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Wtea4ay Oraata Paaa.
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cm will a, aaa it la eeasldera Tory
llkly tkat a.awtck awy a arraaci
witk a arlaeaas of Reaauala, daugh
ter of tka crowa araca. KUaakotk of
Koumanla haa bveo called tb Boat
beautiful prlaccu In Kuropv, aad the
alliance In question la considered very
desirable, la tbat It would bring Bag.
lead la closer touch with the Near
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Oread Duchess Mario of Ruatla.
! WEEKLY SERMON
A Good Soldier of Jesus Christ
By Bar. J. . BraaaaH. Paster Baftfet Charrh
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Warfare aaa stayed a mighty part national peace) conference la 1819
la kaaaaa hlstary. Tka rasa ua -- "" " ""mm
naarek -aw. tk. s-mt.rta. U tk ""t?-!
at tka drsai. U elaak of tk ' M roretold. ..x.i.her .., lh.,.
aaksrs. tk reU at atasastry aad tka
toss of Blames, Back la tka glory of
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klad. Tk glory of tka warrior
haa kea aaac from th Urn when
Kta David ted forth tk victorious
tegteaa of Israel, dowa tkreagk the
days of Atesaaaer, Csesar, Nspeleop.
Wasklagtoa, Wslllagtoa aad Lee. A
few years ago tka world leaked with
breath aad sympathetic eyo
upon the achievements of little Japan
pitted against th mighty Russia
Bsar, aad straggling tor liberty aad
th right to grew, eipaad aad wask
dishes. Tkat war meaat mask to tka
klagdom of oar Lord. Tka deepest
Interest as well as tka eallghteaed
of maakiad aaa chaered
glorlaaa victory of Japaa aad
tk aJekwaakera,
Jaat aw tk atteatlea 9t Iks
la directed to aaotker war
wkiek aaa growa oat of tka dlfer-
ketweea eallghteaed ea-
seteae aad aatil liberty wkiek Jssas
tsagkt aad th dark saperstHtetis
eoasrleaee wkiek' kept tk soul la
A.L. 01 U Wi. ..a ..u.. d. Hr! Uagkt fcy tka Mo.
signs nt tka Bradley. Harass Co,
Mi8tre.fts them. S4-St
Assuranct of keoracy
; iTa arst' ssaaiaarausa at susetiac
'iatek: is to cat a raUakl tlaw
keeper.' It makes a dtCersaae kw
Httte' yea saeaAvfar.a watek. K h
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however, laeipeaslva wateaaa.! raal
merit. .Tkeaa ara
slaipla Uasa, aa4
Urn keepers. Other ahaay,
ottea ap ia a awy way are aei
word oarrylag.
Wo kav toaraad ky years f a
perlaae t dleUaguisk betwaea tk
or awaas, aaa . wa ww
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weary, t war. Tk bloodthirsty of
tk paaa seemed aearly tatiaaad. A,W
ready w saa'seeithe-eomlsg of tka
tlaw when "tka eommoa seaie tt
meat wHl koM a fretful.' reslsi la
aw, aad kladly esrtk shall slumber
tesked la. a aalversal Jaw." Brvte
ferae .Is passing away, a'trae Ideal Is
wlaalag Urn wayriato tka hearts of
maa. "Peaeeoa earth, goodwill to
maa" la aow a promise of no Idlstaat
fatara.
With tk setabMehmeat of later-
old foreteld: "Neither shall they
learn war aay snore."
Yet there Is a wnrfara that shall
continue to the end. Though con
flicts upon tented aelde aad embat
tled knights shall cease, there will
still go on the struggle of the human
heart, for the mastery of Its worst
self. Addsd to tka united efforts of
the choicest spirits of our race for
tbo redemption of the world from the
black battalllona of unrighteousness
aad death. Tbo Christian warfare
thnll continue until Christ shall be
crowned King of Universe; not by
force of arms on bloody battlefields,
but by the scepter of Dlvino grace
and love. In this tent the warriors
of the cross are called upoa to be
good soldiers 'of Jesus Christ. The
success of the campaign depends up
oa tk quality of tk aotdler.
