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NEWS OF THE CHURCHES UITI-SIIOON LEAGUE 10 ANNUAL FIELD ■lnn FEB. II AND 18 Bbrvices Will Be Held in Large | Number of Leading Protestant | R, i Churches of the City WROMINENT MEN TO SPEAK f John G. Woolley, Famous Pro hibitionist, Will Be Among the Visitors I’The Michigan Anti-Saloon league Fhas arranged to have thla year's field Sf- day In the Detroit churches tomor rowv-Feb. 11, and next Sunday. Feb. jjv IS. There will be morning and even- K in® services, and the collections will aid of the league’* work Those Kin tbarge of Jhe arrangements have iaeonred some prominent speakers for L tlie two days, among them being John P ft. .Woolley, candidate for president on $ the ticket of the Prohibition party a '■; J few years ago. Since then he has | bean active with the forces of the fir anti-saloon leagues, being located in I Jhe' Sandwich Islands for a number of KvwflH In lh!a behalf. He will not be gbelb until Sunday. Feb. 18. Where be Is to speak will be announced &]gfctr. Dr. P. A. Baker, enperlntend- entof the National Anti-Saloon league, v la coming. I fßor tomorrow, the program is as MORNING. Memorial Presbyterian, Prof. J. ‘F. S Mick; Cass ave. Methodiat. Supt. George W. Morrow; Second-ave. Pres bylarian. T. P. Bauer, superintendent of tbe Grand Traverse district of the Anti-Saloon league; Grand fllver ave. Baptist, H. H. Rood. Michi gan editor of the Issue; Gratiot-ave. ■ Baptist. Rev. A. Wood, Marine City; Centenary Methodist church. S. A. Dean. Saginaw district superintendent at .tie league; Tabernacle Methodiat chttlrcb. Grant M. "Hudson, superfn ,'teMent of the Grand Rapids district; Highland Park Presbyterian. Prof. C. H. Wodbert, of Albion college; Hnd g Baptist, H. C. Whitney, De- Jrace Reformed, Prof l.arra- Ssdale college; Mary Palmer St, F. S. Spence. Toronto. Ont.; ijptiat church, E. II Cherring- Jterfleld, O. EVENING. i*»ve. Baptist. Prof. C. H Wool ,b»on college; Covenant Pres by tartan, Pliny W. Marsh, state at tor cew at tbn league; Mt. Hope Congre gational, ifeorge W. Morrow, state au perhitaadotit of the leagne; Newland I P/babyT*rta\n mission. Rev: A. Wood, Marine City: Burna-ave. Methodist. E H t Ckerrington, Westerfleld, O.; Beu lah Baptist. Omnt M. Hudean; Ker eh#vml ave. lfetiiodist, T. P.' Bauer: Jstir»c»m. Raptlat mission. Prof. J. F. Mack; Ntnde Methodist. H. H. Hong; Fisher Memorial. F. S. Spence. Toronto. Out.: 4 Fourteenth-ave. Bap tist S. A. Dean, superintendent of the Saginaw and Bi|y City district for the •peaking of tine work of the league and its plaas. H. H. Rood, editor of the Issue wnd superintendent of thft Detroit district, weld to The Times: TTbe ultimate okject of the league is ;t» drive the saloon from every rqqare foot of Michigan’s soil and frifta every square mile of our na tional domain. Tlie slogan of the . league is. ‘The solution of the saloon problem la no saloon.’ The leagtie famishes a platform upon which all g*d ettleans of all rfirties and creeds whn bate the saloon, can stand and battle It to the deatft. Today, with 41JXHMHH) of our population living in .prohibition territory, 35.000 saloons put out of business lb the past five vegrs. 39 counties in Michigan dry, more than 1.200 soiootrfi and 18 brew-- »riea~compelled toclosev with 25. coun ting now in the light :tnd voting the first Monday in April, tbtere is Just one word that ought to ring in the ears of «tl decent cltixens w ho love righte ousness and hate iniquity, and that cMword !• ‘forward. 