 7:45 p. m., sermon, sub ject. "Work for the New Year. First Baptist, Jones street and Tele graph avenue; W. KeeneK Towner, pas tor Morn ne subject. "Figs and This ties:" evening subject, "A First-class Hnneyard." CONGREGATIONAL. First Congregational Churcj, Twelfth and Clay streets Morning topic, "The Holy Ghost"; children's sermon, "Suppose Jesus Lived at My House." Evening topic, "Christ and the Individual; the Era of Redemptive Trlump.is" (first in a se rles on "The Christ In Modern Life.' Wednesday, 7:45 o'clock, annual meeting nnrt election of officers. A series of ser mons on "Christ In Modern Life" will be nroaclied'on the Sunday evenings of Jan nrv and February by the pastor. Rev. ;,Herhert Atchison Jump. The topics are na follnws: . "Christ and the Individual: The Bra of Tiertemntive Trlumnhs. ' "Christ and the Home: The Rediscovery of Chlldlioqd." Christ and ..the School: The Enlarge-Tnont nf T.ifn "Throueh Education." "Christ and Government: The Invasion f Tntiflcs hv Righteousness "Christ and Industry: The New Quality rtf Mprcv In Business. "Christ and the World: The Increasing Brotherlinef of Nations." , Pilgrim Congregational Church, Eighth avenue and East Fifteenth'' street; Rev. E. K. Youtz, pastor Services at 11 and 7:30. Morning subject, "Joy in an . Endless Quest";, evening subject, "Suspicion. Srlm Bible school meets at iu a. m. ii;rlm Bime scnooi metia i Myrtle Street Church (Congregational); Rev. James B. Orr, pastor Morning, "The Fatherhood of 3enlus"; evening, ."Filial Ingratitude," illustrated by Shakespeare's King Lear. Dimo,iih rvmirresratlonal Church, Pied mont and Laurel avenues; Rev. Albert W. Palmer, minister Morning, sermon, "Where Dwellest Thou?" Evening sermon, "True Sportsmanship" (second eer-Tirn In a series on "The Game of Life ). ' The Olivet Congregational Church meets Rock Ridge Hall, College avenue and Lawton; Rev. Benjamin Gould, pastor Pervices at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; graded Sundav-schooL 9:45 a. m. Morning ermon, "The Joy of Discovery"; evening address, "The Finding of a- Soul." Fourth Congregational, Grove at Thirty-sixth street; pastor Alfred J. Kennedy Morning subject., "The Moral Value of ' the Lord's Supper as a Memprlal;65 evening subject, "The Reward of Service and Service as a Reward." Sunday school at 12:16 p. m.. Junior ,C. E. Society at 3:15 p. rri.. Intermediate i;. - 'I p. m., prayer hour Wednesday at 7:45 p. m.. Illustrated lecture rnuiy o-i e v CHRI8TIAN SCIENCE. The subject of tomorrow's lesson tn all of the Christian Science churches of this city Is "Sacrarrjent." Services are held as follows: First Church of Christ, Scientist, Seventeenth -and Franklin stream Sunday services at 11 a. m. and fi. m.;' Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., Wednesday evening testimonial meeting, 8 o'clock. Reading - room in the church, open from 1 to 4 p. m. Jecond Church of Christ, Scientist lllirty-fourth and Elm streets, one block east of Telegraph ave. Sunday services at 11 a. m.; Sunday school at v.sv a. m.; Wednesday evening testimonial meeting at 8 o'clock. Third Church of Christ, Scientist, Frult-- vale Masonic Temple, East Fourteenth street and Thirty-fourth avenue Sun- day services at 11 a. m.; Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; testimonial meeting WeJ nenria.v at 8 D. m. Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist Tannic Temple. Eighth avenue and East FuiMeenth street Sunday services at li m Hunilav school at 9:30 a. m.: Wed nesday evening testimonial meeting at 8 o'clock. Fifth Church 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 9:30 a. m.; testimonial meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m. ( Sixth Church of Christ, Scientists-Sunday services at 11 a. m., at 250 Forfy'nrst street, between Broadway and Piedmont ivenue; Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.: tes- : ,r:- avuv,,-- V- - - MISS CAROIiTN RYAN, MEMBER OP ST. MARY'S CHURCH CHOIR OP THIS CITY. , SWISS MILKA CHOCOLATE fctWJksffacasg Six pieces, each w