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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, MARCH 30. 1007.
EASTER IN CHURCH
Programs Arranged for Appro
priate Observance by Var
FINE WEATHER IN PROSPECT
Significance of Resurrection of Christ
to Be Related Once More in
Song and Sermon.
Tomorrow is the holiest, happiest
day in tiie church year and the day
will he celebrated in the various houser
of worship with tilting special services
In sermon and in song the significant
of the risim; of the Christ will be set
forth. Elaborate programs of music hav
been prepared and the floral decorations
in the sanctuaries will bear evidence o!
Ihe joy and brightness of the day. Thi
weather promised is clear and bright
wiih normal temperature, all conducivt
to tlie beauty of the day.
Trinity 1 '.pli'inl Inircli.
The order of services at Triui"'
Episcopal church tomorrow is as fol
Holy Communion. Choral " a. m.
Processionals Hymn 112. ".leste
Christ Is Risen To
Hymn "On the R
Offertorv. "Hosanna" I. I'raniei
Recessional. Hymn 121. "The Strife
O'er, the Rattle Hone."
I aw celebration of the holy commmi
ion. S a. m.
Morning Prayer and Holy Com
munion, 1:4." a. m.
Organ Prelude. Morning Prayer
Processional, Hymn 112. "Jesus Chris.
Is Risen Today."
Anthem. "Christ Our Passover". Stee'i
Te Ileum Custam
Solo. "The Resurrection Day"
Miss Millie Reck.
Hymn, 1 1S. "At the Lamb's High Fea
Hymn 117. "He Is Risen. He
Offertoty. "Christ Is Risen"
Gloria in Excelsis
Recessional. Hymn 121. "The Sirife
O'er, the Rattle Done."
Soloists Soprano. Miss Millie Heck
Mrs. Fanny Sp'-rccr; tenor .bunt
Svrett. Lee Davis; alto. Miss Maud.
Young: bass. Arthur Quigley.
Children's Festival. '5:4.1 p. m
There will be no evening service at
SuitpiI Ileiirt Catholic.
Solemn high mass will be said
1 o : :: a. m., tomorrow at the Sacr?d
Heart Catholic church. Rev. Mr. S
basrian will be the passionist. Rev. '
F. Loekniy dean, and Rev. Mr. I. am
bert. sub-deacon. The sermon will
preached by Rev. Mr. Sebasitian. an.!
the theme will be "The Triumph ol
the Church." Bleuer-Hemonway or
chestra will assist the choir in tinder
ing the following program:
Vidi Aquam Full choir.
"Kyrie," bass solo F. J. Meehan.
Duet. Miss Alice Green. F.
Gratias," "Qui Tollis" F. J. Meehan
"Cum Saneto" Chorus.
"Ciedo" Full choir.
"Genii inn .1. I.indley.
"Ft Iiicarnatus Est" Mrs. Willia n
"Et Iterum" Mae Lahiff.
"Et I'num" Mrs. McEniry. J.
"Sanctus" Full choir.
"Uenodictus" Soprano. I.oretta Quinu:
tenor, J. I.indley.
"Agnus Dei" Soprano, Miss Alire.
"Dona Nobis" Rass, F. .1. Meehan.
The Easter anthem, "Haec Dies."
will be Ihe offertory piece.
Sopranos Mrs. McEniry, .Wire
Green. Mamie Findling. Mae Lahiff,
Loretta Quinn, Rose Meehan. Mamie
Alio Margaret Meehan.
Tenor J. Lindley.
Hass F. J. Meehan. George Canfiel 1
St. .Iomi1ih ( nlliolio liurrli.
At St. Joseph's Catholic church Rose
wig's third mass will bo rendered by
the choir composed of 25 voices, un
der the direction of A. A. Hurt. Mrs
.1. P. Dolly will preside at the organ.
Those taking part are:
Tenors Messrs. Roantree. Nor
moyle. Towl, McGtiinn.
