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Fifty Years the Standard
Improves the flavor and adds to
the healthfulness of the food. •
PRIORE AKING POWDER O0., OHIOAQO.
TO A. L. U. UNION
1WO THOUSAND SHOEMAKERS IN
SAN FRANCISCO WOULD EN
LIST UNDER BANNER.
'Frisco Workers Do Not Like Policy of
National Shoemakers' Union and
Would Leave That Body.
Word has been received at the headquarters
of the American L.abor Union, in the I'ennsyl
vania block, to the effect that 2,ooo men,
women and boys, mulmbers of the Shoemakers'
union, San Francisco, wish to withdraw from
the national organization and conie into tie
fold of thle A. i.. JU.
'lThere are eight large factories included in
the seceding party. The Shoemakers signify
their intention to apply immediately for a
charter in the A. L. U.
The local body of San Francisco is dissatis
fled with the policy of President Tobin of the
National Shoeworkers' union, and wish to fol
low the lead of the St. Louis unions, which
recently came into the A. L. U.
A magnificent display of Ozotonic in
Hennessy's Grocery department windows.
Don't fail to notice it.
LITTLE ITEMS OF NEWS
OF THE GARDEN CITY
Missoula. Dec. 3l.-The South Side
Whist club met with Mr. anld Mrs. M. M.
Joyce last night.
One of tihe most delightful of straw
rides occurred last evening when Misses
Aver, I.eta May, l.illian Sherwood, Ethel
Ambrose andl l)aisy Kellogg and Messrs.
King Garlington, L.awrence Goodburn,
George and Glenn Ambrose and Will
Dickinson rode around the suburbs of
Missoula to the music of jingling hells.
After the ride supper was served at a
Hon. 1T. H. Carter, ex-senator and rep
resentative, and prominent republican poli
tician, was in the city yesterday.
Dr. W. P. Mills, who was injured re
cently while driving, is able to be about
and has returned to his ranch on the 1.olo.
Miss Grace Burrell of Marysville is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Mason.
Charles Halls is in Deer Lodge on busi
There will be services in the German
Lutheran church tomorrow at to a. m,.
Rev. Gustave Mertz will preach.
State Veterinarian M. E. Knowles re
turned last night from the Bitter Root,
where he has been examining horses in
lumber camps, and found them free fromt
H. p. Moore of Seattle, a former resi
dent of Missoula, is in town renewing old
acquaintances and looking after his ranch
interests in this section. He is practising
law in the Sound City.
Men of the
Now is the time when the male mem
bers of Butte's smart set should look
with care through their wardrobe.
It's the season of fashionable func
tions, and the proper things for after
noon and evening wear demand care
ful consideration. New Year's calla
are to be made, and call for a strict
observance of fashion's latest man
dates. In this connection we call your
particular attention to our exception
ally complete lines of Full Dress Re
Shirts, Ties, Vests,
Gloves and Mufflers
Most of thenm being not only the latest
creations, but in styles and patterns
under our exclusive control for Butte.
Hatter and Furnisher
Successor to Smith & Mattingly
117 North Main St.
GETS $2,000 AS A
GIFT ON CHRISTMAS
St. Paul's M. E. Churcch, South, Re
ceives a Handsome Donation
One (o the pleasant things which Santa
Claus atided in btringing to St. I'aul's M.
E. church, South. in this city., was $-.noD
as payment on the church debt. 'This
church has been unlder a great disadvantage
ever since the new edifice was built sonmi
years ago, but owing to to te generosity of
the public and the hart work of both menl
and women in the congregatiotn, the debt
will soon be entirely paid.
Rev. Mlr. Bergin is the pastor, and since
his taking charge of the church this fall
a new spirit has been ilfnused andt the
church is taking on its old stability, adding
nlemlbers to its roll atld the various so
cieties within the church are progressing
and growing in interest.
MORMONS HOLD CELEBRATION
Mark Christmas Season With a Tree
and an Evening of Dancing.
The Mormon congregation of this city
celebrated Christmas in the church in
South Butte last evening. After the close
of church services all adjourned to the
hall. 38 East Park street, where a greater
part of the night was spent in dancing.
At the church a Christmas tree, laden
with all the delights of the season, was
enjoyed by the children of the Sunday
school. Every child received some pretty
gift. There were also recitations and
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints is in title condition in Butte
and the ntemtlership is constantly grow
ing. The officers in charge are J. V.