1 v '/The people recognize their reapon sibilities in this great campaign and the.funds are being subscribed for the work In exceedingly encouraging wgjft “I want to say, too, that the league s attorney, Mr. Marsh, is deserving of mqch credit for the fight that was in the case of Ploof vs. the township board of Bangor. In thts ceee an effort was made to establish a saloon In place of one that quit. Mr. Mgreh contended that the establish ment would be a violation of the Wgrner-Cramton law. which provides that there shall be but one saloon to every 500 Inhabitants, and that no . new saloon shall be established in the place of one that voluntarily quits, unless the proportion is less than one saloon to every 500 people. The su preme court upheld him. Now, if the ’"spirit oT the law be enforced tn De trdtt and the rest of the state, it will mean the elimination of hundreds of saloons.” PASTORS TO REPORT ON MARRIAGE REFORM The monthly meeting of the Pas tors* union will be held in the Y. M. 2. Jl, auditorium. Monday. Feb. 12, at P'leffil a. m. W. M Danner, United String secretary of the Interdenomin ational Lener mission, will deliver an address. The committee appointed, a month ago. to present some plan for -otttertod action by the pastors in dis couraging the divorce evil by refus ng to solemnise a marriage ceremony Fiwwak klthir nf ~ sobtaaeUgg r - lew has been divorced, will report at .hla meeting The Rev. C. W. Stephenson, pastor H the first Methodist Protestant hunrch, will preach Sunday morning >n *Metter than the best eyeglasses.” •tid In the evening. “Development in he Christian life." Oafty Om M MOMO QUWWE." tW Is , . j i«h!!ss?*B?£:<£- KfJSSjg?' . ',,/S, . ;;r.'cvie jTL , t-. nf-‘n"" ' fßulafn CANADIAN PASTOR COMING TO DETROIT eßbl wL * m ■ *?' JKi &■> ck wt i \ jSPm E JB'V VtS^s .1^ I v*. ■ iS|pS,«r^^i H9Rk Ibr Rev W. Uu«rriM<»>, "G, Is nia lag here from llnmllfaa. Oat., to take ••p the pn«torafe of the Fourtreath ave. Haptlal rhurrh. Me la e**ected ta avail me rkargr **f the church about the rad of February. METHODIST CHURCHES ACTIVE AND PROSPEROUS Preston congregation Plans New Parsonage and Parish House Campbell Methodist Episcopal church has been enjoying a very profitable series of evangelistic meet ings under the leadership of the pas tor, the Rev. C. E Stedtnan. assisted by Diet. Supt. Allen and other city pastors. They will close this week and resume during passion week. R»v«. L. -F. Hay field and lxu ne Car ter are having good success in the spe cial meetings in progress in the St. Claire Heights Methodist mission. Mack-ave. I .urge congregations are present each evening. Rev. 1* K. Ray field will preach Sunday evening, and the meetings will be continued next week. A letter addressed lo the Methodist Episcopal churches through the pas tors. written by Dist. Sttpt! Allen, urges the concentration of all the con gregations at the Central church dur ing the week beginning Feb. 19. when Bishop Wm. F. McDowell of Chicago, will be present lo lead the services To this end, the membership is called upon to set aside all other engage ments and give this series of meeting;, their undivided attention. ‘ The Preston Methodist Episcopal Church, Rev. Walter Fruit, pastor, Twenty-third and I*arnbte-pl. is but five or six blocks from the new Michi gan Central depot. In process of con struction. Realizing the impetus and import ance the Michigan Central’s enterprise win give this section of the city, the pastor and official board of Preston church are planning wisely for the fu ture. A much desired piece of prop erty, 55x135 in the Immediate rear of the church, extending along l,ambie-p) tc Twenty-fourth-st.. has been secured and on this the church will erect a parsonage and a commodious church house. The future of Preston church !h very promising. Kercheval-ave. Methodist Episcopal church, Kcrcbeval and Lillibrldge atea.. tinder the leadership of U F Rayfield, is experiencing a strong and vigorous growth. It has recently com fileted an addition to the church build ng. to care for the growing Sunday school and congregation. The edifice erected less than four years ago was found too limited to accommodate this prosperous society. DETROITERS TO HEAR OF LEPER MISSION WORK W M. Danner, of Cambridge. Mass., United States secretary of the Inter denominational lepers’ mission, wtll arrive in Detroit. Bunday, to spend a few days In this city, giving ad dresses in various churches on the work being done to relieve lepers. The interdenominational lepers’ mis sion co-operates with all of the mis sion beards of alt denominations