Sopranos Misses Schmidt. Bowman
Murrin, Campbell, I.ightner. Hurt.
Altos Mrs. Casey. Mrs. Hurt, Mrs
Campbell and Miss Kale.
Bassos Messrs. Naab, Huston, Gut.
wilier. Murray. Lightner, Goetzman
Madden, Graff, F. M. Burt.
Soloists selected from regular mem
bers as named.
The offertory will he sung by Mr
Casey, and the closing chorus. "Reginn
Coeli" will be sung by the full choir.
St. Mury'H Church.
Following is the order of services to
be given tomorrow morning at St
Mary's Catholic church:
"Vidi Aquam"' Choir.
Second Mass in D (H. G. Gauss).
Kyrie: Solo, "Christi Eleison' J.
Gloria: Solos. "Gratias" Ed Wic'.i
"Domini Fili" Herman Schnell; "Qu
Tollis" Mrs. Peters.
Credo: Solos, "Et Incarnatus Est
"El in Spirituru" Her
Offertory, "O Salutaris Hostia" Hoi-
Benedict us: Soloist Caroline Elch
Agnus Dei: Solos Mrs. Peters
Organist Miss Josephine Roche.
Director Joseph Geiger.
Mriuoriiil ( lirll Ijiu.
At the Memorial Christian church v.
icred concert will be given m the
veiling. 1 tie program iotiows:
iynin No. 11!.
Xntheni "The Strife is O'er"
fenor Solo "The Glorious Morn . .
nthetn "Jerusalem" Parker-Re"S
ontralto Solo "Lead, Kindly Light"
Ciro Pinsu i
Miss Bertha Karr.
nthem "O! Risen Ixird" Fisher
Choir Violin obligate Miss Mary
nthenv "The Lost Chord". .Sullivan
soprano Solo Ave .Maria .Mascag-n
Mrs. Reiniers Violin obligato,
..them "Calvary" Rodney
Vmlieni "They Have Taken Away
Mv Lord" Harrington
nthem "Christ. Our Passover"....
Following the Sunday school exer
ises at 10 a. ni.. a cantata. "The Gift
if the Graces." will be given in tb
hurch auditorium. The program for
his service is:
Song by school.
Recitation, "Sunshine Bringers"
Song by chorus of girls.
Dialogue by live girls, Marion Co.
veil. Georgiana Brinkerhoff. Mary
"raves, Josephine Elshotir, Elsie Can
Song Primary class.
"Faith" Katherine Heimbeck.
"Hope" Marie Comhliu.
T)ve" Laura Davis.
"Orphans" Charlotte Canedy, Hoy
"Heathen Child" Ruby Lusk.
Song Chorus of girls.
Song by school.
The following program will be given
by the Spencer Memorial Sunday
school tomorrow morning at l(i;"ti:
Anthun. "Ring, Bells of Easter"
Scripture Reading .Iissie EckertV
Prayer Rev. W. P. MacVey.
Recitation Harry Hill.
Exercise, "What We Can Do" Mr
Song. "Christ is Risen" Laura Rr
Recitation. "Little Seeds" Hazel
Exercise, "Foster Messages" Mrs.
The Betrayal" Pearl
Died for Me" Eva Slo-
Recitation, "The Risen
Song. "Listen to the Bells" Pearl
Recitation, "Mag's Easter Day" Vio
Exercise Mrs. South's class.
Song. "Set the Bells Ringing" Mr.'.
Recitation, "While It Was Dark"
Recitation. "Faith and Txne" Mar
Anthem, "Hail! Thou Glorious
KnHtrr nnlntn nt Hrnntlwnv.
At Broadway Presbvterian church, at
t o'clock in the afternoon, a large cho
rus under the direction ot or. A. u
McCandless will give an Easter can
tata, "The Resurrection, by Porter.
Miss Katherine Gest will preside at the
organ. .Miss .Marion -McCandless at tlie
piano, and the soloists will be: Mrs.