Leonard, president; G. A. lHunter and G.
W\V. HIulse, elders. Elder U. W. G(;range
of Helena is a visitor here at present and
was present at the festivities last night.
GOING ON IN PHILIPSBURG
SPI'ttIAt. TO 'rttE INTtER MOlSI NAIN.
Philipslurg, Dec. 3t.--Fred Malette of
Granite left today for a vacation at liun
ter's Hot Sprinlgs.
County Assessor \\'illiamn Enuderlein re
turned last night fromt Butte.
The machinery for the new mill of thile
Milwaukee Gold Extraction comlpalny at
Red Liott has arrived and will be ..auled
to the mnine at once. The mnill will he a
cyanide proposition, with a capacity of
treating too tons per day.
It is expected the plant will he up and
ready for operation early next stttnnier.
Superintendent G. II. Savage of the cotm
pany is here superintending hauling the
mnachinery to the mtillsite, 18 miles distant.
NEW UNION HOLDS MEETING
The ltoitblacks and Porters' nition hielt Its
first regular meeting last night since organiza.
tion, at .w6 W\est (;ranite street. Election of
officers and d(iscushing questions t affecting the
organizalion anld labor in general were features
o. the first meeting.
The union was addressed by U. C. tRoss, who
gave the new organization advice as to how to
be successful in the tundertaking. The officers
President, J. C. Allen; vice president,
Charles IBlack: vecretary. J. II. Wilds; record.
ing secretary, George Smith; financial secre
tary, Osborn Fenner; treasurer, C. C. (t'iamlp
bell; inside guard, Ed Ilughes; ioutsidle guard.
Ernest Mtay; delegates to 'tradles and Labor
assembly, J. C. Allen, WV. Reed, tishborn Ien
ner and J. II. G(ordon; business agent, \Villiam
The meetings hereafter will he held in the
Pennsylvania block, on \We\dnesdny nights
The financial secretary, business agent and
treasurer were ordered to give honds of $Soo
RUNAWAY ON PARK STREET
A horse attached to a delivery wagon ran
away on West Park street yesterday afternoon
and near the corner of Park and Academy
struck the carriage of ])r. Trainor and his sis
ter. One wheel of the carriage was torn off
and the wagon also slightly damaged, but no
other harm was done.
JOHN P. SCHMIDT FILES BOND
Hieletna, Dec. 3i.-- The hond of John 'P.
Schmidt, the new state land register, who will
succeed T. ). . Long tomorrow, has been filed
in the sutn1 of $tO,oom) with tile tUnited States
Surety and GtIaranty company of Ialtimore as
IIousekeeping is easy
enough, so far as Schilling's
tea baking.powder spices
coffee flavoring extracts soda
go. They are moneyback;
make no trouble to anybody.
BE WIDELY MARKED
IAJORITY OF CONGREGATIONS OF
THE CITY HAVE ARRANGED
TO SIT THE OLD YEAR OUT
Exercises, Social and Devotional, as
Planned, and Who Are to Con
duct the Services.
Watch night services will be held in
many of the churches in lButte tonight.
These will begin in some of the churches
at 7:1o o'clock, in others not until t
o'clock. The programs for the evetingg
vary, so.t hbeing entirely of a .osocial Ina
ture while othellcrs are re.ligious and yet
others have a Ipleasant asso.rtmtnl t of bothll
social an|d religious.
In the CI tertville I. , l. church of which
Riev. .r. II oc king is pastor, there will he
a me'ti1ng of tilhe l'pwotrth lk agtue at 7:3 .
)1tlicers for the year wlll he installed and
at progra.1 ooitipiosed ot songs, recitationsl.
readings and music will he enjoyed.
A.\mo1ng lhose on the program will he l Miss
Kate \oorn,., .Jlennie Ilawke, I lla lD n
stan, W, i1. Jo. ll.s. J. 'l'allack, Marguerite
Davis. Nicholas ()pie, John tohi. Mamnic
Pope. \\ illiam Richards, Harold Jennings.
In tl'e tahllau ill i h Mi.sss I.illit Ilaidi
and lei nic l y.
.At , o'lock Rhv. Mr. lhavard of the
M ntain Vir.tvw M. I' church will cnl
duct the su i ices andil deliver a .lshort a
drvss. After this thiert will hli a social
session, and i fro.l i t to iidinigltt devo
tional servicevs will he chul.