and has the endorsement of the latters’ executive officers. TUc work is com paratively little known In America and it la with the object of imparting reliable Information that. Mr. Dan ner Is making his present trip of pub lic speaking. Mr. Danner will be heard first, Sun day afternoon, in the Y. M. C. A., In the regular men’s mass meeting, held at 8:30 o’clock. H* will give an Il lustrated talk on “Lepers and leper lands.” In the Pastors' union meet ing. Monday morning, in the Y. M. C. A.. Mr. Danner will be the principal speaker. Under similar auspices, he will speak In the Fort-st. Presbyter isrt church house. Tuesday evening. The Men’s club of the North Wood ward Methodist church has secured Mr. Danner for an address, Monday evening. All of these meetings are free and open to the public. There will be no solicitation for funds of any kind, Mr. Danner's main object in coming to Detroit being to give a comprehensive presentation of the work. Baptists Going Ahead. The Rev. George H. Waid. secretary of the State Baptist cenvehtion. In his report for 1911 show's a year of prosperity. His statement Is as fol* lows ? n ll haptism, an Iw crease of £O7 over 1910; Increase In church membership. 486; total mem bership. noarty 170.000 set aside for benevolent, work; property owned br the Baptist churches valued at 13.885,350; expenditures, -$28,195 less, due to fewer permanent, build* ings; $451,192 spent for the erection I of new- buildings and remodeling iLJLC, A. PLANS FOR BUST SEASON'S WORK Institution Arranges a New r - Course in Bible and Mission c Study V a I The nineteenth annual meeting of the Y. W. C. A. will be held in the association building. Thursday even ing, Feb. 15. The association ineni j her* vx ill have supper together at 8:15, end at 7:30 the program will be be gun. There will be music by the Y IS. C. A. orchestra, and solos by Mrs. Frederic Brown, soprano; Miss Marie Heinenianu, contralto, and piano num bers by Mrs. Lillian Gove Mumford. The address of welcome will be given bjr .Mrs. Charles Moore and the main address of the eveniug will be given by the Rev. J. Perclval Huget. paator of the First Congregational church. The following reports will be made: Secretary's, Mrs. Wallace Krsg; treas urers. Mrs. E. W. Pendleton; religious department. Miss Christine Cowie; business. Mrs. A. C. Angeil: educa tional. Mrs. Frauk Farnsworth; so cial. Mrs. F. T. Ranney: extension. Mrs. George Johnston; social service. Miss Jean Hutchings; general secre tary's. Miss Eva See vers. Following the report of the nominating commit tee the eletcion of officers and board members will be held and the meet ing will close with greetings from the newly-elected president. Anew course in Bible and mission study will open, Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 13. at 2:30 o’clock. The Rev. Joseph A. Vance, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, will take up. un uer the general topic of "The men who made Christianity,*’ the following subjects: Feb. 13. “The forerunner of cur Lord”; Feb. 20. “Religion builders, a comparison”; Feb. 27. "An estimate of Jesus Christ”; March 5, "The apos tolic team"; March 12. "The chief apostle”; March 19, ”My Lord and I. This Bible study class will be sup plemented on the same afternoons at, 5:45 o’clock with a mission study class foreign and home missions alternating This class will be led by prominent men and women, as follows: Feb. 13, “Animism*, the Rev. K. H. Pence; Feb. 20, "A conserving force’. Mrs. T. T. !