II. E. VanDuzer, cornet; Miss Harriet
Cropper, soprano: Mrs. R. R. Reynolds,
alto; Miss Alma Faye Philbrook alto
Mrs. Philip Eiker. alto: Dr. C. R. Mc
Candless. tenor; J. A. Johnson, bass
and J. G. Hazard, bass. Tickets have
been issued for the cantata and are
good for only the hour printed thereon,
the blue tickets for the afternoon and
the white tickets for the evening. All
the tickets for the afternoon have been
taken and -a few are yet for distrihu
tion at the Thomas, Harper house.
Hartz, and Steiner drug stores, but no
tickets will be necessary-after 4 in the
afternoon and 8 in the evening, when
the cantata will be repeated. A silver
offering will be taken for the benefit
of Bethany home and the Old ladies'
Following is the service that will to
given at Grace Lutheran cnurch .a
morrow morning at 10:45:
Organ Voluntary Miss Lydia Sha"
Sclo, "I Know That My Redeemer
LI vet h" (Handel) C. H. Nelson.
Sermon, "An Easter Message" Rev.
C. E. Hoffsten.
Offertory Miss Lydia Shallberg.
Chorus, "This Is the Day" (John
Solo, "O. Master, Take Us Through
the Gates" (Charles Veon) George
The evening service will be a chil
lien's service, and will consist of a
do, "My Prayer" (Otillie Rctipke) by
Alfred Anderson; a selection by the
choir, "The King of Love My Shephe.-d
(Kelly), and there will be ree'ra-
ions by the children, and a short id-
dress by the pastor. Rev. C. E. Hoft
sten. I nitril I'reNhyteriHn.
At the United Presbyterian church
Rev. T. H. McMichael. president if
Monmouth college, Monmouth, 111., will
conduct the services both morning and
evening. The services will be as fol-
Organ Prelude Miss Edna Haire.
Anthem, "Let I's Kneel Before the
.ord" (Herbert) Choir.
Vocal duet, "God Will Our Streng'h
and Refuge Prove" Misses Florence
Andrews and Notovena Steck.
Anthem, "I Will Give Praise" (Mo
zart ) Choir.
Sermon Rev. T. H. McMichael. D.
D., president of Monmouth college.
Benedict ion Post hide.
The evening service is as follows:
Anthem, "Lead Me to the Roc'.
Sermon Dr. T
Psalm 77. "Remembrance
The Ei worth league of
Methodist church will hold
service tomorrow morning at (! o'clock.
The programs for the services at 10: 11
and 7: 5o are as follows:
Organ Voluntary Miss Xoftsker.
Anthem, "The Lord is
Anthem, "Golden Trumpets Swert
lint Clear" E. L. Ashford.
Sermon, "Newness of Life" Rev. i7..
Vocal solo, "Thy Redeemeri Lived"
(Manney) Miss Jonassen.
Anthem, "I Am the Resurrection"
(E. S. Irenz).
Solo. "As Sleep Takes Flight" (Har
ry Rowe Shelley) .Miss Catherine
Anthem. "The Sabbath Day Was
Song by the boys' choir.
Short address by the pastor, "Vote
for the Boys."
Solo. "The Resurrection" (Harry
Rowe Shelley) D. W. Connell.
Service nt Flrmt Ilnptlxt.
Following are the services that will
be given at the First Baptist church:
Organ Voluntary Miss Alwilla
Doxology, Lord's Prayer and Gloria
Choir and congregation.
Responsive Reading Pastor and
Anthem. ''Golden Trumpets Sweet
and Clear" Chorus choir.
Scripture Lesson Pastor.
Prayer Rev. H. C. First.
Solo. "The Resurrection" (Shelley)
Miss Luella Mae Crissman.
Offertory and Notices.
Hymn Choir and congregation.
Sermon, "Christ's Resurrection the
Revelation of Real Mission" Rev. H.