At Christian Church.
Arrangemt'nt have hiern imaide to have a
social session uiit ing tithe liist part of to
night in the Chrlistian church wiith an
oyster supper an liater service will IIh letl
and a short sermon pr.tachllcd y .ev. .Ir.
which tchangei every hillr. ai.l at to o
o'clock there will he a trot ing of the Stiu
day-school hiard witll tlectiont of tficevrs
anl teachers for the yelar; iIo it ii o'clock
a social hour and fruit it Io a ot' clock Ii
program of brief addresses, music, songs
anld readingsliIg' closing with devotinial ex
Finnish and German Lutherans.
In thie Fintish church thet i;eriian
Lutherans will holi services toniglht at
7:3. o'clock. The Lord's super will be ad
At Mountain View.
Services will begin at q o'clock in the
Mountain View NI. E. church. D)uring tlhe
first hour R'ev. Mr. Iloiking of Trinity M.
E. church will be in charge and deliver a
sermon. The next hour the Epworth
letague will be in charge and a program will
be given from it to iz o'clock. Rev. Mr.
lovard will deliver a short serumon and
close the services with convocation exer
At St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal.
St. Paul's M. I. church, South, will hold
services bieginning at 8 o'clock, lasting
BEGIN SERIES OF SERVICES
The Methodist church in Meaderville
began a series of revival nmeetings laist
night under Rev. Mr. ('rouch, who is pas
tor of the Walkervillc soand Meadcrville
churches. The sermon last night was by
Mr. Crouch, anid the subject was '"Self
This is the first of a second series of
ntcetings. The other was given in Walker
ville and tet with great success. Judging
fromt the large attendlance last night, there
can he no doubt of the success of this
series in Meaderville.
DEATH OF RAILWAY MAN
ýl '|l l'.A1. '141 'i II INTIl t M it' NTA I IN.
Kalipll e llt, Iie1. The corone it iy es lti.
gating today lhO death of V. V. 't*:ary, l l. t.
an1t roadmlahter of the Kali-pell division ol the
near Pl l o . tlaltion, a short dilt e lll ast l io
Ihe wi, ridtig tin a "pirteder" wilth lSection
Iorliriiniii Juolihn l tilloti, idt were goinig thrliough
Sd"ep ruin a curvel whien the \VWesthuliii
psselllger trai;il srllick theim. (;i;iry 'was
hlurled against the sides ofi the cut iand in
stanlly killed. DIillin was badly hurt imtllilay
Tlle ldead an an aIrglv' eln d l tol thler and
sometti nmirriled sister. livinlg hre.
WANTS THE ESTATE DIVIDED
Kalispell. Ive. . C. IE. Coinradil, Jr., has
petitionedi the ditri-ti court to nullity the pro.
vision tof the will of the late (. I. ('o rtil,
that ilth I teintle oif the dead mnillionuire lie not
uindividedil for ii years, ior until the youngest
child and heir libecomes of iaget. The petititoner
is diesirous of having the estate divilded atl a ite
anid asks liito have lthe held in trust tealtire of
the will set asiile as illegal.
TO HELP BILLINGS CHURCHES
itPECIAi, TO Till. INTIt SOIt l'N'IAIN,
lIill igs, Ilec. 31.---'lThe nilllnagemel nt of
the I)onovan-Mc(torlick u tore hlis imail a
lileral offer to the local churches, agree
ing to allow thlen to have the plrofit de
rived fromll the sale of goods ill the store
for one week front January Ir.
All of the churches will particiliate in
the proceeds. Each day six younlg ladies
from the differentl churches will assist the
regular force of clerks.
The undertaking is a inovel one and is
expected to yield the chuirhes a halndsolme
sumil. Everytllhing will lie sold for cash
only during the sale.
THEY ATE HIS BIVALVES
lHelena, Dec. 31.- A nlovel suit is ilp for
trial in Jtustic; of the IPeace Ueece's court.
George Foote is suinlg Carl Weiss and
George Mudding for $iSio damlages for
eating oysters he had ordered for himself.
Hie claims he ordered the bivalves ill a
local saloon and they were placed before
himt. lie fell asleep, and during his slum
hers t e others ateir thenl. When he made
complaint, lie says lie was ejected from the
Annual Ball Tonight.