>eete. Jr.: Feb. 27. “Hinduism”, the Kev. J. F. Fltachen. Jr.;! March 5, What to do for the immigrant ”. Mrs. C R- Wilson; March 12. “Buddhism’, the Rev. F. D. March 19. “The problem of race”, Mrs. Fred H. Kitcb; March 25, “Confucianism”, the Rev. Arthur Huston; April 2, "Non-Chris tian faiths in america". Mrs. Wm. Craig; April 9, •'Mohammedanism', the Rev. G. A. KUngman; April 16, ’Christian conservation", Mrs. Ed- Edward H. Pence; April 23. “Christi anity”. the Rev. J. Percival Huget. Anew class in the educational de partment will be started, Friday even ing, Feb. 16, at 7 o clock, on “Parll amentary law,’’ with Mrs. Emma A. Fox, as Instructor. Monday evening. Mvron E. Adams will address the Know Your City club on "Beelng De troit. The Current Eventa class, Fri day eveniug, Feb. 16, will be ad dressed by Sherman A. Hill. The Rev. C. A. LJppincott, pastor of the First Presbyterian church. Flint, Mich., Sunday afternoon at 4 o’clock, will begin the first of a series of char acter sketches, the subject to be "An drew. the ready helper Miss —Marie Von Essen will provide the music. Following the vesper service, which invariably attracts a large and inter esting audience, a social hour Is en joyed and tea is served. If ' ""V Church Notes. A special song service will be given iii Immanuel Preebyteiian church, lorter-st. and the West Grand-blvd., Sundav night, by the chorus choir, un der the leadership of Director Wil liams. “Heaven" will be the subject cf the pastor's address, and ttte mu sic be of a fitting character. The regular monthly service of com munion and reception of new members ; will be held in the Jefterson-ave. Presbyterian church, Sunday morning. In the musical vespers services at 4 o clock, which will be devoted to com positions by Mendelssohn, tlfe Rev. J. Frederick Fitschen. Jr., will speak on ‘Training the Ear to Hear." The Young Men’s club meeting, In New berry chapel, at 10 o’clock in the morning will discuss “The Power of the Will.” The Church of Tomorrow in the chapel, at 5 o’clock, will hold a debate on “Resolved. That Absolute Prohibition is the Most Feasible Soht in n <>f the Liquor Problem.’ In Bethany Presbyterian church, Sunday morning, the Rev. J. T. Black will speak on "Perishing and abiding things," and in the evening will give the fifth in the series of sermons on “Things that uplift" in * the topic, "Good government." “The law of the schoolmaster to bring us to Christ" will be the subject of the Rev. T. W. Young's sermon, Sunday morning, in North Baptis t church, and in the evening Dr. Young will apeak on “The recovery of man The Baptist Brotherhood will meet In the church parlors Tuesday evening at 3 o'clock. I “The agency of the Holy Spirit In ! conversion" is the sermon topic of the Rev. Eugene M. Antrim in the North Woodward Methodist church, Sunday morning and, in the evening, “A car dinal doctrine of Christianity.” The Travel club will meet Thursday even ing, In the chapel. Will Carleton, the Michigan poet, Mill give u lecture j Tuesday evening. Feb. 27. The Rev. Marion King will have charge of the Sunday aeyvlcea In. New Thought Alliance hall, and will pre sent Dr. H. J. Olaxier in a lecture ion ‘Know thyself," Sunday morning land Nelson K. StandHrt In the even ing. Harry Case, of Cincinnati, who I has just closed a series of lecture* will return in a week's time for a sec oud series. The Rev. Marcua Scott, in Central Presbyterian. Sunday morning, will be gin a series of sermons on "The devil —Ms personality, presence and poser hi *he series r»r S< ou will | eiscusi Satan as a person. ' "ffasj he power over men and women 7"; "la J THE DETROIT TIMES: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10. 1912. he the author of «la?“; “Can he caaee ( buffering 7"; “What is his present sphere and power?”; “What is to be his future?" Prof. C. H. Wolbert. of Albion’col lege. will give an address on “The Anti Saloon league" Suuday evening, l:i the Ferry-ave. Baptist church. In the morning “The dragnet or faith and y-maustasm tn Christian work" wut bn discussed by the Rev. N. T. Hafer. In Ht. Mathews German Evangelic a' church, Sunday morning, the Rev. Otto v C. Haas* will speak, in German on “A worthy ambition” and in the Englleh service at 7:30 o’clock, on observance of Llncoln't birthday. Hr. Haas* will speak on “Our country, its prosperity and Its peril." The annual day-of prayer of the Woman's Home missionary society of Fetroit Presbytery will be held Thurs day. Feb. 15, all day. in the Church of the Covenaut. The Rev. E. H Pehce will preach In the Fort-st. Presbyterian church