W. Reed. Ph. D.. pastor.
Anthem, "I Am the Resurrection '
(Lorenz) Chorus choir.
Postlude Miss Alwilda Y'oung.
Organ Voluntary Miss Young.
Anthem, "Savior, Brealhe, an Even
ing Blessing (Williams) Chorus
Hymn Choir and congregation.
Scripture Reading Pastor and Con
Ladies' Quartet. "Christ is Risen"
The Misses Crissman, Pettit and Reel.
and Mrs. Ullemeyer.
Offertory and Notices.
Hymn Choir and congregation.
Sermon, "The Real Nature of Reli
gion" Rev. H. W. Reed, pastor.
Anthem, "The Lord is Risen Again"
Choi us choir.
Postlude Miss Young.
I At the Edgewood Baptist church an
I Easter service' will be given at
o'clock. The si. r vices will consist of
music, recitations, and emblematic
recitations by the members of the Sun
day school. At ihe evening service
the fourth and last of the illustrated
sermons on Pilgrim's Progress will be
given by the pastor. Rev. H. B. Hazen.
Special music will be given at tin
morning services and in the evening
there wi'.I be a special missionary
meeting. There will be special music,
and addresses will be made by Mr. Ol
son and Rev. A. W. Kjellstrand.
IN THE CHURCHES.
services In ttie various ctnirches will
oe held as follows tomorrow:
Trinity Episcopal church, Nine
teenth street and Sixth avenue; Rev.
Granville H. Sherwood, rector. Serv
ices at 7:110 a. m., and lo:4.1 a. m. Su i
dav school at !i:"o a. in.
Trinity chapel, corner Seventh street
and Fourth avenue. Sunday school at
:2t) p. m.
Memorial Christian, corner of Third
avenue and 'ilteeutu street. Rev.
W. H. Clemmer, pastor. Sunday
school at !t:15 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at
C::!n p. m. Junior lagiie at 2:::o p.m.
Services at 10:4.1 a. m. ami at 7:"0 p. 1.1.
Morning theme, "The Resurrection of
Faith." In the evening a sacred con
cert will be given.
j Second Christian, corner Sixth street
and Thirteenth avenue. Sunday school
at !:15 a. m.: George H. Hull, super
First Baptist, corner Third avenue
aud Fifteenth street; Rev. H. W. Reed,
pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Services at 10: 15 a. ni. aud 7:30 p. m.
Young people's meeting at C:30 p. m.
Morning theme. "Christ's Resurrection
the Revelation of Real Mission." Even
ing theme, "The Real Nature of Re
ligion." Swedish Baptist, corner of Twenty
first street and Fifth av nue. Sunday
school at 2:30 p. in. preaching serv
ices at 10:45 a. m., and 7:30 p. ni.
Edgewood Baptist church. 447 Forty-
rourth street; Rev. II. 15. Hazen, pas
tor. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Serv
ices at 7:3,0 p. m. An Easier service
will be given in morning. In evening
the fourth and last illustrated lecture
on "Pilgrim's Progress" will be given
by the pastor. Young people's service
at 0:30 . m.
Second Baptist chapel, corner of
Tenth street and Sixth avenue. Preach
ing by the pastor. Rev. J. W. Crush
siion. at i:.'.o a. m, and ti.ni p. in.
Sunday school at 12:30 p. m. B. Y. J
IJ. at 0:30 p. ni.
German Lutheran, ci.rner Twentieth
street and Fifth avenue; Rev. C. A.
Meimieke, pastor. Services at 10 a. m.
and 7: 30 p. m.
German Evangelical, Ninth street
between Fifth and Sixth avenues. Rev.
Ed E. Klimpke. pastor. Sunday school
at 9:1.1 a. m. Services at 10:30 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.
Swedish Lutheran, corner Four
teenth street and Fourth avenue;
S. Swenson, pastor. Services at 10:11')
a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at
9:15 a. m.
