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TffE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
SATURDAY, MAItCH 18. 1011.
Rev. Elmer L. Bess, Addressing
Broadway Men's Club, Tells
of Needed Qualities.
SACRIFICE IS ESSENTIAL
Vfmnen Attend Snppr and I S. -Cahe
Is Fleeted. President for
health. He appreciated the feeling
which prompted the action, he said, but
insisted that he be relieved. V. B. Mc
Intjre was elected vice president, and
Dr. A. H. McCandless secretary and
Mr. Parks gave his annual report,
and in it told briefly of the meetings
of each month. He also gave a report
of the finances of the dab. In con
cluding, Mr. Parks thanked TV. "V".
Taylor and Joseph McCrory for their
assistance. Mr. McCrory has assisted !
REV. VANCE DECLINES
NEWTON, IOWA, CALL
After Ine Consideration Decides to
Remain With Local United
Inj through the month of April. The
topics of the sermons and the dates
are as follows: !
March 19 ' Paul's Early Life."
March 26 "Paul Becomes a Chris- j
April 2 "Paul as a Missionary." ;
' April 9 "Pauls Preaching (1) Jus-!
tincatlon by Faith."
April 16 "Paul's Preaching (2) The j
April 25 "Paul m Captivity."
April 30 "Paul's Character."
Rev. J. L. Vance, pastor of the Unit
ed Presbyterian church, after having
considered a call from the congrega-
: tfrTi at Vcw-trm Iatb has decided to.
him for the last two years at all I meet- , remain c g of .he ,ocal pastor.! S0ME DAY.
ings and Mr. Parks presented him; Feb 5 a mminee from the j (By Mrs. Helen K. Cramer)
" wu"',r' l'u"'l"uu-- . I.VewtOB church visited Rock Island to! Some day along the golden way we ll
reso.uuon expressing sorrow ana ttend the 6ervice3 of tEe United Pres
regret in the death of Dr. G. G. Craig. I bvterian f hnrchf and whlle here held
Sr.. was offered by Mr. Parks and a conference wlth Rev. Vanee. A
auupiea as toiiowb: .t,V, lator r March 5 R
Resolved. Thas this resolution be
The best meeting of the en' ire year
lor the Broadway Men's club was the j Dr. George G. Craig, Sr
one held last night In the faunaay
chool rooms cf the Broadway Pres
byterian church. The women were
guests of members of the club. It was
the annual meeting of the organiza
tion. Only at this meeting are the wo
men present. Two hundred were serv
ed at the supper at 7 o'clock.
At the program which followed the
etipper hour A. D. Sperry. president of
the club for the past year, was toast
maFter. Delightful musical selections
were rendered by the Friesfat trio, con
sisting of Mrs. Florence Friestat-IjPe,
Miss Frifstat. and Frank Friestat.
Rev. Elmer U Bees, pastor of th"
First Presbyterian church a' Clinton.
Iowa, was the speaker of the evening
His subject was "Success." "The qual
ities," said Rev. Be6s. "necessary for
Buccess are. first, goodness; Feeond
sacrifice, and third, heart qualities.
There arc few of us who are not af' i
success, few of us who do not wish to
attain fame and place our name high
Jn the rank, but there is a commenda
Tle way to this success, and then again
there is a wav which is not commenda-
When the fleetlas Joys of earth have
Some day. beloved, whi the silver cord
Vance Our straylne feet will And the eolden
"Whereas. God In His providence and ,..,.,. ifh, rr,,r,itt tnt him.' w-
wisdom, has removed from our midst , f. .vhiHii- nt leaving his ' mi . v.... . ,
i ho by rea- ,
present charge, to visit Newton and j
son of his lor? residence nrofession ! ! w e are naatenlna: to that land or love
coauuci a cumiiiiiuiuu ocnuo untoia.
and character, has been brought lntotne UBUa preliminary 'service. Dur- There we will meet again, and on a!
intimate relation with many of our;,nc hig ab5ence. Dr. Hamilton of Mon- OurtbvT will again be- I
members, and. whereas, in his death mo,;tn fined the local pulpit. After' hold. J
these friends and this community R Vance s brief stay in Newton, a K. A.v . . ,.. .,,
Buucii-d h loss, e n 'flattering offer was made him, whicn ; wona weary.