This is the night when the Robelrt
Emmett l.iterary society will give its
annual ball in Hibernian hall in Center
ville. There will be a long program of
dances and the reception committee states
that everyone will be assured of a pleas
VOTE DOWN NEW
A. L, U. STATUTES
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EM
PLOYES DO NOT APPROVE OF
SECTIONS OF LAWS.
UNION ELECTS OFFICERS
Thomas Foley Becomes President and
Carl Cornelius Is Re-elected to
the Vice Presidency.
At the meeting of the hotel and Rer
tnurant Enimlo)rs' union No(. 2 list tnight,
I two sectioiin of the towt 'on.titiution of
the At1lericii .1 abor iunion were voted
downI. The ,ectii'n relating to the coin
puilsory sii.,scriltinil to Ithis 1Ameicrican n I.a
hsr '11iiont hoirnal wa. il.otihins to the
rµi.. ivitatliult, a. .va also a i 'tltion rte
latinll tio an as. ."~ itet' for the di .f.cinse
luu pi. The r lma1i1 cr oI the ctitit-ii t utioin,
.wa: a;Id.ped a.I11,.2 n11 1111on'11 \ly',
h It o.Ic ti r tl. .h'.'tcd at : l'r . t,hllelt
I'ho I.; l ey Ie'; S i.ce pi tlidi t l atl ,u lr
Ih 111, t I. t N. I til il r lco o ltu . A1(l cy. \
I., \Ii \ il .,o . Ir electt tl tii 111. er, i . 1'.
t I Ihorni, re t'l t'a l ; truslt . V. I'oi.t,
"lmk iMoore and it, I'.. ti; alli.avi d, l
I n.t's at ilh r lil w TrI a h's uii l Il abor
.os,? em ly, F. \. . 'ronin, 'T'hana1 s I .ley
t,.n, (h,t, h'., Il ter',n, ,1Jt Fr 11 \\ n'o,, ;
Suiin i-cn. a Iii F. W. Cronin. unlii.iit uivi
II i ,11I illt ; rlr · I ,I -u, I ' l tlil, i-t I l
Promptl fork by D'parttmck cont Saves
F. W . ' o in. V. lo,, at1 al ('. 11 Cou liin.
.\ conu itctr' wt,1. appoilnite to collect
r Surface Workinll s ofr the Mine lI.t
iore to other nionts who ti-ui wilu to
iwlti tl here. T ll I iot' l u ;l u It.stlln, tit
1 l' 1, yd1 ' ' u n io n r, 1( ,n tly p1 r lh a a,; d a fu ll
-t111hil f i chair, and thle l s uaIIl it isf lit
co. · rtthat 11 1 the city,;l tan til- tirtltc set
EARLY MORNING FIRE
Prompt Work by Department Saves
Surface Workings of the Mine.
Flire ul ulrkie onl in the machinle uhop i
lthe' I 'arr t ine tally thiss . u 11,oi li1g anid
ill of the i inltr . . ' rl lc t ii l lllinr n tit c he
part of the lilt, d a.rp;'lnl tl, however, pre
vnu l thd Iii spr ialof thI l rla s nit d it i, ht e
l t.ved thiulI the l s will nt heli very hI;eavy.
iit iian tage :iis no tt sulliicin t i interfere
Th ie fir i tils 1ntoin sd to the lnorlhei stt
polstion of the h;e'hine ihiop and iwas
quickly brotlght eit er control, othlluterws
the lh.pI an.d ilhe hlksmith ishop ljoin
tig would have, hbitn dei.troytd :1d the
IIane. wouhl have spreadl to. the e1ngilne
rooml, hafit lihouse ld ofther s.litr lace wor
The origin of tlhe fris unklown, but it
Is believed that saleceti - wires were re
spo. ,ible. It i, thought that the ma
chinery in the shop is not seriously dam1
BARTENDERS' UNION ELECTS
The Tlarhe1der ' union hehd a meeting
ast night aed elected the followiung offi
co.rs : 're -adent, T. J. t a'hlerly ; vice
president 11i , Melordie; triaurcrl, F. M.
Kunz; secretary, Robert S ulnehrs ; btuintlss
agent, . iL .. .Miller; inh pet tor, Ie. J.
('hit ler; u;ud. .lame, yena; trust...s, J.