Sunday morning, on "The Biblical symphony" ami in the evening on ’ When selfishness U a virtue." *’Les sons from the life of Uncoln” will l»e j the topic of the Westminster league meeting Sunday even!’ x at 6:20 o’clock in the church house Mrs t Harvey Merker and William Wat sou I to have charge. Miss Clara T. Liv-I ermore. one of the juvenile court pro bation officers, will give a talk on Work in the Juvenile court" before the Woman's association in the church house Monday afternoon. A free Il lustrated lecture on “Alaska” will b»* given win the church house Monday evening, Feb. 19. at 8 o'clock, by; Charles H Metcalf. Sunday evening in the First Con-. gregational church the service will be In observance of the anniversary ot the birth of Abraham IJnooln. Dr. J. Percival Huget will deliver an ad- 1 dress on the theme. “Lincolu s dodica- j tion of the nation.” This address will i deal with the Gettysburg oration, and will contain Interesting information secured by Dr. Huget from Col. Clark i E. Cflrr, the only surviving member of the Gettysburg commission by J w hlch the dedication was arranged. | All soldiers and the public generally will be welcomed to the service. The Rev. F. P. Arthur, will speak ! on “William Cary, the pioneer mis sionary" in the Christian mission. No. 1884 Scotten-ave.. Sunday evening. ' A h.s* cauae for worriment.” will be the sermon theme of the Rev. Olin M. Thrasher In the Gratiot Baptist church. Sunday evening. The Farther Lights’ circle, recently organized in this church, held a successful and en-t thiifciastic meeting. Tuesday evening, j “Spiritual mathematics” is the sub ject to be taken up by the Rev. Maurice P. Fikes. Sunday morning, in the Woodward-ave. Baptist church. In the evening. Dr. Pikes will give the ( second in the series on "The blood. | A stereopticon lecture on Waldensian work” will he given in the church, Thursday evening, Feb. 15. by Dr. William Henry Oxtoby, of Philadel phia. j There will be a special mualcal ser vice, Sunday evening, In Immanuel Presbyterian church, and A T 'monette by the Rev. A. H. Cameron on “Heaven." The second talk on “The function of fiction as Interpreted by Charles Dickens." will be given Sunday morn ing, in Temple Beth El, by Rabbi Leo M. Franklin. Beginning Sunday morniti in the Church of Our Father, the Her. Lee; S. McCollester will give the first in a aener of sermons on “The new Unl versali6m in its relation to Christian ity. to eastern mysticism, to western civilization, mental forces, psychic phenomena.” The second of Dr. Mc- Collester’s Interesting talk* on Dick ens will be given Sunday evening, when he will take up “David Copper field; Its people and Its message.” illustrating hls talk with stereopticon views. There will be an interchange of pulpit*. Sunday, between the Rev. Jo seph A. Vance, of the First Presby ferian church, and the Rev. C. A Ltp pineott. of the First Presbyterian church, Flint. j The Rev. Wm. M. Young, pastor of | ! the Warren-uve Methodist church,! will preach tomorrow morning on “The freedmen's cause." dealing with the conditions of the Negroe* of the south. The collection will be given over to the movement. In the eve nlng. Mr. Mont Gomerie, editor of the Aineriran Boy, will speak on “Abra ham Lincoln." CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE TO HAVE CONVENTION | The annual convention of the i Christian and M»s»c«ary. „ alliance ; will be held Hi tbe-CheitMian and Mis- , sionary Alliance hail, Bagg and Brook- i lyn-sts.. Feb. 16. 17 and 18. On Friday ] and Saturday services begin at 2:30 p. m. and 7:30 p. m.; the Sunday ser-j vices at 0:30 and 10:80 a. m. and 2.30 and 7:30 p. m. On Friday and Satur- i day evenings, there will be addresses ] ct. Porto Rico. South America, and ( Thibet. Illustrated by stereoptlcor. j views. The missionary address and J offering will he Sunday afternoon. The speakers expected to take part j In these meetings are Rev. J. D. Wll- ( Hams, of Indianapolis. Ind., district i superintendent; Rev. F. H. Senft, of j Philadelphia. Pa . field superintendent; , Rev. Wm. Ruhl, returned missionary < from Thibet; Miss Gardner, re- j turned missionary from India, and i Miss Emma Barnes who labored In J Japan for nineteen years and expects , to return In a short time. WICKERSHAM WILL SWAT HORSESHOE TRUST Washington! Feb 10.