Reached. That this Broadway Men'hp neither immedlately accepted or With wort- chw. oh! .end them
wromernooa express nereoy its regrets j derilned Wednesday evening of this ! And let no sound of irrtef disturb the
ana sorrow at ur. traigs aea:n. rur-jWf.pk a corninjS8ioner from Newton I
ther be it xrr Vium and nreRsed unon I
thread of memorv.
For our beloved we'll
him a still more attractive proposi- j
spread upon our minutes and the were- i tjon After due consideration" and con-!
tary be and is hereby instructed to ference with officials of his church.
The semi-monthly meeting of the J
I .... A 111 ... , V.U , -
cftnri trv i ,., voin,, r-,,-. j , , , . AiiDuiienai Alliance win do utrtu .nou-
senu a copy to Mis. Nellie Craig ani , Mr Vance decided that he would not A ir, v i
rtr r. r rii- i, , . ,,. i day art er noon at 4 o clock in the Y. M.
Dr. (,. G. Craig. Jr. accept the proposed change, but would rhami pv r n fatbStin will
Another resolution, panted by Dr.!remain ln Rnck rsland. which action C" 'Pf1- .Rv;, L ; Nothsteln w"
E. A. Smith, was adopted, expressing',! t ,,nrt ' arf.nrd with the wl?hos ; nduct the devotional exercses and
1 Kev. j. 1. ance will read a paper on :
the subject, "Christian Socialism." I
was adopted, expressing ' js n hartv accord with the wishes!
to Mr. Parks the appreciation of the of h;8 people and those who have
club for hi faithful services during worked with him.
his tenure of office, and extending to
him a vote of thanks.
SERMONS ON PAUL'S LIFE
Rev. New! and to Speak.
Rev. T. E. Newland will talk at
the meeting of the B. G. M. at the
Scries Announced by In-. H. V. Reed y. M. C. A. tomorrow at 2:30. His
of nrst Baptist Church. i subject will be "The Speech and
Dr. II. W. Reed, pastor of the First j Manner of Manhood." There will be
Baptist church, has arranged a series BpPCiRi music. Tonight at 6 o'clock ;
there will be a banquet of the boys ;
THERE'S ONE EXCEPTION.
We praise her doughnuts and her pies, j (1f sermons taken from the life of Paul
Her biscuits aid her cake, i to be delfevered on Sunday evenings. ; who had a perfect record durinc the
ble. but despicable, because of the man- i tu where sthe man who s.ehs for pants ; beginning tomorrow night, and continu- J past month in attendance.
ner of achievement. Napok?on was sue 1-ike mother used to make? J
cessful in making a name for himsel
which will live down through the ages,
lie had tbe desire for making a namo
for himself and did i:. but the way ,
which he used was despicable and j
POI.IIICUN rMTUTIIFl l.. i
"Many a politician savs that be 13
working io serve for patriotism. He is i
not telling ilie truth, for if he is modest j
he will .-jiy ilia' lie is working for am
bitrr-ii It is impossible to disassociate ,
aniliition from the real motive. But the j
politician who is sincere and modest j
atid patriotic wi'.l lie successful, and1
this kind is the one whose reward is i
"It is an tasy ttiir.i; to make a name j
that will be remembered. Nero, Ar ;
nold. Booth and other apostles of mur
der will be remembered, but not in j
the right way. This i? a different sort
of success. The anarchist u- sort of;
success will live, but not because of '
good, which is the fundamental quality
for success. Goodness is a quality jf J
miccets. The kind of goodness ihai j
you can see in a man when you look at j
him goodness, ordinary, common good- '
ness. that fills a man's body and soul: i
that breates out from him in every ac
tion, and is a power: i -' iroodness will
bring immortality. men have
been successful, bu' . have attain
ed success through rottenness and
muck-raking, and this is not the kind
of success worth while. Sacrifice is
the second quality necessary for suc-
She used to take a pair of pa's,
i When they were worn and frayed,
! And decorate them with a patch
Of some contrasting shade,
And cut them off about the knees.
And take the waist in, too.
And say that they for every day
Were just the thing for you.
And then she sent you off to school.
And when you didn't go.
She wotidered what pot into boys
That they played truant feo.
Yes, still we praise her Jam, her jell,
Hor biscuits and her cake.
During the coming week evangelistic Twenty-third street and Seventh ave-
services will continue at EdgewooJ nue- Rev- w- 3. Marquis, pastor; Rev.