II. Rooney. Matt Slater and M. J. Adams;
delegateis to central body, i '. .. Mt iller,
W ill Nuadenac 'her :aod T"litlore Vande'r
tburg. the alternaites of thilt luer are Max
BHrger, II. .M1Mordie and Chris Saxhan.
Dr. W. If. ilaviland was elected physiciani.
SAM DEBBBER IN BASTILE
Su.si l)butlr, one of the i ule iiii pli;ttltd
in the ii1sagherty ,couth1trfyitiig cah e
Itu i-ol two yellars ago, was taken from theit
1 'Pi p "'ree salo n toll l . t Pal k s l 'eet to
the county jail list night to be cared for
by the comity.
The m ian was found blluding hadly froms
the nose by (Hlicer ('M 1ian. l ounly l'hy
sicia, Io11nn1elly attend1ed hit a,,I suc
ceedcd in .l.hlckinug the ' flow of hlo dl.
It is exp cta ,l Thal I) ulieb l r will be sent
to the colully hospital.
SCHILLING STORE THE
PREY OF BURGLARS
TIhe Schillingi cigar st(,r on West I'ark
l'reet was entered by btuirglars early ye.s
t,'r:ily tllorning ind goods to t(he value of
;nltit $ ;5 carried away. 'Ilhe rolbery
was discovered by Mr. Schilling wshen. Ihe
,opened the place for Ibusiness ill the morin
ing, andil he at once reported the matter to
the Ipolice. ItDetective M.irphy began an
investigation, blut tip to the 1 iretit tlio
clew to the guilty party or parlies has bern
Enltrance to the store was effected
through a rear door, thei door being forced
with a jimmlly. fhe first thing to attract
thie attelltionl of the burglars was the cash
register, from which about $t in stamps,
but no cash was taken. 'he showcase was
rifled of the mnst valuable articles, such
as pilpes, cigar hilders, etc., but the stock
of cigars was left untouched.
A snit of the Anacon',ida ( opper \lining coin
p,:ny again-t 1'lizabeth A. , rlio wi t, wa d i.
,int l by the plaintills ye st rdy. 'lht, 'ilt of
the lIig Islackf,,t Milling c,,hrmp y again,,t
ielia Itln i iandt oithers was also dtisinissed :n
motion of the plai Ihiitfs.
Children that grow too fast
and those that seem hardly
to grow at all, both need
It gives that rich vital
nourishment which is the
secret of all healthy growth.
It rounds out the long limbs,
and helps childre.q to grow
without using up all their
strength in growing.
Mothers ought to know
more about the wonderful
help which Scott's Emulsion
would give their children.
We'll send you a saumple free upon request.
SCOTT & DOWNE, 409 Paul Street, New Yorlb
CLOS[ THEIR DOORS
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
You are hereby cautioned, at the risk of
mental discomfort and serious financial loss to
neither commence or conclude the purchase of
any article of furniture, carpets, or other house
furnishing requisites, until the opening of our an
nual clearance sale, beginning next Monday, and
continuing until we have sold lifty-nine thousand
dollars worth of goods. In anticipation of this
event and to allow Us time to arrange and mark
down our stock we shall close our doors to-night,
and they will remain closed until Monday next at
1t a. im.
Comnmencing at the opening hour Monday
morning we shall inaugurate another o' our profit
annihilating bargain events for which you will lind
no parallel in former Butte happenings ---save,
perhaps, our own sale of corresponding date last
year, which was beyond doubt the most rapid sell
ing to and perfect satisfying of customers ever
known in the state. In expectation of another
similar rush we have provided extra help and bet
ter facilities for quick delivery, hoping thereby to
avoid a repetition of last years only disagreeable
In conclusion, we have only to say watch
this space, and buy as early in the day as possible.
Thanking you for past favors, with compliments
of the season, Yours truly,
1HE BROWNIHELD-CANTY CARPET CO.
Installment Plan Home Purnishers.
48 to 54 West Park, 41 to 43 West Galena Street, Butte.
Our Cefice Will be Open Saturday for the 11ccommodatlon of
h Those Who Wish to Pay Their Hills.I
Owsley Block, Butte. -
CLOSE YOUR LEDGER FOR 1903
'lake ne inventlrry fi yolllr apaltihl nillt w ,nl w th il sll im.llllt whlhr tl lr Intt y ur
)alanlce i% on Ihe right oled li l l h I ldti ,. tlive • yo, " ,rldl ill knII wI . l .rled ,e an ld pt tt.tI ,,
xptllullnc ' dulrini the y.ear
SW ily nIlt anli to yoiill pilriiintI w ith Iy inllVI. in inl t p l.ntuil I mun~ s rn t Ilinll
W e tf' tr yio n th)' , et h n s lhllni tl t hii. ()Itu gaitnlii t i u lt l li lt t g pa ,ti n. I nII ':I tt
slow, Either dlty or tight t. huul.