— investiga- 1 tlon of the American Horseshoe Man ufacturers’ association by the depart ment of Justice was promised Rep. ltarnhurt fl)em - today bv At torney General Wlckersham. Barnhart had laid before the attor ney general a complaint forwarded , him by 1 C. D. Folsom & Company,, hor.M»shoe manufaotnrers of South Bend. Ind. alleging that the manufuc turers association Illegally fixed price to dealers. Wlckersham declared the depart ment would immediately begin an In vest i gat ion. y James Kennedy was sentenced to jail for one year In a New York court for stealing an umbrella on a rainy day- . J Piece of Feather Drawn Into v Milliner's Lungs Causes Her Death MARQTTKTTE. Mich., Feb. 10—-A piece of a feather drawn Into the lunaa or Mis* Core Hiult* while en» ployed aa milliner at a store In Be cauaha has caused her death at the acme of her mother at Huntington, Ind. Mtaa Stulls had charge of the millinery department at the store during the Tall and winter season. She became ill Upon going to her home her con tiitlon did not improve and aa operation wae performed. It waa discover ed that there wv a malignant growth .on the lungs. Death came a few hours after the operation. Tn the opinion of the surgeons, a particle of feather having been inhaled, ita continuous movement, in the tlaauea pro duced the fatal ulceration. r■ - t POLITICS William H. Lockerby, of Quincy, Mich., and a former state eeuafor is mentioned as a prospective candiaate tor delegate from hla district to the Republican national convention. • > • It is said that. O. B. Fuller will be a < andidate to follow himself as Mich igan s auditor and that Speaker Her bert Baker has stated emphatically that he will not seek that office. The speaker, ao it U reported, says he will be satisfied with a re-electlou to the house. • • • Milo Campbell pinna to he the next governor of Michigan, with the con sent of enough of the voters * In a recent- Interview, the Coldwaterite said he had received bushels ot let tors urging that he announce hls can didacy. Mr. Campbell said that he expected to make that announcement at the banquet in his home city on Feb. 16. He says be haw "no particu lar platform save that of the party and a teeling that what .Michigan moat needs now Is a plain, straight away, out-and-out houcst business ad ministration.” He also say*. "I don't believe in specialties." • • • T I.ieut -Gov. John Q. Ross, of Muske gon. has .made the definite announce ment that he will be a candidate for renommation as Ueuteuant-governor. • • • S. H. Wilson has been postmaster ror South Haven, succeeding George H. Myhsn. and the fact has precipi tated a political tight In that end of Congressman Hamilton a district. My han has announced himself a candi date for congress Caraftlr NnSrra from Severe laid. NEW VOUK, Feb. 10. —Andrew Car negi* was reported to br slightly lm pro%e<] today, though hls physicians hav»- ordered him to cancel all hls en rfa»renients for some t'me. CarneKle !s suffering from n severe cold, but hls illness is not serious. COM'R KGATIOXAL. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Cor. Woodward and Forest-aves. Rev. J. Percival Huget, D. D„ Minister. 10:30 a. m„ “The Great As surances.” . 7:30 p. m., “Lincoln’s Dedi cation of the Nation. Pnr.SH> TKHIA FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Woodward Ave. and Edmund Place. Pastor. REVTJOSEPH A. D. 10:30 a. m., “The Open Door,” by Rev. C. A. Lippm cott, of Flint, Mich. 7:30 p. m„ “The Religion Man Needs,” by Rev. C. A. Lippincott, of Flint, Mich. ri JEFFERSON-AVE. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner Jefferson -ave. and Rlvard-st. Bible Schrok 10 a. «n Young Mens Club. I<> a ,m.. subject The Power of the WIIL’ Morning wor ship. 11 a. m., sermon by the Tlov. J Frederick Fltachen. Jr. t esper service, 4 p m : special music; sub ject of address. “Training the I-.or to Hear ” Church of Tomorrow. 