rapped separately. At all the Utter ttoret M.leri of the worid farr.out Chocolate ind Cocoa Suchard since 1826. tlmonlal meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m. Free reading room open to the public week day from 2 to '4:S0 D. m.. at same address. Christian Science readinsr rooms, main tained by the churches of Oakland, are located on the seventh floor, Stocker & Holland building, 414 Thirteenth street, between Broadway and Franklin. Open to the public week days from 9:30 a. m. to 9 p. m., excepting Wednesday even ing, when they close at 7 p. m.; Sundays from 1 to 5 p. m. " CATHOLIC. St. Leo's Church. Piedmont avenue: Rev. Father Owen Lacey, pastor Masses ac i, s:s, 10:30 a. m. A.t the 10:30 a. m, mass Rev. P. O'Nell will be the celebrant Rev. Father Owen Lacey will deliver the sermon, tne enolr will render "La Hache Mass." At the offertory Miss Olga Bcnumann will sing Francis "Ave Ma ria." The Venl Creator will be sung by wuiiarn Makin; organist and choir di rector. Miss Josephine Ryan. At the evening devotions at 7:30 the Young La dies' Sodality choir, under the direction or Miss Eva Garcia, will render the ben edictlon hymn. Masses will be- held at St. Mary'i church, Seventh and Jefferson streets, at , y, s, , iu ana nigh mass at 11 a. m. At the 11 a. m. high mass ,the sermon will be preached by the Rev. -Father E. Uempsey. The Oakland Conservatory of Music choir,- under the direction of Prof. Adolf Gregory, will render Gounod's Messe Solennelle." and at the offertory Richard Hammond will sing Nevin's "Ave Maria." In the evening at 7:45 there will be vespers, followed by a sermon by Rev, Thos. Kennedy, and the benediction of the blessed sacrament. St. Anthony's church. East Oakland corner Sixteenth avenue and Fifteenth street; Rev. P. C. Yorke, S. T. D., pastor Masses - at -T, 8:30, 9:30, 10:30; communion for the Children of Mary at the 7 o'clock mass. Congregational singing at the 8:30 mass by . the children of the parish Sunday-school Immediately after children's mass. Sunday-school Instruction at 9:30 mass; hltfti mass at 10:30. Rev, P. C. Yorke, D. D.. will preach on "Tlie Second Precept of the Church." Wlegand mass In E will be rendered by the reg ular choir; high mass responses will be sung by the choristers. St. Anthony s choral chapter will meet at 7 p. m. In the music hall. Evening devotions at 7:30 Rev. P. E. Doyle will speak on "The Giving of tlie Law." An appropriate epip hany hymn wil be rendered by the choral cnapter quariei. CHRISTIAN. First Christian. Grand avenue and Webster street; Rev. Thomas A. Boyer, pastor Morning, "An Infallible Enter prise"; evening, "The Sunny Side of the Street." Sunday-school at 9:45 a. m.. L. Ray Ogden, superintendent; Christian En deavor at 6:15 p. m. Fruttvale Christian Church, Frultvale avenue and East Twenty-third street ReV. R. L. McHatton, pastor Morning subject, "Matthew's View of Christ." At the evening hour the Loyal Daughters' class will have charge. Sunday-school, 1-:45 a. m.; Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p. m. Sr. John's c'.iurch. Eighth and Grove streets; Rev. Edgar F.' Gee. rector; Rev. Edward Everett, vicar 7:45 a. m., holy communion; 10 a. m., Sunday school; 11 a. m.. choral eucharlst and sermon; 7:45 p. m., evensong and sermon. St. Peter's Chapel, Rockrldge, College and Shatter avenues; Rev. Edgar F. Gee, rector 9 a. m., holy communion; 10 a. m.. Sunday-school: 11 a. m., morning prayer and sermon; 4 p. m., evensong and sermon. ' Church of the Advents (Episcopal), corner Twelfth avenue and East Sixteenth street; Rev. William H. Wheeler,' recitor First Sunday after the Epiphany: Holy communion at 8 a. m., morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. m., evening prayer with address at 7:30 p. m. St. Paul's cMwch, Monteclto avenue and Bay place: Rev. Alexander Allen, rector; Rev. R. Franklin Hart, curate 8 a. nr., holy communion; 9:45 a. m.t Sunday school; 11 a. til., morning prayer and sermon; 6 p. m., vespers with address. Good Samaritan Church. Oak and Ninth