. . . Tv .. W. G. Oglevee, assistant. Sunday
napiist cuurcn. iunng me past w et;. , . . . , .
lacbool at 9: Id a. m. Services at
they have been in progress and have'in-4 . rr an r--n v.no- ro,. 1
But Where's the man who sighs for pants ; hotn markP(1 wlth success and interest. ' nles meeting at fi:45 n m. !
! Rev. D. H. Leland, pastor of the church, j South Park Presbyterian, corner of j
i will preach tomorrow morning, and in Thirtieth street and Fifteenth avenue. ,
i In connection with Broadway Presby- i
,the evening Rev. J. M. Osborne of Sil l terian church. Uev W. G. Oglevee
vis. who has conducted the services ; pastor. Bible school at 2:30. p ,
phis week, will preach. N. P. Tucker I m. Services at T -o n m cnn,lnrtrt'
will be in charge of the music. Dy r. Sperry
Tomorrow evening at the First Meth- j rjnited Presbyterian Third avenue !
odist church there will be th annual and Fourteenth street. Rev. J. L. j
thank offering under the auspices of j vanCe. pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 '
the Woman's Foreign Missionary so-; a. m. junior society at 2:20. Young i
ciety. Special music will be rendered people's meeting at G:45. Services at j
and tne pastor win preach on the sub .10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m
ject. "A World Task."
Tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock
the young people of Memorial Chrls-
I-ike mother used to make?
Tins, and Wed.
Are the last nights,
.loin the large crowd.
Buy a homo of Reldy Bros.
Kerier Rug company, cleaners.
Tii-city Towel Supply company.
For express, call Spencer & Trefz.
Fresh river fish at 1718 Third ave
nue. West J092. We deliver.
Try Mrs. Austin's famous pancake! tian church will conduct a service at
flour, 6ure to please, all grocers. !the Rock Island county jail
Let William Johnson do your tin and
furnace work. 1316 Third avenue.
Try Mrs. Austin's famous pancake
flour, sure to please, all grocers.
H. T. Siemon wanta your tin and
1526-152S Fourth are-
cess. Sacritlee that breathes out good
ness, but not the kind that overdoes or furnace work.
the vicious i.ind. , nue.
"Heart qualities make the third qual- '. Convenient. wholesome,
Ity requisite for success. Knowledge t good, Mrs. Austin's famous
hi power, but not as much of a power; wheat.
Trinity Episcopal church, Nine-
First Methodist, corner Fifth ave- j
nue and Nineteenth street. Rev. T. E. j
Newland. pastor. Sunday school at j
9:30 a. m. Services at 10:45 a. m. and j
7:30 p. m. Epworth league at j
C:30. Morninar theme. "Enoch. God's!
leentn street ana oixtn avenue, itev. xtor. ik a
r-"-i,-.-T u C-V. -.- . . . .3 '
n. ouduu, icuui. ouuuuj yyaiA " Meeting under auspices of
school at 9:30 a. m. Services at Woman's Foreign Missionary society.
7:30 and 10:45 a. ra. and 7:3 0 p. m. Spencer Memorial Methodist, cor-
ner Forty-third street and Seventh I
Zlon Swedish Lutheran. Forty-fifth i nn..o
Xn-mr XT' T7 O I 1 a. a
h.w-i ,lreet and sventh avenue, Rev. N. J. i Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. Preaching at'
duck- porsberg, pastor. Sunday school atj10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Junior!
9:30. EerTlcea at 10:45 a. m. and r i ...i
as that which comes from the heart., a reward of $2.00 will be paid to I 7-30 D m lc : t TT A
Thmi,roBn,,,,,ilwnPrnf!,l, 1 a . . I Senior Epworth at 6:30. Morn-1
;..h oh .,;!:":'"',: . " uwn8 .f.,w,8V r. .."l,ng theme. "True Wisdom Better than
... .w.. ...... ...u... ,i uuiaiiiuig hih'iii iu cuauge mm ueiweir, .: jifl uua Bum avenues, iiev. .. r.i- ,vom v. ii, i
all other kinds i -,r ..-e her '' n. nrl handle nnrk.t knif pinker a- t t..,,- c -t Go,d Evening theme, DoNotHesf-,
r iwu, ootj. uuu..a " tt to ltd Rlhf"
i s M,.rni... -,.f nit.hteievtt.rti . - German Methodist, corner Fourteenth ;
president of the el:ib. to s.-rve durins SAVE COSTS. Grace English Lutheran, corner For
th e year 19.11 12. W. S Parks, wh . i tv-fourth street and Sev-;ith avenue.