5 p. m : debat#. XIT are wwH-nmw lend thcac .meeting". Take JefTer eon or Trumbull car* PHKaWVrBHIAX. FORT STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Third and Fort-«ts. EDWARD H. PENCE, Pastor. Service” at 10:30 and 7:30. Morninpr topic. “The Bibli cal Symphony.” Evening topic: “When Sel fishness is a Virtue.” I)R. JOHN M. COULTER, Illustrated Organic Evolution Feb. 10-—IfKRKDITT Gensral Study nt Who)* Question. Feb 17—Plant breeding— General Study of ohl and new methods mid results. Feb ?4—Kvolutlon o»f the Plont Kingdom Habit*. Modifications. Hex. Complexity. Cllmata, Land. etc. t’nlverslty Extension Uttorw at the Church of our Father. Victor Be nll ain Fridays, S IS. Fab. IS—Tha National t’haractar in Musk: Why wp ara an unmusical nation How to become musical: The ran ul rattit'n t sos amateur, profea slonal, aril"*/ teschet and critic Fah .?♦—-Ideal Kx pon*-nt« of tha (Jr at Masters CHIME ANNOUNCEMENTS RECORDER ANTHONY, OF MASONS, IS DEAD - STI’RQIS. Mich.. Feb. 10 —Henry Anthony la dead here from In flammation of the lungs, at the age of 68. He took up Masonry In 1870 and held all offices In the Master Masons, Royal Arch chapter, council and romroandery of Kulghta Templar. He was grand commander In 1903- 04. For the past 16 years he waa grand recorder. Mr. Anthony was boru in Bedford, Mich. He was a lieutenant of the Seventh Michigan cavalry In the Civil war. After conducting a drug business here for 20 years he en tered the banking business as cashier which position he held for ten years before his death. t>. 1. H. Multa Uu Drew The argument on the mandamus proceeding* started by the city against the D U. It., to compel the latter to extend the sonc for rtve-o#nt tickets to* the city limits on Grand Hlvsr an t Jefferson-ayes., and to Issue transfers from the three-cent to ths flve-cent llpea In exchange for a three-cent ticket, which was scheduled to take place in (he circuit court Saturday. whs postponed to give the uttorneys time to decide upon sn Issue of fact. Mas Mnhhrd la Hal, his. Robert Martin rooming at Vo 2* West Jefferson-ave,. and giving ftoston, as bis home address, was stabbed In the nook In Sam lllttle s saloon. No, If* Wondward-ave., lute night, and declares that Jack Kerwtn. a police character. Inflicted the wound without provocation. Martin says ho was hav ing an argument with a man tn the saloon, when Kerwln stepped up and |,|u rged the knife into his neck. Police Surgeon Griffith Thoms tewed up a cut. two and one-half inches long, and sent Martin to ?t. Mary's hospital. Ask Your Doctor 3 lgredients of Ayer** hair Vigor: wSSTrStSS Anything Injurious hsrsf Ask your doctor. Anything of msrit hsrs? Ask your doc tor. Will It Slop folllns hair? A*k your doctor. Will It destroy dandruffr Ask your doctor. Will U su;tt«« halrf Ask your doctor. J. C. A TIB OOOT4>T. Lewsll. Mae.. CENTRAL METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH (Organised 1110) Woodward, Cor. Adams — Grand Circus Park. REY.F. D. LEETE, D. D., Pastor. The Sunday services will be as usual, 10:30 and 7:30. • The evening topic will be: “The Ark of Safety/’ - - North Woodward Methodist- Episcopal Church. Cor Woodward and Melbourna-avea Rev. Eugene M. Antrim. Ph. P. pastor. 19:8ft a m.. "The Agency of t lie Holy Spirit In Con version.” 7SO p. m., "A Cardinal DoJtrino of Chris tianity." Seats free, All welcome. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, 'l SCIENTIST. Alexaadrlne-ave. want, near \Voo4- wnrd-ave. , Hours of aervlce: Sunday, 10:80 a. m, 7:10 p. m. Wadnasday evemt g. 7:46. Free Reading Room at 31.0 Palme* building, 70 Waahlngton blvd.; open 10 a. m. to • p. m. apd to 9 p. m. dally, except Wednesdays. CHRISTIAN ( SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, . SCIENTIST. Hold service at East Grand Boulo vard, naar Jefferson-Ave, every Sunday morning, 10:30 and every Wednesday ovonlng, 7:45 o’clock. Fraa reading room at 310 Palmer bldg,. 