streets; Rev. R. Franklin Hart, vicar 10 a. m.. Junior Good Samaritan Clubs; 11 a. m., sermon and holy communion; 2:30 p. m., Sunday school; 7:30 p. m., evensong and address. St. Andrew's Episcopal church. Twelfth and Magnolia streets Sunday school, 10 o'clock; morning prayer and sermon by Rev. A. E. Bruce of Vancouver, B. C, priest In charge, at 11 o'clock; evening j 19. AS. -Inll. prayer serviuw, i.u, wuc. wi ,ivnn solo by Mis Ethel Taylor of Alameda, and anthem, "Jesus, Meek and Gentle," by choir; Miss Vera Boreham, soloist; Mrs. A. II. Crowley, organist and choir directress. LUTHERAN. First English Evangelical -Lutheran church, Slxteenf.i and Grove streets; Har. vey M. Leech, pastor Worship with sermons by the pastor at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p m.; visitors are warmly welcomed. A children's choir furnishes the music The annual meeting of the congregation will be held Tuesday evening, January 14, At 8 o'clock. Athens Avenue Norwegian Lutheran church, near San Pablo avenue and , Twentv-ftfth street; E. f. Belgupi, pan lor Services. 11 a. m.; social g...ru., p. m.. In Y. P. S. hall. - rwnlh Lnthran church. But Fifteenth street and Hecond avenue; M. N. Andreasen, pastor Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m, with sermon by the pastor. St. Paul's English Evangelical Lutheran church; Thirty-second and Linden streets; J. O. Ensrud; pastor Morning subject, "The Childhood, of Jesus." - Zlon's German Lutheran church, corner Twelfth and Myrtle streets; J. H. Thelss, pastoi" Services, with communion, at 10 a. m.; evening, 7:30 p. m. The Rev, Theo. Plcper of San Francisco will preach. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. First Methodist Episcopal church, corner Fourteenth and Webster streets (Maple Hall); Rev. Geo. W. White, D. D.. pastor Morning . subject, "The Unseen Realities"; evening subject, "The Man After God's Own Heart." The pastor will preach at both services. The hall will be comfortably Tieated. Eighth Avenue Methodist, Episcopal church, corner of Eighth avenue and Seventeenth street: Henry J. Wlnsor, paBtor Morning subject, "The New Covenant." After the address there will be tne sacrament or the Lord s supper. Evening subject. "Life a Thrilling story. A New Year's address. Sunday school at 12:30 p. m Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. The members of the First M. E. church, south, at Thirty-fourth street and Tele graph, under the direction of the woman's missionary society, will tender the newly-appointed presiding elder, the Rev. S. W. Walker. D. D.. a reception on Monday evening, at 8 o'clock, In the parlors of the church. Rev. Mr. Walker hag closed a pastorate of four years at St. Paul's church, San Jose, and Is one of the most Interesting speakers in t.ie state. He Is held In high esteem by the citizens of San Jose. ,.A short program will be given, followed by light refreshments.. First M. E. church, south. Thirty-fourth street and Telegraph avenue?-W. J. Sims, pastor Sunday school at 9:45; adult bible class at same hour, Mr. A. U. Brandt, superintendent; morning worship at 11, sermon by pastor: Epworth League at 6:30, Walter Eliassen, president; evening worship at 7:30, sermon by Rev. ur. Walker, the recently-appointed presiding elder of the San Francisco district. Twenty-fourth Avenue Methodist Epis copal church. Twenty-fourth avenue and East Fifteenth street; W. P. Grant, l. D., pastor Subject 11 a. m., "The Great White Throne"; 7:30, "Overcome Inher itors of All Things." Norwegian-Danish Methodist Episcopal church, Twentieth street, between San Pablo and Telegraph avenues; Frank A. Scarvle, pastor Morning Subject, "The Beauty and Growth of Righteousness"; evening subject, "The Slave vs. the Son." Services Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursaay and Friday evenings; Rev. A. M. Trelstad of San Francisco will assist In the ser-. vices. PRESBYTERIAN.. Short Sermons for Busy Readers "LOOK AHEAD" "FontiUn; the things which are behind, ami stro4hing forward to the tilings which are