has since the organization of the broth
erhood beep s cretary and treasurer
i.y lajing i m laxes ow. i Rev. Ira O. Nothstein. pastor. Sunday
There are but a few more days i school at 9:1D a. m. Services at
and has served faithfully and well, was left before costs henin. 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. m Morning
nominated for the office of president. JOHN T. NOFTSKER. theme, "The Intolerance of Unbelief."
but after he had been elected he begged Township Collector. Evening theme, "The I'pper Room
that he be excused because of ill : 1 1 Z l hird avenue.
Makes the most nutri
tious food and the most
dainty and delicious.
The only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
No fussing or fretting over
is the aid to many a
Royt Cook Bool SOU Receipts Free. Send Nome end Address.
ROYAL POWDER CO., NEW VOflK.
street and Sixth avenue. Rev. William
Scboecig, pastor. Sunday school at
9:30. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. .
Free Methodist, Ninth avenue and
Fifteenth street. Rev. H. C. Willing,
pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30
Wyman A. M. E. Mission, Thirteenth
street and Fifth avenue. Rev. S. Mc
Dowell, nastor. Services at 11 a. in.
; arul Gcstheniane." Luther league meet
j ing at 6:45. Tcpic. "Self Denial."
First Swedish Lutheran, corner Four
teenth street and Fourth avenue. Rev.
i 6. G. Hagglund, pastor. Sunday school ' and 3 n. m. and 7:30 p. m.
: at 9:30 a. m. Services at 10:45 a. m. j
and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school teach-! First Baptist, corner Third avenue
ets' meeting at C: 13. English services ! ""d Fifteenth btreet. Rev. II. W. Reed,
in evening. j pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. B.
German Lutheran Immanuels, corner j Y. P. lr. at 6: 30 p. m. Services at lo:45
Twentieth street and Fifth aveana. 'a. rn. and 7:30 p. m. Morning theme.
Rev. Ph. Wilhelra. nastor. Services ! "The Fathers and the Children."
at 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. rn. Evening theme, "Paul's Early Life."
Second Baptist, corner Tenth
Memorial Christian, corner Third
street and Sixth avenue. Rev. J. K.
avenue and Fifteenth street. Rev. E. i Swain, pastor. Services at 10:30 a. m. i '
T. McFarlaud, pasror. Graded bible and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 12:30
school at 9:3) a. m. Junior Christian , p. m. B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m. j
Endeavor at 2:3') p. m. Services at: Swedish Baptist, corner of Twenty-!
1":15 a. m. and 7:"0 p. m. j first street and Fifth avenue. Rev. D. !
Serond Christian, corner Sizth street i Holmberg. pastor. Sunday Pchool a' '
and Thirteenth avenue. Rev. E. A.19-30 a. m. Services at 10:45 a. m. '
MFarland, pastor. Sunday school j and 7:45 p. m.
at 9:15 a. m., Ross B. Richhart, su-i Edgewood Baptist, corner Forty-'
pcrintendent. Services at 1 0 : 1 5 a. m. fourth street and" Fifth avenue. Rev. ;
Third Christian, Fourteenth avenue j D. H. Leland, pastor. Sunday school i
and Thirty-ninth street. Rev. E. A., at 9:30 a. m. Services at 10:45 a. ru. i
McFarlano, . :. r. Sunday school 1
9:S0 . m. i, J. II. Nichols, guperla- j Sacred Heart Roman Catholic, i
tendent. Bi !e school at 9:30 a. m Twenty-eighth street and Fifth ave-j
Services at 7:30 a. m. : DUe. Rev. J. F. Lockney, pastor. Mass j
! at 5 and 10:30 a. m. Sunday school at ' :
CectrsI Presbyterian, corner Twelfth 2 p. m. Vespers at 7:30 p. m. ',
street and Eleventh avenue. Rev. Mir- St. Paul's Belgian Roman Catholic, '
ion Humpbrf ys, pastor. Sunday school , Twenty-fourth 6txeet and Elghth-and-a-at
9:30 a. ru. Services at 10:45 a. j baif aVenue. Mass at S and 10 a. m.
in. and 7:30 p. m. Intermediate j Sunday school at 2 p. m. Vespers at 3
Christian Endeavor at 5:30 and Sen-j st. Mary's Roman Catholic, corner '.