Zion Swedish Lutheran, 4400 Sev
enth avenue; Rev. E. K. .lonson, pas
tor. Services nt 10:45 a. in., and 7:45
p. ni. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Grace English Lutheran, corner Forty-fourth
street and Seventh avenue,
Rev. C. E. Hoffsten. pastor. Services at
10:45 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school at 9:1.1 a. m. Morning subject,
"An Easter Message."
Central Presbyterian. Second ave
nue, between Fourteenth and Mtteentn
streets: Rev. Marion Humphreys, pas
tor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Services at iu:41 a. ni. and 7:4.1 p. m.
Young people's meeting at 0:4.1 p. m.
Aiken Street Union Chapel, South
Rock Island. Junior Christian Endeav
or at 2:30 p. m. Sunday school at 3 p.
m. Senior Christian Endeavor at 4 p.
m. Rev. Marion Humphreys, pastor.
South Park Chapel. Presbyterian.
Elm street and Fifteenth avenue; Rev.
AV. S. Marquis, pastor.
Broadway Presbyterian, corner of
Twenty-third street and Seventh ave
nue; Rev. W. S. Marquis, pastor. Sun
day school at 9:11 a. m. Services at
10:4.1 a. m. and 8 p. m. Young peo
ple's union service at 0: 15.
Bethel Presbyterian Chapel, corner
Twelfth street and Eleventh avenue.
Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
United Presbyterian. Third avenue
WE WILL MAKE YOUR
PLANS AND BUILD
FREE. WILL DO ALL
KINDS OF REPAIR
WORK. LET US FIG
URE ON YOUR WORK.
OFFICE, 1429'2 SEC
OND AVENUE. NEW
J jl " ! -j "&J :": I V
and Fourteenth street. Sunday school
at ii:'M a. m. Young People's society
at G:4.1 p. m. Services at 10:45 a. m.
and 7:45 p. m. Rev. T. H. McMichael
will preach at both services.
First Methodist, corner Fifth ave
nue and Nineteenth street: Rev. R. 3.
Williams, 'pastor. Sunday school at
9:30 a. m. Junior leagHe at 2:30. Ep
worth league at C:30 p. m. Services
at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning
subject, "Newness of Life." Evening
subject, "Vote for the Boys."
Spencer Memorial Methodist church,
comer Forty-third street and Seventh
avenue; Rev. W. P. Mac Vey, pastor.
Epworth League at C:30 p. m. Serv
ices at 10:30 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Sun-
ttay seiiool at H::;o a. m.
German Methodist, corner of Sixth
avenue and Fourteenth street; Rev. W.
C. Schultze, pastor. Services at 10:4.1
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at
9:15 a. m.
Wyman A. M. E. Mission, Thirteenth
street and Fifth avenue. S. R. Cottreil,
pastor. Services at 11 a. m., and 3 p.
m., and 7:30 p. n.. Sunday school at
First Church of Christ. Scientist.
Twenty-third street, between Seventh
and Ninth avenues. Services at 10:45
a. m. Sunday school follows morning
service. Reading rooms in church edi
fice open daily except Sunday from '
to .1 p. m. Topic, " Unreality."
St. 'oseph's Roman Catholic, corner
second avenue and fourteenth street.
Dean J. J. Quinn, pastor. Mass at S
ami 1o:30 a. in. i the evening Dean
.1. .1. Quiiui will speak on "St. Patrick's
Day." Vespers at 7:3u p. m. Sunday
school at 2 i. m.
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic, Twen-
ty-eigtuti street and Fifth avenue.
Rev. J. F. Lockney. pastor. Mais at
and M:3o a. in. Sunday school at 2
p. m. Vespers at 7:30 p. m.
ht. Alary s German Catholic, corner
if Fourth avenue and Twent v-second
street; Fat hoi Adolph Geyer, pastor.
Mass at S and 10:30 a. m.