bofore.' Phlllpplana 8:13. "I stand upon tha threshold ot two years, . And backward, look,- and forward strain my eyes; Upon the blotted record fall my tears, ' While, brushinf them aside, a sweet surprise Breaks like a day-dawn on my upturned face, As I remember alt Thy dally grace. "Thou hast been good to me; the burdened past Thou hast borne with me, and the future days Are. In Thy hands; I tremble not, but cast My care upon Thee, and In prayer and praise Prepare to make the coming year the best. Because, of nobler work and sweeter rest." Yes. the old is gone, for the new Is here. What of the old, what will be the new? Dare we pause to review, the past? Some would say, "Let us not look mournfully upon the past, for It Is beyond our B. H. M, Larch recovery." For "What I have written, I have written,' the record Is indelible. However, we cannot do without our past, for that has led to the presept, upon past foundations we are building the presqnt,. anT our future Is molded by our deeds of today. It is well for us to take the retrospect lest we place too great confidence In' the past, for some of us think of and live In the times gone by, none ever seem so good -or -fruitful as those left behind, others recalling opportunities neglected or defeats encountered, are Inclined to be mournful or disheartened. But the past Is past, let all be left behind, We are at the threshold of the new day and the New Year. What Is there for us? ACADEMY OP ARTS. In the Academy of Fine Arts In .Florence, Italy, Is lie colossal statue of David of Michael An gel o, a statue which la said to be one of the masterpieces of the great sculptor. The youthful David Is not alone life-like and beautiful, but It also, by the very pose and expression, radiates power and victory. The remarkable fact about this statue is that It Is a-"second chance." It was carved out of a huge block of marble on which another sculptor, AgeTstino d'Antonlo, had begun work forty years beTore, but finding a defect In the marble ha ,had given It up as worthless. When Angelo saw the rejected marble he saw the possibilities of the piece," yes, he saw the figure of the youthful King of Israel. The New Tear gives each a second chance. We know not what It will bring forth, we cannot know. Let' us stretch forward to the things which are before us for the coming days of the new year conscious of the new" lease that the new has brought to us. -.. EAGER EXPECTATIONS. We stand at the threshold with eager expectations and bright hopes. In' Imagination we picture what the hours and days may bring forth, but let each make good use of the time and leave to God the ordering of all our days. "W know not what God holds In store. Nor what His will for each may be, , As pass we through another door J Of life's untraversed mystery.' We know not If this year may lead To shade or sunshine, Joy or woe; To thorny road, or flowery mead, Whilst yet we tarry here below, "We know not; but 'tis good to feel We cannot pais from out His care; Upon His own God sets His seal, And He doth keep them everywhere, i Then let us now, with heart at rest, . .... ' Start bravely forth on path untried; , Our Father plans for each the best, . - And He most surely trill provide.' '-- Brings Solid Comfort to Old People All winter long on the Zero days and the windy, blustering days the Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater gives them real solid comfort It saves them many a, cold and sickness for it easily warms the rooms not reached by the ordinary heat. The Perfection Heater is made with nickel trimmings (plain steel or enameled turquoise-blue drums). Ornamental. Inexpensive. Lasts for years. Easily moved from place to place. At OmIsiw fasrywAera STANDARD OIL COMPANY (CalUemla) Ml Vk Street Saa FruciM in B.ev. Harvey M. Leech Is pastor of the Lutheran church of this city. First English Evangelical That's a Fact Just the thing these frosty mornings W. W. Montague & Co. Oil Heaters Sell "Perfection" Call and see them. Established 1858. For more than FIFTY YEARS headquarters for all kinds of COOKING and HEATING APPLIANCES. 