70 Washlngton-blvd., open 10 ». m. to 4 p. m„ and 7 to tt p. ' ni.. dally, except Wednesday. new Tumour alliance. ALLIANCE HALL, 318 WOODWARD-A VK. Sundav at 11 a. m.—Rev. Marlon King, assisted by Pr. J. H. Olarler. Evening at 7:4s—Ph. N. K. Stan dard "The oasphlo Bible.” Wednesday. s p. m —Kav. Marlon K.ng. U« aver It'an sai.v athjn army. American Salvation Army 119 (IRATIOT. —RT'in—riMi' "nawy trmi —Pabbnth school. 3 p. in.—Christian PrulAe Meeting. 8 P m—Salvation Meeting. Under tne direction of Major nod Mrs. Leuwett. Rescue home, 970 Hudson-ava. Ruslaeaa-llke Prlattag. No fuss and no foathars. The plain, neat kind that look* right. Time* Print laa II John Tt «t Pn IHIMIMI or City SSSS. COMB CATCHES FIRE: GIRL DYING FROM BURKS Miss Hattie Ballien, of Merrill, . Qeta Too Cloaa To Htd**:;-. and Hair Burns Oft SAGINAW, Mich., Feb. 16—MiM Hattie Ballien, of Merrill, 16, lg dying from burnt received when her ctllu told comb caught Ufa while ahe waa attempting to get warm at a coal stove, last night. She got too cloae and the comb caught Are burning her hair off. There wag no one in the house to help her. LAKE SUPERIOR ICE FIELD BREAKS RECORDS EAGLE RIVER. Mich.. Feb. 10.—For the first time In yeart no clear water can be seen between Keweenaw point slid Isle Royale. It is regarded a* almost certain that the Ice field la l-ako Superior extends from the Amer ican to the Canadian abort. Un<Jer the proper atmospheric conditions it is possible to distinguish Isle Royals clearly from the shore at Eagle River and the conditions have been such that the shore line eould easily be de termined. although the Intervening space la about fort) miles. Appar ently the Ice field extends the entire distance. As the north shore Is much closer to Isle Royale It is presume ! that the same condition prevails on the other side of the island. It is reported that moose have been seen in Kewanee county during the last few days and if this is the case, they must have made their way acroes the wide expanse of l.*k# Su perior on the ice, as there have been no native moose on Keweenaw point for many years. I-ake Superior froie over once before, about twenty yea*s ago, and at least two persons made the trip to Isle Royale on the Ice. One was a doctor who went from Eagle River to care for a fisherman who wa* sick, and the other a man named Fre.i Ijirson. The latter froxe both feet and barely escaped death from exposure. nAPTIHT. WOODWARD AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH Cor. Winder. , . ♦ 10:30 a. m.—7:30 p. m. - MAURICE ) PENFIELD > PASTOR. FIKES, \ FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH, Woodward-ave. and Edmund-pl. Eugene Rodman Shippen, MINISTER. Service. 10:30 a. m.—R*v. Oeorge E Macllwaln. of Toledo, will preach; ”Tha Blessing* of Bondage.” Sun day School and Rev. I. T Sunder land's Bible Class for adults, 12 m. Visitors always welcome. IMVFHIAMIT. * CHURCH OF OUR FATHER GRAND CTRCFS PARK. LEE 8, McCOLLESTER. 1 y:3O, "The New Fnlversallsm De fined.” 12. H. 8. 7:30. Illustrated lecture. "David Copperrield: Its Peo pie and Its Messages.” Everybody Invited. , Y. M. C. A. LEPERS and LEPER LANDS Illustrated address by W. M. Dan ner. Cambridge. Mass., Secretary U. ■B7~A‘T“ITTI«Tbn Ifd t-epers In India and the East, Sunday, Feb. 11th. 8:10, ¥. M C. A. 9 A I.VATION ARMY. TNE IAIAATION ARMY i Citadel cor. Michigan and Hooond- i i avea, \ > Holiness meeting at 11:00 a. m. Hun- ( i day school at 1:30 p. m. Altar sar- ( 1 vice, conducted by Major Jessfe Me- 1 r Ewan, at 2 p. m. Y. P. F. at 6 p. m. ( Salvation meeting, conducted by ' Major Jessie M<K«Nn, at 8 p. m. , J Free dispensary between 12 and l ( p m ROOK 9.. Valentines jf "V* ’* 1 r—-r~ F ea the big display of all kinds of ' Valentinsa at MACAULEY’S I BOOK STORE 7« MHR4IIV AVF,., KINO RI.DG. BOOKS FOR VALENTINES. See otir special display of Books appropriate to the season.' , FICTION SAL€ Rig special lot at 2Ae. MACAULEY BROS.. 78 LIBRARY AVK Job Print |nb Ootse Rtgbt. 'limes Prlatlag U, U John R -at.