.lor Christen Endeavor at 6:30. I ef Fourth avenue and Twenty-second
Morning theme. "A Call from Without : gtreet. Fa:her Adolph Geyer. pastor.5
the Church." Evening theme, "God In- Masa at g and 10:30 a m.
terpreted Through Man.' j St Joseph.8 Roman Catholie. correr
Alkrrn Street Chapel. Aiken street, j Second avenue and Fourteenth street.
South Rock Island. Sunday school at . jn j. j. QaiCn. pastor. Mass at ,
;2:S0 p. m. J. II. CUland, superintend- atd 10;SO a m. vespers at 7:3C !
ROCK ISLAND. llAs. ZZIvX Pr
Coats, Soits and Dresses
'E arc crowding Sprinrr out of her
retirement. These arc days when
women are eager for style hints of
the new spring clothes they will shortly
wear. For weeks past we have been busy
with Spring ideas. You may examine our
stewardship and see how these ideas have
become a flourishing garden of pretty
Tri-City women have learned that McCabe's ara
authority in matters of women' fashions and when
you buy a garment here it is not a uniform but a dis
tinctive creation, with an individuality all its own.
Among the Suits 1
at $25.00. Smart plain styles in mannish cut aa well
as many other models in more fancy cut and trimmed
effects prevail in the large feseartment at this popular
Women's Coats Sr .
coats, all the new styles of coats in serge and the new
est mixtures, plain tailored or with the latest styles cut
and trimmings, $10.0 0 to $50 00.
lMtfS.W DrPQQP(l coming In every day. Fot
JLCW JL1 CiJbt: lard dresses are most popu
lar, there are so many pretty, figures stripes, etc., and
the styles are so var ied. - .
The March Sale of China and Glassware
Among the Most Remarkable Bargains of the Big March Sale.
r I ' He enormous selling nt china dtirinpr this sale has left many odd pieces and small lots
of fancy china, selected from the entire stock. All of these odd pieces and broken
lines have been gathered in four bier lots' for convenience of selection.
There are salads, trays, vases, cups and saucers, pistes and hundreds ef other Items In beswtlwl
china. We have cut the prices freely and have not considered first cost Come early and take your
pick at 69. 4SS 19 and in.
100-pieco dinner service of
fine English china handsome
decorations in green and gold,
$25.00 values for S17.f(.
100-piece dinner set of beau
tiful thin Austrian china, reg
ularly J19.00 for S1O00
100-plece dinner servue of
flow blue decorated English
china, $15.00 value for g) 75
100-plece dinner nt of fine
American porrelaln, hamipom
floral decoration nnd usually
sold at $12 00 (or this March
Those Sample Waists Started
MflfrL a Rwcglk The ,ast sl"Pi"nt received Sat
W lin a JiWSO urdav will start the furor all over
Its a rare opportunity, ri.ht in the beginning of tiic season.
Newest 1911 waists so c'heap.
$1.50 to $2.25 waists at..RirS? $5.00 to $6.75 waists at..J52SS
$2.25 to $3.50 waists at.. St. 87 I $6.75 to $10.00 waists at..3i)0
$3.5p to $5.00 waists at
First come, best pick.
ma Ladles r.rass'ieres all the way up to
SS11QkC ?(f valuPH. for. each
9SL,H. Wir u JOU ,.ouId nuy gou uoi;ars for 5c
each or dollar bills for .'c how fant would you come?
All this week you can buy beautiful rtrassifres all stylea, mbroidery
trimmed, lace trimmed, comhination lace and embroidery trimmed in
latest models, all up to and including garments at only each
Yousr Corset Is It the Regis?
THe Regis Corset is a promise; a promise that the new
Spring gown will fit smoothly, that there will be no nti
seeminglv ridges of flc-h caused by tight bands, that the back
will assume the straight, distinguished lines of the figure of
It is particularly successful in obtaining graceful sfralghtnra of
shoulders and back, which is always the firt thin noted in the per
fect fitted gown. And although we have sought for a corset that
might have better lines, we have never f'umd anything which Is so
perfectly adapted to the fieur of the American woman.