St. Paul's Belgian Roman Catholic,
Twenty-fourth street and Eighth-and-a-
halt avenue; Father J. H. Culemans.
pastor. Mass at S and 10:30 a. m.
Sunday school at 2 p. m. Vespers at
3 p. in.
Free Methodist church. Ninth ave
nue and Fifteenth street. Rev. C. M.
Stirdivant. pastor. Sunday school ni
9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. mi l
S p. m. Class meeting at 7 p. m. Brav
er meeting Thursday evenings at 7:30
Salvation Army barracks, 1509 Sec
ond avenue. Services as follows: Holi
ness meeting at 11 a. m. Christian
praise service at 3:30 p. in. Evening ser
vice at S o'clock. Services every ev
ening at S o'clock. Captain W. Bur
nett ami Lieutenant A. Reynolds are
the officers in charge.
Free Swedish Mission, corner of
Eleventh street and Fifth avenue. Sun
day school at 9:30 a. in. Services at
7:45 p. ni. Prayer meeting Wednes
day evening at S o'clock.
Christ's Home Mission, 2202 Third
avenue. Services at 7 p. m.
Y. M. C. A. building, corner Third
avenue and Nineteenth street. Boys'
meeting at 2:15 p. m. Men's meetin?
at 3:30 p. m.
West End Sunday school, 700 Sixth
street. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m
Prayer meeting Friday evenings a'
7:30. W. B. Barker, superintendent.
YOUNG PEOPLE TO MEET
Union Service This Evening for Two
East End Churches.
This evening at S o'clock at the
Spencer Memorial church the doling
People's societies of the Edgewood
Baptist, ami Spencer Memorial church
es will noid a union service, iiev. h.
B. Hazen of the Edgewood Baptist
church will deliver a lecture on "The
Life of Christ." which will be illustra
ted with stereopticon views.
New Service to Springfield and Jack
sonville. C, P. & St. L. railway No. 7 now
leaves Peoria union depot at 4:30 p.
m. for Springfield. Jacksonville and
intermediate points, giving a through
connection for passengers leaving Rock
Island at 1:10 p. m. This service i.-.
in adtlition to trains leaving Peoria at
S a. m. and 12:30 p. m. daily.
FALLING HAIR STOPPED.
Baldness Cured by Destroying the Par
asitic Germ That Causes It.
Baldness follows falling hair, falling
hair follows dandruff, and dandruff is
the result of a 'germ digging its way
into the scalp to the root of the hair,
where it saps the vitality of the hair.
To destroy that germ is to prevent as
well as cure dandruff, falling hair, and.
lastly, baldness. There is only one
preparation known lo do that, Newbro's
Herpicide, an entirely new, scientific
discovery. Wherever it has been tried
it has proven wonderfully successful.
It can't be otherwise, because it utter
ly destroys the dandruff germ. "You
destroy the cause, you remove the ef-
jfect." Sold by leading druggists. Send
10 cents in stamps for sample to the
Herpicide company, Detroit, Mich. Two
sizes, 50 cents and $1. T. II. Thomas,
Kodol digests what you eat and quick
ly overcomes indigestion, which is a
forerunner of dyspepsia. It is made in
strict conformity to the national pure
food and drug law and Is sold on a
guarantee relief plan. Sold fcy all
AN EASTER MEDITATION.
By Rev. R. B. Williams. D. D.
Faster tide speaks to us of life, an.'
also of death. In the midst of its .o
joicings wo think of our blessed ileal
We carry our flowers and our teats v
their graves, and wonder again why
the In ave and the heauiiful and I'.k
good should die; why hearts attuned
love, and sensibilities awake to the jo-,
of life should be hid away in t'v
ground. Here are we poor waifs upou
the earth, hero with Ihe fragments oi
our existi nee, here with the niyste. ;
of our beginning and the half under
stood purpose of our being, while clear,
dark, inevitable, there rises up before
us the mighty wall of death. In through
its narrow door all the millions who
have lived on the earth have passe 1.