Tka maa behtad the cub mesas
mack for Christ's eeaquest. The
soldier Is called oat from his walk la
life. He gives himself to bis duties.
The Christian soldier is cslled out
from the world to do service for
"King Emmanuel." H la aot called
to "flowery beds of east," but to
actual servles. , Oae roaeea wky th
Christ Ua lias Is as of tea weak Is that
the sotdlernre trylag'to lead .double
lives. They 'are trywg to Bght for
Christ .with oae band and to bug the
world's plsasure to his bosom with
the, other. It can't be done. If we1
try to compromise wa will be lover of
pleasure .rather than wversref God
1 11. Timothy. 13-4)' have aa' fallow.
ship' with. thaftiafaithBl workers of
darkness. "My people shall be a
separate people." sayatk ths Lord.
I'reebltetlaa Church
IMno and Third directs.
Hev, J. B. Stubblefield, paslor.
aimilsy Khool at 10 n. ..
Mason Kuperlnlendeut.
Christian Kndsavor at TtM. Krassi
Nail, president.
I'reachlus: at II n. m. anu in
p 111. by uie I'asior.
Morning subject, "TM nowi-
PW. .
Evening subject, "Tiie insme.
I'rnycr meotlng at 7: SO I'. Wed-
ucsdity nvcnlug.
You are cordially Invited to nueno
nil tlirso servlcta.
o-o-o
Clmrt li of tlio Redeemer
Dr. Henry Collins, rector.
Services at tho Library Club bulld
log, Main sireel.
Morning service and sermon, at
11 a.m.
Sunday school at 3 p, in.
Lord's Supper, first Sunday of the
month.
(lulld meets Friday afternoons.
IUI t'lmnli
Klslitli and Canal streets.
J. 1). Ilrondel, pastor.
Suuday school at 10 a. n. . U R.
De lJ. superintendent,
(reaching at 11 a.m. and 7130 p.m.
Morning aubject, "Wake Up."
Special revival services at 7:30.
Oood music.
Cordial Invitation to nil to wor
ship with us. A hearty wclcomo to
strangers.
Church of the Hacred Heart-
Corner Wordea avenue and Donald
street.
Iter. Wm. McMillan. 8. J., pastor.
First bum, with short Instruction,
si 8:30 a. m.
High mass, with sermon on th
aospel of the Sundsy, st 10:30 a. m
Sunday school at 9:10 a. m.
All ars cordially invited to attend
tiraca MetkotttM tfahceaal Chareh
Corner Tenth and High streets,
llev. Oeo. II, Kcese, pastor.
Sunday school at 10 a. m., Oeo. J,
Walton, superintendent.
Dlvia services, 11 a. m. aad 7:30
p. m., by th pastor.
Junior League at 3 p. m., Mis
Lucille Waldroa, prealdeat
iBtcrmedlate League at 3:30, Miss
Lucille Waldron, president.
cpwortu league at !30 p. m
Stanley Wood, president.
Class meeting at 13:10.
Special announcements
Mornlpg theme, "Up to Dsts Kias
folk of Jesus Christ."
The Rev. It. E. Dualap, D. D of
Ashland will preach at night. Tk
Holy Communion will be adminis
tered. Cordial welcome. Obliging ushers.
Oood music.
Christina Clinch.
Corner Ninth and Tine streets.
Sundsy school st 10 a. m., B. L.
Elliott, superintendent,
Christina Endeavor at 1:30 p. a.
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Accident and Hsaltb Insurance that
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Pat your faitk Jast
'Bly'a Cream Balta" aad year sold
r;aatarrk wm aaroly dlsepaaar.
Henry L. Jaaes, assistant chief of
the Latln-Americad division of tb
state department, has sailed for Ecua
dor, where he will represent the Unit
ed States government la .a suit be
tween Ecuador and the Guayaquil ft
Quito railroad, which Involve more
that 11,000,000. H is to arbitrate
the claims of the railroad that th
Ecuador governmsat should ear this
sum for damages to ths road during
(t revoiuueas,
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