557 Market Street Opp. Sutter SAN FRANCISCO. SULLIVAN SEN T Brooklyn. Presbyterian church, Twelfth avenue and East Fifteenth, street; Rev. H. K. Sanborne, pastor-Mornlng subject. A Good Confession :- evening subject. Paul's Paradox." Wednesday, January 15. services nrenaratory to Communion. Tie First Presbyterian church, Webster street and Grand avenue: Rev. F. I Goodspeed, D. D., pastor; W. A. Horn, assistant Morninz worship at 11 a. J sermon by the pastor, subject, "The SDlrlt Within the Wh.-els." Evening ser vice at 7:30 p. m.: preaching. by the pastor. mih1f.pt. "Life Transfigured." Bible school at 9:4& a. m.: Chinese bible sc.iool at 619 Harison street at 6:15 p. m.; Christian Endeavor at S' p. m. Midweek hmvm rvir- on Wednesday at 7:45 p, m..- conducted by the pastor; subject, "The Challenge of a Great Task." Centennial Presbyterian cnurcn, corner Twenty-fourth end Talcott avenues,. East Oakland-; Rev. Herbert E. Hays, pastor- Services at 11 a. m. and 7:3U p. m. Tne pastor will preach at both services; morn ing subject. 'Tne Lw or ine opiru oi Life in Christ Jesus": evening subject. The Precious Blood of C.irtst": Sunoay school at 9:45 a. m.: Christian Knaeavor at 6: JO p. m. Services preparatory, to Communion Wednesday, Tnursaay aa Friday evenings, the coming week. Pniltv1 Praabvterlan church: Rev. Franklin Rhoda, pastor 11 a. m., preaching nv naninr. text. "Fear not. Abraham, I am thy shield and thy exceeding great reward," Gen. xv:l; 7:30 P. m., evening ""SEVENTH DAY ADVENT. The Fifth UniversalKingdom, the .W.w Jerusalem." is the subject of the discourse of the present series of Sunday evening sermvons. Prof. A. n t.h wn h th breaker at 7:30 o'clock Sunday evening. Seventh Day Adcentlst Church, Twenty-fifth afreet, between Orove and Telegraph avenue. TrtEOSOPHICAL. " ' The Theosophlcal Society. Hamilton Hall building. Thirteenth and Jelferson streets, Sunday, at 7:45 p. m.. David Swing Felter w. Ill lecture on the subject of "Our Point of View." TRUTH CENTER. Kocariagv i rum i .. --lawton avenue Speaker, Ida Mansfield Wilson. Morning subject. "The Supreme Test; What Would Jemis Christ Dor' Services at 11 o'clock a. rh. UNITARIAN. First Unitarian, corner Fourteenth and Castro streets: Willism Day Simoiids, mlnlstet? Robert Cwlijer inemotitil service at 11 a. n.: addresses. 'Personal Traits cf Egbert Cr!'we " Rev. Frederick I i Uosjner; ' Jiobert Collyer, ths Preacher," j Prof. William 8. Moraan; "Robert Collyer, the Patriot." Rev. W. D. Blmonds. Re- llglous study class at 12:15; Sunday school at 10 a. m. UNITED BRETHREN. The United Brethren church. Thirty- fourth and Adeline streets: H. H.lHaller. pastor Sunday school. :45; sermon, with worship, ll a. m., subject. "The Indwel ling God ': class, 12:16: u. iu., :au; ser mon, 7:30, "Jo'.in the Evangelist. . EVANGELICAL. The Evangelical .free church, Thirty- seventh street, near West street; B. Snkarlasen. pastor Sunday services at 11 al' m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday-school, 10 a. m.; Young People's meeting, i p. m. Prayer meeting Tuesday evening. MISCELLANEOUS. . Second Splrltusl church, 880 Isabella street, between Market and San Pablo avenue Suaday services at 8 p. m.; lecture and mewages by R. As Stltt, pastor. The Ladle Spiritual1 Aid Society will meet every Taesday night at 8 p. m. Developing services Friday, at 8 p. m. Psychical Science meeting, 529 twelfth street, Sunday, at 2:30 p. m. "Ptwhesles for the New Tear." foBwwrrt by' reading of articles and personal delineations by Mrs. McMlllen; vocal solo by Flory Mc-Clure; congregational singing, "Gentle Twilight." "He Leadeth Me," "Blest Be the Tie that Binds.". At the close of the services there will be healing by 'The 8P,r't " - ,7 , First Spiritual Church of Oakland, Athens awsnue, near San Pablo avenue-Sunday services at $ p. m. lecture and messages by Mrs. J. N. Parsons,- pastor; flower reading by Mrs. M. Oilman and others. Tuesday. 