REV. R. 15. WILLIAMS.
Up to that same door all Hie millions
who now live are moving- N.me oT
those who have eir.ered lhat narrow
wav have come bai-k to tell us whit
back to tell
have liu: e- ;:i
u there is any
for which v. -"
How our In arts acht
of such perplexity am
we make plans ami le
finished; how we p;i
-tage i( oill caret r lo
we die, and others come
ive 111' :e
on in our
places to run through ihe same mys
i cry and hewildenm ni of change tin:
we have run. Such exi.-tence is iuer.1
ly touching upon life. It is like l':i.
contact of the living imect with t'm
surface of ihe river: its wing ju-i
brushes the sin am at one point in i: -long
career, anil then is gone again.
and that is all it has !u do with i' ; an ':
that is ail we seem to have to do wi'h
life. In the iniil.M if such perplexitv
there comes a voice oui of the Book
of Cod saying: "I am l.e that liveth.
and was dtad. and heboid. I a aii.--forevt
rmore." lieie is one who passei
through tin1 door of death and cairn
back to tell us what there is heyom"
He was our friend, our brother, lb
walked with us ;;p ami down the hill
ami valleys of .', m'ea and Galilee. Hi
was with us in our marriage trap's
ami Mood iiv our side and w pt with
us at the grave of o:-r I., loved. Hi
was our fiic-nd. our brother. He wen:
away from us. and then came back ;i
tell us of life beyond. The mystery o!
death finds its explanation at the duo;
of his ouiptv si pulcher. In the lig'.it
of his experience wo see that death I
not destruction: :t is transition: :t is
not Ihe end ot lite; it is l he untobliu.;
of it. Death unlocks the door of ihi-tlesh-house
which we temporarily in
habit and lets us out into a bight r am'
broader life. M :n i:-, not an asrmal
consisting of soul and body; he is a
.:iul ami has a holy. He mav live !n
the lunlv or out of it. as a liird may
live within or out of its cage. A v.-.usi
cal instrument is tuneless an.l silea
when there is no tiand upon its keys
ami it would remnin so forever without
the touch of the musicia i'.; lingers
The instrument may be destroyelj
whiie the inu.-ician lives. I
The body which we see am", touch j
and handle; which for a lime goes in '
and out among us witti a vissiiie pres
ence; which strangely fascinates us
while it stays, and saddens us when i:
;s removed: the hotly which, while liv:
ing. exercises over us a witchery thrr
nothing else ever can. ami when tie id
becomes more sacred than anytime:
we ever knew. this we come to thin'
of as our self or our friend.
When finally it sickens ami die. aa "
becomes unresponsive to our cries
affection we say our friend is dead
We identify the cold ami uurospon-iv.
form that lies before ns with the pe.
son, with the friend. This is our mis
take. Starting wiih this error evir
step is cheerless and dark. We must
remember that in its nature the sou1
stands complet' Iy apart from the p'n
sictil organism. Thought, feeling, coa
science, is one thing; bone, sinev
brain, is another thing. Because the;,
are intimately associated; becausi
thought, feeling, conscience, opera!
through bone, siiuw. and brain. therf
fore to say that they are of the sam.
nature, is as if one should say that be
cause light, to he perceived, pass?
through the eye, then fore light an
the eye are of the same nature; or '
cause life dwells in the plant, there
fore the material structure of the plan
is the same thing as the mysterioti
life that animates it. I know that i
is difficult, in our ordinary thinking. U
disassociate the body from the perso;:
The outward form is the most ohvi
ons part, anil is so wondronsly near tt
us, ami so mixed up with our experi
ences that we do not see exactly ho-i
it is that it is not us. It cleaves to u:
ft - : -A
V 'A. . v
aiv w'111 s"cl1 tIiac't" tuat we cannot di.
ourselves from 1t for a mo-
It interpeni nates us so that its
eel ions seein to become our very ov:i.