The makers of the celebrated Regis Cornets have arranged for us
to sell a Ilrassiere for .-c all nxt wfck with every Regis Corset we
sell. Eeginning Monday a. m. and until Saturday night at 9:30. Thou
sands of women know and wepr these Kc-gi.s Corsets and we want
thousands more to know them au l this lilernl offer should crowd our
corset space all week. The hotter the eorsef. you buy. the hand
boiuer Brassiere you'll gft. Pit k your Corset, I'lck your Hra.ssiere.
You should at bast come and see the crowd.
The famous Regis Corsets all prices from $100 to $13 00 and a
handsome Brassiere with ea h one at only 5f each, TC-
Arts and Crafts
rteriutifiil line of the
Colonial and Antique of
fi'cts in a ljr:e line of
colors and patterns suit
able for any room in the
In this line of Arts and
Crafts curtain the two
color effects arc particu
larly strong, also two
tonos and plain effects.
100 new up to date pat
ferns, can also be used
for over drupe.
At per yard 15c, 25c,
30c and 35c.
$2 Cluney Curtains,
B0 pair only, Cluny
curtains, for Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday
t this low special price.
Thcte curtains have a
wide Cluney edfce ajjd
made from good strong
Hobbinet at 51.13 1-2.
Where Is the woman
who has not eaten the
McCabe's Cakes? Dellc
Iouh. pure, delicate
Women who know,
rarely try to mike rakes
at borne ativ more. Near
ly every aimuhii knows
if It comes from Mr
Cage's, Its Just right no
mistake - cost no more,
than "Home Made" with
no chnce of a failure.
xt time try us and
pee tlist we proe all we
say about our Cikes.
Ton know them, the kind
100,0'tO packiifcres of flow
er and vegetal. w seed. .
CiJk seed i,f all klnd.1 at
the lowest, price.
W! have just received
direct from Ocrmany,
two hundred beautiful sirg
ing canaries of the AndreaS
herg and Hartz mountain
varieties, fine health-.- birds
and every one guaranteed
Anireasberg Rollers, at
Extra choice Hartz Moun
tain singers, at 3 00 and
Large variety fine lac
quered brass cages S."S OO
and down to SI. 00
Fancy enameled ' ag3
fanc v and plin sha; ea
SI. 75 Jn to 50c.
Cut Glass. .
American cut glass wat'-r
pitchers in new rich dp
cut design, $."..00 for g2 CO
Slad and Fruit bowh?,
the lare S in size handsome
ly cut arid brilliantly polished
ce.Mxr $4.75 value for
Haiidled nappies finest
American cut assorted de
signs for this sa'e. fJ7?-
Footed comports in rich
cut desirn regularly $2.00,
March saie price, S1.30.
are being thort'iKhlr enloy
d by hundreds of btdies.
Mrs ;cd);inl i.;i4 so many
helpful hints hk tc the pr
par'itixn cf trKjtbsrime
dishes -- i i r-tioniit ;.l too.
por it i ! v reduce the cot-t
of liv .tii-'.
Artoour'n famous Kxtract.
Of Il'-ef c.'in be prenr'T'-d in
a hundred ways. ',t..nv wotn
en t.'niik f it as a sk'
ro'rr: a'ljufic t. F;ir from If
le )t e . 'tv day in on
of foe ii.anv ways ni yon
will if delighted with the
tiil t Is.inn r-i i!ts.
Ank Mr fiodiiar'l -She
Mrf.f! Vh'fT S'-c oi d Ave.
ent emeritus. J. 2I. Eoad, superin-
j P- na
Itendent. Services at 7:30 p. m. Oscar'
Cinden of AaguFtana seicinary wi.'i
be m charge. street
Sunday school at ft: 10.
W. B. Barker, superintendent., p. in. John KiaiA. presiding eldtr.
Church of Jesus Christ, flatter Day
West End Sunday school. 700 Sixth faints (I'tah Mormons). I O. O. F.
Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. ' hall in Iondon buildins. Sundav Mhoo'
Broadway Presbj teriaa. vomer Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at t at 2 p. m. Preaching; .-crvke at Z:XZ
!bf l.O'ii toilov. ing nrjiuiiiH servi'e. V'1
y ( ti t,iiig t -,t ili',uh s rv'ce at
It - .idllig Timi:" ! i church, OlT.
.: Twtnty-third Hreet. fi-rv : ' ,t- i ,m r.t 'ii.iu'-. v tr,., m a ,.
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