2:30 p. m.. Ladles' Aid will hold a message circle. Wednesday, at b p. m., experience ana message meet First Trinity Spiritual Church of 'Oak land, 629 Twelfth street,, holds meetings every aunaay at 7:4ft p. m.; Mrs. Cowell, pastor; messages by Mrs. Cowell, Mr. Brown and others. Divine Science Services will be held at Starr King Hall, Oaklsnd el u broom, Hunuay, at 11 a. m.; 'ourteentn and Cas tro streets. The Spiritual Thought Exchange meets every Sunday at 8 p. m. at 660 -Eighteenth street, near San. Pablo avenue; subject, "Clairvoyance and Its Use," with mes sages and life readings by Mrs. Tyler-Moulton and others. Soul Culture class meets every Tuesday and Tlursday, p. m. The First Temple of Spiritualism. Rice Institute, corner Seventeenth street and San Pablo avenue, at 8 p. m.; Rev. Flor ence C. Heckman,- pastor Subject, "The Power of Silence," followed by W. V, Bolts; message bearers, Miss Victoria Sunberg. Mrs. H. Loewen and Mrs. S. C Gorden; Mrs. Ora Maxfleld, inspirational pianist and reader; Miss M. V. Reed, piano solo. International Bible Students' Association will meet for Bible study every Sunday at 2 and 4 p. m. at Pythian Castle, Twelfth and Alice streets, Oakland. The Frultvale Spiritualist church meets In Carpenters' Hall, corner East Twelfth street and Frultvale avenue, Frultvale, at 2:80 p. m.; entranoe at the Bide on Twelfth street, near western Pacific depot, air. Brown of Oakland will give messages end a San Francisco medium will also give messages. Mrs. F. M. Place, paster. BOYS JAILED F STEALING 31 AUTOS Youthful Thieves Confess Selling Parts of Motor Cars. . LOS ANGELES, Jan. 11. The mys terious disappearance recently of 31 automobiles was explMned yesterday by the arrest of two young chauffeurs, George Nelson and Edward Frame, 17 and 18 years old, respectively. The boys confessed that for two months they had made a practice of stealing automobiles, and after dis mantling them, selling tne tires and other parts to junk dealers. They said they received only 8 cents a pound for the tires and 15 cents a pound for the inner tubes. The police are investigating an al leged laxity among the junk dealers who have been purchasing the stolen goods. Judge Willis, in the Superior Court, continued the case of the boys Until Tuesday. ' . , FLIGHT PREVENTED. -GUATAUIL, Ecuador, Jan. 11. The Ecuadoran aviator. Renella. ar rived here yesterday from the canal against cubic yards In No xnne. He complains that the Official'? vemherf Decreased rainfall and one there prevented him from carrying more working day than in November out his nroWted flight between Pan., were responsible for the higher con-ama and Colon, , ' Istruction record last month. F 01 OAKLAND RECTOR Rev. 0. St. John Scott Passes Away in South; Death Caused by Paralysis. The Rev. Orin St. John Scott of the Episcopal church who was for- several years rector of St. Andrew's at Twelfth TO NT New York Politician Mentally Deranged Following -Illness. HELIEDESAGANS SAIL FOR ABA NEW YORK, Jan. 11. There was many a sad heart among all nationali ties and creeds and races In the Thirteenth Congressional district last night when they learned that Timothy Sulli van, their representative in Congress, w"io also had represented the Bowery district In the Senate and; Assembly at Albany for many years, would be with them no more forever. It became known that upon applica tion today In part two, special term of the Supreme Court, made on petition of relatives, a stepbrother and step sister, Justice Amend signed an order committing Sullivan to the sanatorium of Ur. O. F. M. Bond. 960 North Broadway, Yonkers, N. Y. The disease from whtcTi he Is suf fering has taken such strides within the last few weeks that it became necessary for his stepbrother and step sister to make a permanent arrange ment for his physical restraint In tho sanatorium. Sullivan has become a victim of marked hallucinations, which Indicated that in the near future it would be necessary to put him under restraint. After the commission has been appointed to take charge of Mr. Sullivan's personal affairs, he will without