When it goes we go; when it is sick
we ate sick; when it convalesces we
recover. Oxvgen ami hviirogiii do not
more clearly blend in the dewdiop
than do we with this material form.
Yet nothing is more certain than tint
they are i wo. completely and utterly
dissimilar, ami the person is the one
and not the ot iter.
Tin superficial view, the sense vie-v
is that man is what you see, what you
touch, what you handle, this shrine,
this organism. That is all that seimo
gives us. It is the view that first com. s
to us. ami the one that is apt to re.
main the strongest through life. The
child learns to look upon this frame
work of bone and flesh as its lather.
When this organism is away tr.eu
home ihe lather is away; when lies
body is sick aud in pain the father t;
suflVi ing; whs ll the pulse ceases 10
beat in ibis body, and the limbs an
Miff and cold, ihe father has ceased :o
lie. We forget that tile body and spiii'
each has an identity of its own. .n
which the other has no participation.
The life of the spirii. is iis power to
think ami feel ami will; the life of tie;
hotly is its power to digest anil assimi
late food, ami build up tissue. Tic
food of the spirii is know!, ilge. tie.
food of the body is vegetable ami am
The spirit thrills wiih Ihe sense of
beauty ami goodness ami truth: the
body trembles and dilates wiih nervous
excitement under touch and soun .
The spirit grows by increase of
thought: the hotly by increase of bu!k
aiul weight. The spirit is invisibi
impalpable; l he hotly is visib!
the hotly is
as beaut ifu!
The spirit is the jewe';
ihe casket. The jewel
out of i he. casket as in i:.
The spirit is the householder; the boi'v
is the house. When the house is to
decayed for further occupancy th
loiistdiolder moves out. That is wli.:'
we call death. When the househoiii.'r
has gone out and the house is emptv.
we sav it is dead. But the householder
ives on in "the homo not made vi't
'lands, eternal in the heavens." Beai;-
lai as ihe world is it is not the bom-
tor lnimortais. Beyond the azu.-e
depths, where Arctnrus leads his sons.
intl Orion bathes in his sea of tinted
light, tlie drear Father has spiead tie-
tlowerv lieltls. and planted ihe fragrant.
roves, amidst whose innocence an !
love they shall ascend the ternit ies.
There is a lift1 above, unmeasured bv
the High! .f vears. ami all that life is
love. In lhat higher, fuller life.' death
finds an explanation, am) the mystery
ROCK ISLANDERS TO SING
Ta'ent Frcm This Side of River in
Easter Services in Davenport.
At ihe First Pit sbyterian church,
Oavinpori. tomorrow Miss Cert rude
Carse of this city 'will sing "Hosanna."
by Cravi. r. at the morning service, and
in the evening Miss Carse and Mr.
Dumlerbt lg will sing a duet. "Lift
Your Iliad Voices." by Sehiiocker. Miss
Mary Alice Williams, violinist. Miss
Hazel Munger. celloist, and Mrs. H. K.
VaiiOu.rr. cornet, all of this city, will
take part in the morning service.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers scatter
the gloom of sick headache and bilious
ness. Sold by all druggists.
We have a large list of houses and
lots for sale in all parts of ihe city;
nine are exceptionally good bargains.
S'ame your location and price, and we
vill do Ihe rest.
List your property with us if you
.vant to sell or rent.
For Rent As follows: 4, 5, 6, 7 and
3 room houses.
Schaarman & Thompson
Real Estate and Insurance, 17141.
Second avenue; both phones.
Charles E. Hodgson,
aneriran Ins. Co Newark, N. J.
ontinental Ins. Co New York
gricultural Ins. Co New York
farmers' Ins. Co York, Pa.
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forthern Ins. Co New York
security Ins. Co..... New Haven, Conn,
is. Co. State of IllinoU . . .R.-ckford, I1L
onnecticut Fire Ins. Co. of Connecticut
Office, room 3, Buford block. R&Wa
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