' Estabilshed 1890. Phone 68:1-*. RICE & fULTON, Props.
LITTLE LEO MILLER LOST
But the Four-VYear-Old Is Able to Take
Care of Himself.
I.t,,, I1w f, h l y,,arch il tm , , .t...n 'w MIlh'r
If oII,, I , I ; Ho yllTId InIItt, 14-1;I'14- s,. arate d
1,u t11 hI , Ial theI ye.i t'l d;l y AIl l I tllt 3 , I 11 '
tS, II It Ii.' pmli.. , id3 w'a. it ki' d it i bhy ffi. t I,
I ,d t u;1kh l 'to Ilh Iliy Bill. 'h111 IlI llw V l ti ,
twl Ill lll lla lly I'hl t al wa lh' it I ,' 1 1 I t ll-"
oilta ` Ihl 3' r't1 . l w in h hlit 3 liv l ilvll a l3.3 t
Ih , 114 , I 3a 3I3,1 1V It - h33l1 31 .ni. IIm 3It 3 1 'i r
tlnk th3" b 3my l331131w3.
ARE TO INSTALL OFFICERS
The installation of the ne'wly €letedl
i3m 3ln3cr3 33f the Iutle ltiartewl ers' tli33n3
will I lhe ill iextl \Vl3llnersdaly night, alnd
inlllneldiallely foll3o wing this ceretl, llly ia so
cial sesioti will he held. lnvijtti3nls will
hie sent' toI sever;al 3n3.1,bers of ot3her or
14ganizatios3 3 i there will he slpeaking,
singing ad1 a1 jolly 1good Iliin, Hefresh
ii(nelts will be servrl.
All Flavors, for
Fancy boxes filled with
assorted fresh Choco
lates and French Fruits,
just the thing for a New
MORRIS & CO.
64 W. Park St.
VICTIM OF THUGS
BELIEVED NOW THAT MAN FOUND
IN HIS CABIN NEAR FLAT
HEAD WAS MURDERED.
HIS FLOCKS ARE SCATTERED
Little Doubt That He Was Hurried to a
Bloody End-Name of Murdered
Man Not Ascertained.
i''li IAt. 'l it 1111 INI It Mit I'N'tAIN.
Kalilspll, ID cc. .i. Accordinlg to re
ports rece.iv.ed frIom the Ilathead reserva
tion, the shecp herder working for Aingtl
McDonald antd ;lly Fruit, whose dead
body was fountid in a cabini II the rescrva.
tion, was murdered and did not die a
niatural deathI as first reported.
Mr. M]ltntall, who was here when the
news wtas first received, has hurried to
the scente of the killing. The herder was
foundil with a bullet hole in his body. lie
held ill his h;and a cocked revolver, indi
cating that lhe was trying to defend him
self when killed.
His sheep were scattered over the stir
rounding conltry, a prey to wolves and
cioyotes. 'The dead mIlall's iamtle has not
Second Masonic Banquet.
sI'PE( IMl, To 9I1 l. IN'T'lEI MIII'N'T'AIN.
Virginia ('ity, Jec. 31.--The Masons
gave the second of their lantlquets and
dances of the week last night. 'IThis was
ini honor of the old folks and was largely
I'reaching at it itl. n. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
by RI(v. Dr. (;roeneveld of tluttc. Sabbath
school at ,-':5 p . Y. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:3o
ip . I The morning offering will be for the
board of htome ilissions.
Never Lost His Hold.
An olil negro in a neighborhood town
atrose inl prayer meeting and said: "Bred.
derin and cistern, I been a migphty mean
nigger itl lily time, I had a heap er ups
and downs-'specially down-since I jined
de church. I stoled chickens and water
millins. I cussed. I got drunk. I shot
craps. I slashed udder coons wid my
razor, an' I done er sight er udder things,
but, thank the good Lawd, bredderin and
sistern, I never yet lost sny religion,"
Blue Ridge Pos0t"