doubt be' removed to Ahityvllle, where Maurice Barrymore and John Mc- Cullough, famous aotpre, died a number of years ago. x- . ,,a j . SIX BODIES FOUND ON WRECK ARE IDENTIFIED Prince and Princess Coming to Wedding of Helen Gould. LONDON, Jan. 11. The Prince and princess Helle de Sagari sailed for the United States today on board the steamer Mauretanla to attend the wedding of Miss Helen Gould,' sister of the princess, to Flnley J. Shepard. This will be the first visit of the. princess to- the United States since she married Prince Helle after her dtvorce flym-the Count de Castelanne. ARCHBOLD CASE GOES OVER UNTIL MONDAY WASHINGTON, Jan. 41. When the Senate committee investigating campaign funds and correspondence between members of Congress and Standard Oil officials met today to take testimony on how the "Archbolil letters" became public, the Democratic Senators were -unable to be present and the examination ,of wlt- Women who bear children and re main healthy are those who preparo their systems In advance ot baby's iDAiti t. "V. . .1,- comlnr. Unlese the mother aids six , victims of the steamer Rosecrans Dftture In its pre-natal Work the CTlBiS wreck washed ashore on North beach finds her system unequal to the dC have been brought here and identified, mands tnada nnnn If. and aha la nft-i terday; Angus McDonald, messman, ana aliments. "No remedy Is SO truly a James ..Yaats. chief cook, whose bodies helo to nature as Mother' Friend. will be sent to San Francisco tomorrow; ft relieves the pain and dlBComfort Hans Tonda. second officer; Charles d h ft t j Q ligaments; Cross, mess boy, and J. I Adams, sec- . " ... . ' , end assistant engineer: No other bodies makes pliant those fibres and muscles, have been found. i which nature la expanding, and soothes In addition to these the body of the fha Inflammation of breast elands. oiler which is adrift in the Point Adams jr.,v, . , .. . - lifeboat is believed to be that of L. Cag-, Mother's Friend assures a speedy and na. i ow.wi John Slennlng, Eric Llndmark and Fred for toe mother. Meters, the only survivors, are at Astoria hospital. WRONG MAN HELD AS ESCAPE FROM ASYLUM LOS ANGELES, Jan. 11. It required wo days for John H. Bowman to con Ince the police thst he was not the John Bowman who has escaped from the sn and she is left ra Mothers Frlona H and Magnolia streets, died in Los An-' ratt?" V'ylUm ,nd Wh a"'0 U wanted geles last Saturday In a sanitarium, where he had been taken for treatment. He had been placed In charge of a Mis sion at Englewood near Los Angeles but had to give It up, owing to his condition, the "result of a stroke of paralysis suffered a number of years ago. He had many friends In tills vicinity who will be grieved to hear of his death. His body was interred at Los Angeles.. Mrs. Scott and daughter are now with her mother, Mrs. CahilL In Fruftvale. MAKE HIGH RECORD IN CANAL BUILDING WASHINGTON, Jan. 11. Excava- tion from the- Panama canal last for burglary. Bowman was arrested Wednesday while alighting from a San Dleko train. De- spite his protests he was lodged in jail and was not released until yesterday after his sister nau identified nun, TO KEDIXK 8ALOOXS. 8ISHO.V. Jan. 11. Slsson's salffona. now numbering 11, will be reduced to six. as fast as the present proprietors go out of business. The city trustees have adopted an ordinance limiting the saloons to six, but not revoking any license now in force. CUT THE HIGH COST OF LIVING. W. H. Chapman. Winnebago, Neb., telle how he did It. "My two children had a very bsd cough and the doctor's medl- einos did them no good. I aot a bottle month was 2.111a, 81(1 cubic yards, as of Foley's Honey and Tr Compound, and before it was ail used the children were ree and cured of their courIi. 1 saved a fleeter s bill tor one zoc bonis of foicr i Honey and Tar Compound." No opiates. Wmhart'e On if Store. ' AArrtlrrsMftt. bealtby woman to enjoy the rear- tug oi ner cniia. . j Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores. 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